Hampton by Hilton Dubai Al Barsha opens

This is the second hotel in Dubai under the Hampton by Hilton brand

Hampton by Hilton Dubai Al Barsha
Hampton by Hilton Dubai Al Barsha

The second Hampton by Hilton Dubai property — Hampton by Hilton Dubai Al Barsha — has opened in the emirate. The property was launched following a management agreement with His Excellency Abdullah Al Neyadi and Hilton.

Featuring 153-rooms, the property also offers multiple F&B options, in addition to a rooftop pool.

The property has also created an elevator that helps people of determination access the pool without any difficulty.

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Commenting on the hotel, His Excellency Abdullah Al Neyadi said: "We are pleased to announce the opening of our second Hampton by Hilton Hotel, a testament of our commitment to bringing diverse offerings to the region and the UAE. The additional development will further diversify Dubai’s hospitality landscape in line with the Government of Dubai's vision of increasing the number of affordable offerings for guests visiting the UAE closer to expo 2020.

While Rudi Jagersbacher, area president, Middle East, Africa, and Turkey added: “In line with Dubai's vision of attracting 20 million tourists by 2020, we expect an increase in affluent middle-class tourists that look for true value in their hotel experiences without compromising on quality. This is what the Hampton by Hilton brand offers. We look forward to delighting guests with our signature experience."

The first Hampton by Hilton brand in the emirate — Hampton by Hilton located in Al Qusais, near Dubai International Airport  opened in 2018. 

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