Five Emaar hotel properties to open in Dubai this year

Hospitality group Emaar will be launching five new properties in Dubai, under its luxury brands Address Hotels and resorts and Vida Hotels and Resorts this year.

Address Fountain Views
Address Fountain Views
Vida the Hills
Vida the Hills
Address Sky View
Address Sky View

Hospitality group Emaar will be launching five new properties in Dubai, under its luxury brands Address Hotels and resorts and Vida Hotels and Resorts this year.

Two of the address hotels — Address Fountain Views and Address Sky View — will open in Downtown Dubai. The three other hotels to open in Dubai are Vida the Hills, Vida Harbour Point and Rove at the Park.

Talking about the hotels, Chris Newman, Chief Operating Officer of Emaar Hospitality Group, said, “The new hotels strengthen our role as the Official Hospitality & Hotel Partner of Expo 2020 Dubai, with the city gearing up to welcome over 25 million visits during the six-month period of the much-anticipated event. We are committed to supporting the Dubai Tourism Strategy to welcome 25 million annual visitors by 2025 through our portfolio of upcoming hotel projects.”

In an interview with Hotelier Middle East, Emaar hospitality's CEO Olivier Harnisch spoke about how the group is slowing down on expansion plans. 

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