WRDC announces 2 new hotels for Al Gharbia
Abu Dhabi, August 31, 2008
Western Region Development Council (WRDC), the central coordinating body for promoting development in Al Gharbia, Abu Dhabi, is launching two new hotel projects in Madinat Zayed, Al Gharbia.
The first hotel, being developed by a local investor, will have 84 double rooms within 6 wings spread across 50,000 sq m and will be situated in Madinat Zayed.
The second hotel will be situated in the south of Madinat Zayed and will be owned by Al Dhafra Co-op Society, which was formed to serve the local communities in Al Gharbia. Both the hotels will be managed by a specialised operator.
“We are glad to announce these new hotels planned for Al Gharbia, as they are significant steps towards the development of our region. It is WRDC’s responsibility to promote and facilitate development in the region,' said Mohamed Hamad Bin Azzan Al Mazrouei, director general of WRDC.
'These new hotels will trigger and support the economic boom by creating job opportunities and providing investors and tourists with a place to stay whilst they are visiting Al Gharbia.”
They will promote sustainability, provide entertainment and employment opportunities for residents, provide an ideal place to host and sponsor various social events, cater to the demand for hotel rooms in Madinat Zayed and will open up opportunities for small and medium projects.
WRDC acts as a partner and guide to developers, businesses and investors interested in developing and investing in the future of Al Gharbia.
Al Gharbia, the Western Region of Abu Dhabi comprises seven cities and Madinat Zayed is the administrative capital of the region and is well known for its history, culture and heritage.-TradeArabia News Service