Emaar Hospitality to open Address Hotels + Resorts in Dubai next month

25th November 2020 (Last Updated November 25th, 2020 17:08)

Emaar Hospitality Group is set to open Address Hotels + Resorts, the company’s premium beachfront property at Dubai, next month.

Emaar Hospitality to open Address Hotels + Resorts in Dubai next month
Address Hotels + Resorts features two 77-floor twin towers. Credit: Marten Bjork on Unsplash.

Emaar Hospitality Group is set to open Address Hotels + Resorts, the company’s premium beachfront property at Dubai, next month.

The property, located within the Jumeirah Beach Residence neighbourhood, features two 77-floor twin towers, connected with an inhabited skybridge.

Developed by Al Ain Holding, the project is also Emaar Hospitality’s first Address beachfront property.

Address Hotels + Resorts features Address Beach Resort and Address Beach Residences. The hotel has 217 guest rooms and suites including deluxe rooms, one and two-bedroom suites and a three-bedroom Presidential Suite.

The Residences include 443 fully furnished and serviced apartments and 478 unfurnished apartments.

Al Ain Holding Group CEO Rabih Karam said: “The opening of Address Beach Resort and Address Beach Residences is testament to our undoubted commitment to develop landmark projects with best-in-class partners adding new dimension to the luxury offering of Dubai.

“Impeccably designed and innovatively put together, the stylish Address properties are setting new global benchmarks offering spectacular service and hospitality across all its properties.

“Address Beach Resort is no exception and is set to be the perfect escape for families and solo travellers from near and far.”

The company has opened hotel bookings for reservations in December.

Emaar Hospitality Group spokesperson Chris Newman, said: “From a number of food and beverage outlets and a luxury award-winning spa, to an array of luxury room offerings and spectacular beachfront views, Address Beach Resort is set to leave guests with unforgettable experiences.”