Located at the heart of the Al Marjan Island, this will be Millennium Hotels & Resorts group’s latest flagship freehold project in the country.
Positioned as an upscale resort, the property will feature 300 rooms and offer specialty dining options and a variety of beach recreational activities.
The property will be run under the Grand Millennium brand and is aiming to provide guests with an enriching resort-style experience in Ras Al Khaimah.
Dubai Investments CEO and vice chairman Khalid Bin Kalban said: “The tourism sector in Ras Al Khaimah has been enjoying a period of growth and profitability and has chalked out several ambitious plans to continue the growth of this sector. Over the years, Dubai Investments has maintained a healthy portfolio of hotel projects through its mixed-use developments and the inclusion of Grand Millennium Resort – Danah Bay is another perfect addition.
“Positioned among the list of promising hotel projects that will benefit from the mixed-use development features and the ideal location of the project, the upcoming hotel will optimally leverage the growth phase of Ras Al Khaimah especially in meeting accommodation needs, with a particular focus on the luxury travel and the MICE segments.”
Situated within Danah Bay, a prime beach community, the property is designed to provide guests with a recreational experience and exclusive beach access.
The hotel is expected to be completed by Q4 2025.
Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East & Africa CEO Fahad Abdulrahim Kazim said: “We are delighted to extend our relationship with our esteemed partners Dubai Investments. This signing comes as part of our ambitious development plans in the region, with a focus on expanding in key locations and growing our resort portfolio.
“We are also thrilled to bring our upper upscale Grand Millennium brand to this prestigious location in Al Marjan Island and make a positive contribution to this flourishing destination in Ras Al Khaimah. Danah Bay provides the perfect platform to deliver an exciting lifestyle resort experience to both regional and international guests.”