Dubai-based hotel organisation Jumeirah suggested during a annual Middle East Roadshow in Dubai that it intends to open during slightest 5 new oppulance hotels in 2018, including:
- Jumeirah Royal Saray, Bahrain
- Jumeirah Sa’adiyat Island, Abu Dhabi
- Jumeirah Bali, Indonesia
- Jumeirah Nanjing, China
- Jumeirah Muscat Bay, Oman
The openings will see Jumeirah operating for a initial time in Bahrain, Bali and Oman.
Also partial of Jumeirah’s skeleton is a refurbishment and reopening of Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai. The hotel is approaching to tighten from May to Oct subsequent year, and should be entirely open in time to applaud a 21st anniversary in December.
The news follows a clever opening for Jumeirah in 2017. It announced a 5 per cent boost in a series of room nights and a 6 per cent boost in room revenues on a same duration final year.
Linda Lewis, vice-president of tellurian sales for Middle East, Africa and South Asia and Asia Pacific for Jumeirah Group said:
“Jumeirah continues to strengthen a position as one of a many successful, UAE home-grown brands on a tellurian scale. Our clever opening in 2017 is justification of a strong and forward-looking business plan and we are assured of stability a success story in new markets in 2018.
“We trust that a strength lies in a ability to know a needs of a guest and in formulating bespoke oppulance desirous by Arabic liberality and charm. This feat comes with a support and prophesy of a UAE’s care whose continued concentration on building a tourism and liberality zone has helped us to broach business success.”