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July 6, 2009

Al Ain goes upmarket

Scheduled to open in 2011, Jumeirah Al Ain will be part of the Al Ain Mall, which is currently being re-developed. The Jumeirah Al Ain, comprising of 220 guestrooms and suites as well as luxury chalets and lofts, will adjoin the Al Ain Mall. The hotel will feature four dining and entertainment venues, and a spa.


The hotel will also be fully geared up to the meetings and events sector with what will be Al Ain’s largest fully-serviced banqueting hall, capable of accommodating over 1,400 guests and delegates at one time, and a state-of-the-art conference centre. 


Architect firm, Creative International, will design the hotel, while interior design will be provided by KCA International.


“We are proud to be working with Al Farida Investment Company on the ground-breaking redevelopment of Al Ain Mall, which will help to put Al Ain on the world map,” said Gerald Lawless, executive chairman, Jumeirah Group. “Traditionally, Al Ain has always been a lush desert oasis, and we are hoping that this development will also serve as an oasis of luxury hospitality for the surrounding area, completing the golden triangle of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.”

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