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Dusit signs Management Deal for First Dusit Princess Hotel Outside Thailand

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Dusit International has signed a management agreement with the Sharaf Group, a business house in the U.A.E encompassing businesses in diverse fields of shipping, industrial, electronics, retail, logistics, information technology and the travel and tourism business; for a Dusit Princess hotel in City Centre Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Located in a prime area of City Centre Deira, the hotel is 5 minutes away from Dubai International Airport, Dubai Airport Expo Centre, Dubai Creek golf course designed by Ernie Els and walking distance from one of the largest malls in Dubai. It is the centre of many business and cultural precincts of Dubai. Dusit Princess City Centre Dubai is situated in the main street, with prime visibility between Dubai and Sharjah city.

Scheduled to open in August 2009, the hotel will have 120 rooms and suites, an all day dining restaurant, specialty restaurant, gymnasium, swimming pool with jacuzzi and bar. Additional facilities include exclusive meeting rooms, a business centre, beauty salon, travel agent, rent a car and a souvenir shop.

Dubai today is a destination for tourism and business travel sectors. I believe that the strategic positioning of our property will add to the value offerings of Dusit as one of the fastest growing hospitality groups in the world and also as the leading hotel chain in pre-empting and responding to the needs of todays traveller, said Mr. Sharaffudin Sharaf, Group Vice Chairman Sharaf Group.

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