The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) has revealed four new luxury hospitality projects that are being developed in Sharjah, UAE.
Located in the emirate’s Central and Eastern regions, the four projects are Al Jabal Resort in Khorfakkan, a luxurious hotel in the city of Kalba, a hotel in the city of Khorfakkan and Al Bridi Resort in the city of Al Dhaid.
The projects are part of Shurooq’s plan to develop the tourism and hospitality sectors in various regions of Sharjah.
Located between Khorfakkan Beach and Luluya Beach, Al Jabal Resort will have 45 eco-friendly units featuring one, two and three bedrooms, as well as a private royal suite with swimming pool.
Other guest amenities at the 187,000m2 resort include restaurant, gym, kids play zone, reception, and lobby. It is slated to open in March 2022.
The 28,000m2 five-star luxury hotel in Khorfakkan will feature 75 luxurious units, shopping complex, restaurant, gym, spa, marina, and residential units.
The property will also feature the UAE’s first waterpark in the east coast.
Additionally, Shurooq will unveil a five-star hotel in the City of Kalba on Sharjah’s eastern coast.
The 12,500m2 will feature 80 units, two restaurants including a café in the lobby, a gym, spa, swimming pool and meeting halls.
Furthermore, the company has also partnered with Environment and Protected Areas Authority to develop Al Bridi Resort as part of the “Sharjah Safari” project.
Shurooq also announced the opening of Mysk Moon Retreat for guests.
The luxury destination features ten single-bed domes with private pools, four family tents with private pools, and two single-bed tents.
Shurooq executive chairman Marwan bin Jassim Al Sarkal said: “With Mysk Moon Retreat now welcoming guests and bookings, this marks an exciting expansion of Shurooq’s portfolio of boutique hospitality offerings in the central region of Sharjah. It is the latest destination in a series of projects developed here, namely, the Mysk Al Faya Retreat, Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-tourism, and the Mleiha Archaeological Centre.”
The independent government entity also revealed the expansion of “Mysk Kingfisher Retreat” and “Mysk Al Badayer Retreat”.