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Somewhere Hotels opens second Dubai property
March 2017 3760

SOMEWHERE Hotels, a stylish mid-market hotel brand, recently opened the doors to its new 301-room hotel in Barsha Heights, previously known as Tecom. Making this the second hotel opening in Dubai, the brand operates in KSA and Greece as well.

Abdullatif Kabbara, General Manager of Somewhere Hotels, said, “As a mid-market runner in Dubai hospitality sector, we offer consistently great value and a high quality experience that both solo travellers, couples, business men and women love and return back to time, and time, again. In essence, through reliable and affordable offering, our mission is to satisfy our visitors’ needs during the time they spend at the hotel.”

In line with Dubai’s 2020 vision of welcoming 20 million tourists to the city, the potential demand for mid-market lodging is on the rise. Guests from the GCC markets are now booking affordable and convenient rooms more than ever. In the changing evolution of hospitality sector in the city, Somewhere Hotels’ friendly ambience with a combination of modern suites, rooms and numerous facilities provide space and comfort. Also, business travellers primarily seek smart and tech-friendly hotels that are well connected and provide easy accessibility, making Somewhere Hotels the ultimate mid-market hotel with central access to the cities destinations, clean and spacious rooms furnished with all the latest equipment.

The location gives guests immediate access to public transportation making commuting comfortable and relaxed. In close proximity is the city’s metro and tram to Marina Walk, Jumeirah Beach Walk and top shopping destination Mall of the Emirates. For the business travellers, the hotel is only ten minutes away from the well-known business areas in the city such as Media City, and just a taxi ride away from the new airport Al Maktoum International, at Dubai World Central (DWC).  

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