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Rotana to open beach property in Dubai

March 15- Rotana, hotel management company in the Middle East and North Africa, is set to open the Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai, on May 15 this year. Omer Z. Kaddouri, Senior Vice President UAE, Rotana, while talking about the launch, said: "The essence of Rotana is the diversity in its products and for us to be managing this newest property, which is the company’s first property with beach access in Dubai, makes this statement stronger. Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach Hotel’s team, headed by the General Manager Timur Ilgaz, has been working hand in hand with our corporate office to ensure all areas of the opening are perfected for the operation of this attractive property".


The Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach lies delicately in the pristine beauty of New Dubai and is just a few minutes away from the Jebel Ali Free Zone. It is 5km away from the Internet and Media City’s, 20km from Dubai World Trade Centre and Exhibition Halls and 30km from the Dubai International Airport.


The hotel has 301 rooms, suites and one presidential suite and each room overlooks the Arabian Gulf Sea. All rooms are equipped with an internet connection and various other facilities. Restaurants include Rosso - Bar, Enoteca and Ristorante, Benihana an American Japanese restaurant and sushi bar, Horizon for all-day dining, Sun Deck, the pool bar and terrace, and Atrium, the lobby lounge Café.

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