Thailand-based Minor Hotel Group (MHG) has collaborated with Dubai Properties Group (DP) to construct a new Anantara hotel in Dubai.
The new 290-room property is expected to be opened in early 2018.
Minor Hotel Group CEO Dillip Rajakarier said: "With a well-established and well-known portfolio of hotels and resorts in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, further growing our footprint in the UAE is of key strategic importance to Minor Hotel Group.
"We are therefore very pleased to partner with Dubai Properties, such influential and highly respected partners in the region, to develop an Anantara hotel in the impressive new Culture Village destination, and we look forward to a strong alliance going forward."
Situated on the waterfront, the new property will feature a rooftop pool and spa, restaurants, bars and retail outlets.
Claimed to one of the first luxury hotels in Culture Village, the Anantara hotel will offer waterfront views from its ballroom and conference facilities.
Dubai Properties Group urban planning and infrastructure chief officer Mohammed Al Habbai said: "This is part of a growing portfolio of hotels for DP, which we will develop in key areas of Dubai, and we are proud to be partnering with Minor Hotel Group to bring the iconic Anantara brand to Culture Village."
MHG currently has a portfolio of about 120 hotels and resorts in 22 countries across Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Europe, South America, Africa and the Indian Ocean.