Emaar Hospitality opens Dubai hotel, Vida Emirates Hills

The upscale lifestyle hotel has 160 rooms

Vida Emirates Hills
Nicolas Dumont
Vida Emirates Hills

Hospitality giant Emaar has launched its latest upscale lifestyle hotel — Vida Emirates Hills.

The 160-room property is located close to two golf courses, Golf Club and Address Montgomeri.  The Vida Emirates Hills is the third property to open under the Vida Hotels and Resorts brand and the 16th hotel in Emaar’s portfolio.

Speaking about the new property, Chris Newman, COO of Emaar Hospitality Group, said: “Vida Emirates Hills upholds the fundamental brand characteristics of Vida. It will appeal as much to golfing enthusiasts as to business and leisure guests seeking a getaway in the heart of the city.”

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Each room on the property comes with an interactive TV system, complimentary WiFi and 24-hour room services. Guests can also “pair their mobile devices to the in-room system and use the co-working space at its meeting rooms free of charge”.

The property has several F&B options, in addition to a fitness centre.

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