TIME Hotels to launch five properties across Dubai, Sharjah and Saudi Arabia

TIME Hotels will be opening five new hotels across the Middle East as it targets 35 properties by 2025

Time Express Hotel Al-Khan
Time Express Hotel Al-Khan

UAE’s TIME hotels has revealed that it will be opening five new hotels across Dubai, Sharjah and Saudi Arabia. Details about the projects will be revealed at the Arabian Travel Market 2019.

Talking about the upcoming properties, Mohamed Awadalla, CEO TIME Hotels, said: “We currently have 15 properties in operation across the UAE and wider GCC with new additions in Dubai, Sharjah and Saudi Arabia scheduled for this year as well as extending our presence to Egypt - further supporting our strategic business plan to increase our total portfolio to 35 properties across the Middle East by the end of 2025.”

The hotel group will launch its TIME Express Hotels brand with the opening of a property in Sharjah, during the third quarter of 2019. The three-star property has 55 keys. In Dubai, TIME Asma Hotel is scheduled to open during the second quarter of 2019. The four-star property, will feature 232 rooms including 12 suites.

The upcoming property in Dubai also has exclusive features for female travellers. Talking about this, Awadalla said, "Plans are in place for two floors of the hotel to be reserved exclusively for female travellers, with dedicated services, including: personalised room service, a female-only check-in counter, dedicated ladies-only guest relations, in-house baby-sitting services, and in-room tablets highlighting all of the services offered for women as well as enhanced bathroom amenities in each room."

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