Travel, Tourism & Hospitality
Radisson's 389-key Palm Jumeirah resort set for Q3 launch
Leading hospitality group Radisson, which continues to strengthen its footprint in the region with significant signings and key developments, is set to open its new property, the 389-key Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah, during the third quarter.
Leading hospitality group Radisson Hotels, which continues to strengthen its footprint in Middle East and Africa region with significant signings and key developments, plans to open its new property, the 389-key Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah, during the third quarter of 2022.
Following the opening of Radisson Resort Ras Al Khaimah last year, the opening of the Palm Jumeirah property re-affirms the group‘s continuous expansion of its resort portfolio in some of the most in-demand destinations in the Middle East.
Announcing the launch, the top hospitality group said the four-star beach resort will open its doors in the most prominent hotspot of the Palm Jumeirah, West Beach.
A popular destination for residents and tourists, West Beach is buzzing with the trendiest restaurants and bars along its shores, making it a natural choice for the hotel group to open its first beach resort in the metropolitan city.
Situated along the contemporary beachfront promenade of the Palm Jumeirah, the resort will boast a total of 315 king and 74 twin rooms, all designed with floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies, granting guests magnificent ocean views over the Arabian Gulf, the spectacular Dubai Marina skyline and harbour, as well as the iconic Ain Dubai.
Radisson Hotel Group Area Senior Vice President (MEA) Tim Cordon said: "The UAE remains a key market for us at Radisson Hotel Group and the addition of the upcoming Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah is a testimony of our dedication to cater to all market segments."
"We believe our tenacious resort expansion plans are perfectly tailored to accommodate the growing demand for staycations and local holidays among residents, as well as the increasing leisure demand from international travellers," he added.-TradeArabia News Service