Dubai’s Sunset Hospitality Group to expand to 14 countries in 2022
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Dubai’s Sunset Hospitality Group to expand to 14 countries in 2022

Dubai’s Sunset Hospitality Group to expand to 14 countries in 2022

It has announced plans to increase its portfolio to 50 operating venues globally by the end of this year

Antonio Gonzalez, CEO, Sunset Hospitality Group.

Dubai-based Sunset Hospitality Group (SGH) has revealed plans to expand into markets including Spain and Greece in 2022.

SHG which was established in 2011 is currently present in 10 countries across 26 brands and has now announced plans to increase its portfolio to over 50 operating venues across 14 countries by the end of the year.

Its expansion plans for this year begin with the opening of DREAM and Garden of Dreams, at the Address Resort Hotel JBR. The dining and entertainment concept, DREAM, blends live musical acts and performances with a Mediterranean menu. Dream will offer a ‘dinner and a show’ concept which combines the very best of culinary art with an eclectic mix of avant-garde theatrical and artistic performances. The shows orchestrated by choreographer Pierre Khadra who has worked with international and regional celebrities from the likes of Ricky Martin and Andrea Bocelli to Myriam Fares and Wael Kfoury.

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Another high-profile opening is Sunset’s upcoming venue in Dubai called L’Amo Bistro del Mare. The upscale Italian seafood restaurant in Dubai Harbour scheduled for a Q1 opening.

Later this year, Sunset is bringing the award-winning Chinese restaurant Mott 32 to Dubai. With a menu consisting of recipes passed down from generation to generation, this restaurant will sit on the 73rd floor of a yet undisclosed hotel.

Internationally, Sunset Hospitality’s METT Hotels & Resorts will expand with a Summer 2022 opening on shores of the Costa Del Sol in Spain. METT Hotel & Beach Resort Marbella – Estepona will house 253 guest rooms, multiple dining experiences, a swimming pool, expansive beach, and spa.

“This year marks our first 10 years. It has been a challenging but successful journey so far. But this is just the beginning, we aim to grow our portfolio further, extend our footprints to key cities across the globe, and double the size of our business within the next two years,” says Antonio Gonzalez, CEO, Sunset Hospitality Group.

“The year 2021 saw the launch of some of our key hospitality projects plus our venture into the hotel business, it was a very successful year despite the challenges brought by the ongoing pandemic.”

Some of the group’s highlights from 2021 included with two openings of AURA Skypool & Lounge and SUSHISAMBA, located at The Palm Tower. Last year, it also announced the expansion of METT Hotels & Resorts to Marbella after a very successful debut in Bodrum.

“We are looking at 2022 with much optimism as we endeavor to bring our pipeline of projects into reality and continue creating experiences that bring people together to celebrate life, through hotels and resorts to beach clubs, restaurants, and entertainment concepts,” said Gonzalez.

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