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Dubai Inn Rolls Out First Phase Of Hotels

Dubai Inn Rolls Out First Phase Of Hotels

The value hotel brand plans to supply over 1,750 new hotel rooms and serviced residences.

Emaar Properties and Meraas Holding joint venture Dubai Inn, is set to begin work on its first value hotel in the emirate, planned for 2015.

Work on the first property will begin in the Zabeel area and an additional four properties will be added to the portfolio to supply a total of over 1,750 new hotel rooms and serviced residences.

“With more than 66.4 million passengers passing through the Dubai International Airports in 2013 and the number expected to cross over 100 million by 2020, Dubai must more than double its current hotel room capacity to meet the growing demand from business and leisure travellers,” said Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar Properties.

“The new generation of travelers demand smart lifestyle choices that also offer all the functionalities they expect. Designed to meet their aspirations and needs, Dubai Inn will be a game changer for the hospitality, aviation and tourism industry of Dubai by offering unmatched value for the guests,” he added.

Dubai Inn will feature the largest rooms in its category, at over 26 square metres, with free WiFi connectivity and 42 inch televisions. The hotels will also have a 24-hour store that stocks everyday essentials.

Several self-service facilities are offered including self check-in, gym and mini-cars or electric cars will be provided to guests through an external agency.


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