Hamra Hotels and Resorts is to open its new
four-star business hotel Acacia in August 2009 and Al Hamra Palace
Hotel, a palatial beach resort and apartment complex shortly
The launch of the 373-unit Acacia,
situated adjacent to the Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority Free
Zone, and Al Hamra Palace Hotel is expected to address the growing
demand for hotels and serviced apartments in Ras Al Khaimah, which
according to official government estimates is expected to attract
up to 2.5 million tourists by 2012.
With an array of modern business and leisure
facilities such as meeting and business centres, high-speed
broadband internet connection, the Hamra conference centre, gym,
swimming pool, restaurants and airport transfer services, Acacia
Hotel will appeal both to families and business guests.
Palace Hotel, on the other hand, offers an extensive range of
business and leisure amenities including a private marina and
fresh water lagoons, destination shopping mall, unlimited private
beaches, swimming pool, spa and tennis courts.
In addition to the 270 king and
twin bedded guest rooms and suites, Acacia Hotel also has 103
one-bedroom apartments, each with fully equipped kitchenettes and
Al Hamra Palace Hotel, which has a beach-fronted 18-hole
championship golf course, combines a deluxe hotel and premium
apartments comprising studios, one, two and three-bedroom units
“The steady pace of growth witnessed by
Ras Al Khaimah in recent years underlines the emirate’s potential
to emerge as the first-choice destination for business and
leisure. Accordingly, we believe that the opening of Acacia Hotel
and Al Hamra Palace Hotel will greatly complement the emirate's
comprehensive development strategy. As with other hotels that are
part of our group, the overriding goal at Acacia and Al Hamra
Palace Hotel will be to provide services and facilities
of the finest quality and ensure that the guests have a
memorable stay,” said
Michael El Nayal, Member of the Board, Hamra Hotels and Resorts.
Hamra Hotels and Resorts was
established in 1996 and has today grown to become one of the leading hotel developers
and operators in the Middle East, with new hotel projects soon to be
launched in Africa, Asia and Europe.
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