Barcelo Group takes over operations at Marjan, Ras Al Khaimah

Barcelo Hotel Group signed an agreement for the all-inclusive five star property at the Al Marjan Island in Ras Al Khaimah.

Raúl Gonzáles (left) and Abdullah Al Abdooli signing the agreement
Raúl Gonzáles (left) and Abdullah Al Abdooli signing the agreement

Spanish hospitality company Barcelo Hotel Group has agreed a deal with Marjan to operate the first all-inclusive five star property in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.

Set to open in Q3 in 2021, the 500 key property will be located on Al Marjan Island and will form the brand’s seventh venture in the UAE.

The range of amenities at the resort include a beach front space, a selection of F&B outlets, including a themed restaurant and lobby lounge, meeting rooms, a pre-function space, swimming pools and spas.

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Barcelo Hotel Group’s CEO, Raul Gonzalez, said Al Marjan Island was a perfect addition to its existing hotel portfolio in the region.

“Al Marjan Island is a special destination that is continuing to grow in popularity within the leisure market luxury, five-star space,” said Gonzalez.

Barceló Hotel Group currently operates 251 hotels, comprising over 54,000 rooms in 22 countries worldwide.

Marjan’s CEO, Abdullah Al Abdooli, said the signing of the hotel is yet another landmark in the evolution of Al Marjan Island.

“Barceló Hotel Group is renowned for its superior quality of product and customer service and we are certain this latest addition will only serve to further enhance our existing offering to those seeking a luxury escape to Al Marjan Island whether it be for business or leisure.”

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