ROTANA plans to open its new five-star hotel in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi in the first quarter of 2013. The new ‘Hili Rayhaan by Rotana Hotel’ is being developed as part of Wahat Hili Project, Al Ain’s modern and unique retail and hospitality complex located in Hili district.
Close to the city, and in conjunction with Wahat Hili Mall, the combination is set to draw in a bulk of visitors to the city, said a statement from Rotana.
Rotana president and CEO Selim El Zyr says: ‘Wahat Hili Mall will be the one stop destination for visitors to Al Ain; drawing in people from all over the region to witness the splendour that is characteristic of the city.’
‘With 250 rooms to cater to tourists, we are proud to partner with the modern-day retail complex that is set to become a ‘must see’ for guests of the city,’ El Zyr adds.
Saeed Al Dhaheri, the chairman and CEO of Wahat Hili Mall, pointed out that Rotana, as a name, had become synonymous with uncompromising world-class standards.
“This reflects the vision we have for Wahat Hili Mall - ensuring excellence, convenience and perfection in every detail – and we are proud that the leading hotel operator in the region has become integral to that very ambition,” he adds.
The new hotel boasts of guest rooms that are spread over six floors, ranging from Standard to Suite, making the hotel an attractive proposition for both the leisurely and corporate, said a statement from Rotana.
The latest technology, six conference rooms and business amenities are ideal for the seasoned professional; the podium pool, sundeck and leisure facilities also make it a great place for families.
“Hili Rayhaan by Rotana is the first property to open in Al Ain and our fourth in the region under the brand Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts by Rotana,’ El Zyr adds.
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