Radisson Hotel Group Signs With Silver Beach Hotel for First Beach Resort in Dubai

Belgium, Brussels. April 09, 2020

Radisson Hotel Group is proud to announce the signing of the Radisson Resort Dubai Palm Jumeirah, its first beach resort in Dubai and third Radisson hotel in the United Arab Emirates, bringing its UAE portfolio to 23 hotels in operation and under development.

Home to some of Dubai's top resorts, the Palm Jumeirah is built from reclaimed land in a series of artificial archipelagos and shaped like a palm tree when viewed from above. Located on the Jumeirah shoreline, Radisson's latest resort is perfect for both leisure and business travelers and is ideally located, providing travelers with easy access to the city and Dubai Media City, the region's leading media hub, and a 30-minute drive from Dubai International airport.

Inside the hotel's 389 upscale rooms and suites, guests will discover the renowned hospitality and modern amenities. The hotel will feature five food and drink outlets, with cuisine suited to every taste at the all-day dining restaurant and guests can explore the hotel bars which overlook the infinite views of Dubai and the sea. Guests can also keep their fitness routine on track in the fully equipped gym, kick-back while being pampered in the spa, take a dip in one of the pools or sit back while basking in the breathtaking views of the Arabian Gulf. The hotel will also be home to three meeting rooms; the ideal space to host any leisure or business function.

Elie Younes, Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer, Radisson Hotel Group, said:"Radisson is a very compelling brand to all stakeholders, blending real estate efficiencies with guest relevance. We are excited to enter this new partnership and look forward to a successful journey with our partners based on trust and responsibility."

Silver Beach Hotel LLC subsidiary of BHATIA HOLDINGS LLC, said, "We are excited to partner with Radisson Hotel Group, one of the leading players in the hospitality industry. We were seeking a brand that is able to recognize and respond to the needs of the business and leisure clients coming to Dubai; while focusing on driving business from its established city portfolio into this prominent leisure destination on the Palm Jumeirah."

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