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Thu, 16 June 2016

Dream Unveils U.S. Expansion Plans; Signs First Hotel in Middle East

Dream Hotel Group has signed a deal with Qatar-based Al Alfia Holding for the first Dream Hotel in the Middle East, and only the third outside the USA.

 The Dream Doha, a development with Al Alfia Holding with design by Meyer Davis, is scheduled to open in late 2019, and will have 325-rooms as well as nine dining and nightlife venues.

Dream's two other hotels outside of America are both in Thailand, the Dream Phuket Hotel & Spa and Dream Bangkok.

The company has also unveiled plans to expand within the U.S. signing deals for future Dream Hotels in Nashville, Dallas, Palm Springs, and two additional New York properties in Times Square and Long Island City.

"We are thrilled that the Dream brand of hospitality, marked by vibrant nightlife and dining opportunities, has resonated so widely," said Dream Hotel Group CEO, Jay Stein. "These six new developments double the footprint of our founding brand and give our loyal guests many more options to explore the other side of themselves."

The 169-room Dream Nashville will be located in the heart of the city's historic downtown. Designed by Meyer Davis, the property is expected to open in mid-2018.

The 260-room Dream Dallas is scheduled to open in H2 2018.

Also slated to open in 2018, Dream Palm Springs will have 175 rooms and will be developed by Praetor Investments/Selene Developments in collaboration with Dream Hotel Group.

The first of two planned New York openings for the group, Dream Times Square will open in the second half of 2018. Designed by Meyer Davis, the 239-room property located in New York's iconic entertainment destination will be developed by SoHo Properties in partnership with Dream Hotel Group.

Dream Long Island City will see the lifestyle hotel group's foray into the city's underutilized Queens Borough. The 254-key property is expected to open in 2019 and will be developed by Barone Management in Partnership with Dream Hotel Group.

The Times Square and Long Island City hotels will double the Dream Hotels footprint in New York, totaling four properties in the city.

"We'll be announcing additional properties in the coming months, continuing to solidify our burgeoning portfolio," added Stein. "The expansion stands as testimony to the passion that the Dream team shows me every day in bringing rich experiences to our guests."

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