JA Resorts & Hotels to open another Dubai property in 2020

The Manor by JA will be a four-star hotel

The property has 247-keys
The property has 247-keys

JA Resorts & Hotels will be launching a 247-key, four-star property — The Manor by JA — in Al Furjan, Dubai.

Each bedroom of the hotel is equipped with a workstation, queen-size bed, seating area, futuristic coffee station and a sleek industrial bathroom.

Room categories include 28 square metre layouts and are called — Simplicity, Clarity and Priority. The property also comprises a 180 square metre suite on the first floor, an equipped gym and a rooftop pool.

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Officials haven’t announced the F&B outlets yet.

Commenting on the management agreement, Anthony Ross, CEO said: ‘There are many advantages to working with a smaller hospitality company, including the unique set of values and structure we present to owners. One of the major advantages is the speed at which smaller operators can make decisions, react and get things done. While the big players are hindered by complex hierarchies, prolonged processes and lack of direct contact with owners, JA Resorts & Hotels is the opposite; agile and responsive, and thoroughly connected to owners.”

The owner of the property, Dr. Hanif Hassan Al Qassim said: “JA Resorts & Hotels are the right fit to manage this property. A home-grown brand with a 40-year heritage in the UAE, they have the proven management knowledge and experience, particularly in Dubai South. I am excited to see this project come to fruition and work with the JA team.”

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