Rotana opens new 5-star hotel in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, December 10, 2009
Rotana, a leading hotel management company in Mena, has opened a new five-star hotel in Abu Dhabi – Park Rotana Abu Dhabi.
Park Rotana Abu Dhabi is one of key elements of Park Rotana Complex – a multi-use business and residential development being a joint venture between Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC), a master developer of major tourism destinations in Abu Dhabi, and Al Mada Tourism Investment Company.
“We are very proud to be managing this superb complex, which will be a true landmark in the area and a key component in the exciting development plan that the Government of Abu Dhabi has for this new neighbourhood,” said Omer Z Kaddouri, senior vice president –operations UAE of Rotana.
“The future expansion of Abu Dhabi is simply stunning and Rotana’s plan is to be a key player in supporting the Government’s drive,” he added.
Adjacent to the hotel is Park Arjaan by Rotana representing fully serviced hotel apartments due to open by the end of 2009. It is the first project for Rotana in Abu Dhabi where the group’s two brands are joined together under one address and the properties being set within the multi-use complex.
“It is great to see our partnership with Al Mada Tourism Investment Company brought to life through the launch of Park Rotana Complex Abu Dhabi,” said Lee Tabler, chief executive officer of TDIC.
“This accomplishment is a testament to the strength of our relationship with Rotana and we look forward to a long-term partnership. TDIC has undertaken a number of high profile joint ventures with leading institutes and hotel chains from across the globe, all of which support the goal of realising Abu Dhabi’s full tourism potential.”
Both Park Rotana and Park Arjaan by Rotana Abu Dhabi are located around landmarks and are on crossroads to Abu Dhabi city centre, Dubai and Al Ain, while the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre is 10 minutes away while Abu Dhabi International Airport is a 20-minute drive.
Sascha Bartz, general manager of Park Rotana & Park Arjaan said: “Park Rotana Complex will appeal to business and leisure travelers alike from the local and international markets.”
“With its key location coupled with outstanding facilities and services I am confident that the complex will be well received in Abu Dhabi and the region in general. At Rotana, we pride ourselves on our level of service and quality and we hope the opening of this landmark property will continue building on the group’s already strong reputation in the region,” Bartz added. – TradeArabia News Service
Park Rotana Abu Dhabi comprises of 318 rooms and suites with some of them offering stunning views over Khalifa Park. Conference and events facilities of Park Rotana Abu Dhabi consist of 6 meeting rooms and spacious ballroom with day light access and outdoor terrace.
The property can accommodate various types of functions from small company meetings of 20 people to gala dinners of 500 guests, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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