Hospitality group Accor has collaborated with Twenty 14 Holding, an Abu Dhabi based hospitality company, to launch a new Pullman hotel in Dubai.

The Pullman Downtown Dubai is located in Business Bay, which is interlinked with Downtown Dubai and is close to Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), reported Trade News Arabia.

The new hotel offers views of the Dubai Canal, the Dubai Skyline and the Burj Khalifa, which is the tallest building in the world.

Featuring 353-rooms with standard rooms, suites, the Pullman hotel has begun welcoming guests.

The new hotel comprises a meeting space floor with a ballroom, two meeting rooms, a private boardroom, a club lounge and a spa with four treatment rooms.

It also includes fitness facilities with sauna and steam rooms, a lap pool, a children’s pool, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and a squash court.

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Twenty 14 Holding managing director Adeeb Ahamed was quoted by Trade News Arabia as saying: “We are pleased to partner with the Accor Group and be part of their strong footprint and network in the region.

“Pullman is aligned with our expectations and vision as an asset owning company, and with Accor’s loyalty program and management expertise, we are confident that guests at our property will get to experience the best of global hospitality.”

Additionally, the two companies are working together for the development of the dining offerings at the new hotel to provide six “in-trend” dining experiences for guests.

In November last year, Accor had announced plans to open 112 properties in the next two years in the Middle-East and Africa (MEA) region, including India and Turkey.