InterContinental Residence Suites completes multi-million dollar refurbishment

The complex in Dubai’s Festival City will have 52 additional suites

The company has added 52 additional rooms to its complex
The company has added 52 additional rooms to its complex

InterContinental Residence Suites has undergone a major refurbishment of its complex by adding 52 rooms at its Marza Plaza property.

The refurbishment is part of the firm’s strategy to capitalise on the ‘extended stay market’ and is aimed at business travellers.

The new suites were designed by award winning interior design company MAZARAKI – FBK and have been under construction since last year.

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InterContinental Residence Suites area general manager Mathieu van Alphen, who was recently appointed at the company, said the rooms are designed to fit “the sophisticated needs” of the modern day traveller.

“The extended stay market is growing year on year and we have now a unique opportunity to capitalize on this with 52 additional units,” said van Alphen.

The residential company added that the move also taps demand from the Saudi Arabian and the UAE markets for serviced apartment units.

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