Jumeirah Group, a global luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, has announced the launch of Zabeel House by Jumeirah.
This second brand from Jumeirah Group, which already operates the award winning luxury Stay Different brand, has been created in response to the continuing and growing travel trend for exploration and enrichment through travel experiences.
With five management agreements already signed in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and UK, and a number under discussion, Jumeirah Group is creating an eclectic collection of hotels under the Zabeel House by JumeirahT brand, with a focus on locations at the heart of interesting and exciting neighbourhoods.
Hotels under the new brand will offer "brilliant basics and unexpected extras set in an upscale, casual environment", the hotel operator said in a statement.
The core target market for the brand will be both business and leisure travellers who want a lively base from which to explore.
Jumeirah Group chief operating officer, Marc Dardenne, said: ìThe launch of Zabeel House by Jumeirah is a significant milestone in achieving strategic expansion and provides an opportunity for Jumeirah Group to access new localities and destinations."
"Zabeel House by Jumeirah is for the traveller who wants to enjoy our award winning hospitality, but experience it in a more relaxed and casual setting."
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