Anantara to open hotel on Palm Jumeirah
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, January 22 - 2013 at 11:05
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has announced plans to open its first hotel in Dubai on the crescent of The Palm Jumeirah. The Anantara Dubai Palm Jumeirah Resort & Spa, owned by Dubai-based Seven Tides, was formerly known as the Royal Amwaj Resort and was to be opened in 2010. Now scheduled to open in September of this year, the resort comprises 293 guest rooms and suites clustered in units of four to eight, with 130 rooms featuring direct access to 11,000 square metres of lagoon pools, 12 beach villas, 18 over-water villas and three Royal Beach Villas.
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