TIME hotels to operate two additional properties in UAE

One property is located in Dubai, while the other one is located in Fujairah

TIME Onyx Hotel Apartments, Al Qusais
TIME Onyx Hotel Apartments, Al Qusais

Hospitality group TIME Hotels will be operating two more properties in the UAE.

The group took over the day-to-day operations of the TIME Onyx Hotel Apartments Al Qusais and TIME Moonstone Hotel Apartments in Fujairah following the signing of a management agreement.

TIME Onyx Hotel Apartments, Al Qusais, comprises 176 rooms including 42 studios, 99 one-bedroom apartments and 35 two-bedroom apartments.

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The property features an all-day dining restaurant, coffee shop, a business centre, prayer room and a gift shop.

Guests also have access to a roof-top swimming pool, kids’ pool, jacuzzi, fully equipped gym and separate male and female saunas and steam rooms.

The TIME Moonstone Hotel Apartments feature 89 keys including 13 one-bedroom apartments and 76 two-bedroom apartments, an all-day dining restaurant, fully equipped gym and sauna and steam rooms.

TIME Moonstone Hotel Apartments

Commenting on the management agreement, TIME Hotels CEO, Mohamed Awadalla, said: “This partnership further reinforces our steady and focused growth strategy to expand our footprint in the UAE with further openings in Dubai, and Sharjah, as well as other properties across the region in Saudi Arabia and Egypt.”

Ali Mohammed Obaid Al Qutami, Managing Director, Jams HR Solutions, said: “TIME Hotels was appointed to manage both properties because it is renowned for consistently delivering a value-driven hospitality experience. Not only do TIME Hotels have a wealth of experience successfully running midscale properties in the UAE, GCC and wider MENA region but they are excellent at cross-selling their properties and have exceptional relationships with both GCC travel agents, as well as international tour operators.”

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