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Rotana Hotel Opens Hala Arjaan In Abu Dhabi

Rotana Hotels opened the Hala Arjaan in Abu Dhabi yesterday, its seventh hotel in the capital.  Rotana Hotels’ Vice-President for Operations, Omar Kaddouri, said “The new hotel is the group’s seventh in Abu Dhabi.  In addition, it is the fifth hotel the group has opened in Abu Dhabi in the current year and its 22cnd hotel in the UAE.” 

Kaddouri said Rotana Hotel's current share in Abu Dhabi’s hotel sector is almost 40 percent, and the group will open one of its biggest hotels in the Al Khaldiya area in April.  He said the five hotels Rotana opened in Abu Dhabi added 1,222 new hotel rooms to the capital, and this number will go up to 1,600 when the Rotana Al Khalidya opens.
 

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