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Armani Hotel to open next week

April 16- Armani Hotel, Dubai, the world’s first hotel developed by Armani Hotels & Resorts, will open in Burj Khalifa on April 21, making it the first hotel to be launched under the collaboration between Emaar Properties PJSC and Giorgio Armani. The hotel has been designed by the acclaimed fashion designer Armani.


“My ambition for Armani Hotel Dubai – the first of a collection of Armani hotels, resorts and residences that will soon circle the world – is to celebrate comfort and style by providing the highest standards of design, hospitality and service,” said the designer.


The hotel will have eight restaurants, Armani/Privé, an upscale lounge, and the world’s first in-hotel Armani/Spa, houses on 12,000 square feet, where guests can enjoy treatment rooms, thermal suites, a fitness centre and an outdoor swimming pool. 

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