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Fairmont signs Second New Hotel in Abu Dhabi

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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts recently signed a second project in the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Abu Dhabi Creek. Positioned at the mainland gateway to the city, the Fairmont Abu Dhabi Creek is scheduled to open in 2009.

The urban beachfront resort will join a second Fairmont hotel being developed at the Marina City Development, scheduled to open in 2011. The hotel, featuring a contemporary design, will offer 369 rooms and suites, a variety of restaurants, and a wide selection of conference, business and leisure facilities.

The Abu Dhabi Creek area is experiencing growth, and it is exciting to be a part of the development, said Tom Storey, President, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts. So many of our hotels, such as Londons Savoy and The Fairmont San Francisco, helped shape the destinations where they are located, and we look forward to continuing that tradition and providing our guests with distinct experiences within the city.

The Fairmont Abu Dhabi Creek joins other Fairmont developments in the region which include: Fairmont Mt. Kenya Safari Club (2008), Fairmont Nile City, Cairo (2008); Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel, Saudia Arabia (2008), Fairmont Palm Island, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai (2009); Fairmont Zimbali, South Africa (2009); Fairmont The Wave, Oman (2011) and Fairmont Kingdom of Sheba, Dubai (2011).

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