Dubai’s getting even more luxurious as it welcomes first Radisson hotel

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A woman sits on top of a skyscraper watching the sunset. Source: Shutterstock

RADISSON HOSPITALITY GROUP has just signed a deal to open it’s first ever Radisson hotel in Dubai.

Dubai is already home to seven other Radisson properties, five Radisson Blu, and two Park Inn by Radisson which are managed by the same group that will run Dubai’s new Radisson hotel in DAMAC Hills.

However, none of the existing hotels come close to radiating the luxury that can be experienced inside the Radisson hotel, especially because it’s situated in such a beautiful area.

DAMAC Hills is known for its opulence which is one of the reasons why Radisson Hotel Group has teamed up with the Dubai-based real estate developer DAMAC Properties to ensure the hotel reflects it’s location.

“We’re delighted to enter into a partnership with DAMAC Properties, one of the most prominent and respected real estate developers in the region,” Radisson Hotel Group executive vice president and chief development officer Elie Younes said.

“We appreciate their commitment and vision to develop such an exciting project. The Radisson hotel will enable their vision to materialize.”

“Their vision” being the 3.9 million-square-meter residential community that DAMAC Properties wants to build, including an 18-hole champion golf course.

How Dubai’s new Radisson hotel will look from the outside. Source: Radisson Hotel Group

Dubai’s Radisson hotel, which is already being built and is expected to open in late 2019, will have 481 rooms including one- and two-bedroom suites kitted out with seriously comfortable beds, fine linen, flat-screen TVs, spacious work desks, and some spectacular views across DAMAC Hills.

In addition to the rooms and suites, there will be two onsite restaurants serving up international cuisine as well as a fully furnished gym, spa, kids club, and an outdoor swimming pool to cool off in and escape from the intense Middle Eastern sun.

The recreational pool area overlooking DAMAC Hills. Source: Radisson Hotel Group

For business travelers, Dubai’s Radisson hotel will offer over 600 square meters of event space; perhaps this could even be the answer to your wedding venue woes or conference conundrums.

In addition to the true-to-style Radisson facilities, the exceptional standard of Scandinavian-inspired service will be experienced throughout the entire hotel, meaning every guest will feel welcomed and immediately at home.

The hotel will also have excellent access to two major highways and is located just 15 kilometers from the brand spanking new Al Maktoum International Airport.

So, whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, book a stay in Dubai’s fanciest new hotel to see what all the fuss is about.