Hampton by Hilton and Conrad Resort head to Ras Al Khaimah

The Conrad Marjan Island Resort will feature 120 rooms, including beach villas and water villas, fitness centre, salon, spa, an outdoor pool and a kids’ club.

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MR Properties has launched Hampton by Hilton and 120-room Conrad Marjan Island Resort, on Al Marjan Island, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.

A statement revealed that the Hampton by Hilton resort is the “first and biggest in the world to offer an all-inclusive concept.” The four-star Hampton by Hilton resort will feature a 450-metre long beach, 505 interconnecting rooms and five food and beverage (F&B) outlets, including an all-dining restaurant, two a la carte restaurants and a beach bar. There is also a fitness centre and indoor and outdoor play areas for children.

The Conrad Marjan Island Resort will feature 120 rooms, including beach villas and water villas, fitness centre, salon, spa, an outdoor pool and a kids’ club. The property will also feature a range of dining options, including two signature restaurants, a pool bar and beach bar.

MR Properties, which also launched of Double Tree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island in 2014, said that all three properties will add 1,350 luxury rooms and suites on the island.

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