New 4-star boutique hotel opens in Dubai
Dubai, June 28, 2012
UAE-based Nael & Bin Harmal Group (NBHH) has announced the opening of its first boutique hotel, the 4-star Cosmopolitan Hotel in the Al Barsha area of Dubai.
Built at a cost of over Dh100 million ($28 million), the Cosmopolitan Hotel is just minutes away from Mall of the Emirates shopping mall and about 250m from the Sharaf DG metro station.
Commenting on the launch, Tony Saliba, the managing director of NBHH, said "We are delighted to unveil the group's first property in Dubai. Attention to details was our priority from day one. We have set the highest standards in hospitality providing guests with state of the art technology, unique comfort and hopefully memorable experiences."
"Behind its discrete façade of seven floors, the property offers 114 of the largest rooms and suites among competing properties, 3 Food & Beverage venues and 24 hour state-of-the-art fitness centre among other facilities," he explained.
"Because it’s the little things that matter, the hotel has introduced some unique services such as replacing traditional buffets in the restaurant with a buffet service at your table," said Saliba.
"Instead of exercising during specific times, customers can exercise anytime they wish in the 24 hour Pulse fitness centre (equipped by Technogym)," he noted.
The hotel, he said, has partnered with a leading massage operator in Thailand and offers a 24 hour massage service provided by Wat Po university graduates.
"The response has been so encouraging, that we are now looking at developing additional properties in vibrant Dubai and in other locations within the UAE," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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