Rezidor Signs Airport Hotel in Dubai

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 4 September 2009

Rezidor has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Dubai with the signing of a new airport hotel. The Park Inn Dubai Airport Free Zone, to feature 312 rooms, is scheduled to open in 2012.

The new Park Inn will be located 1.8 km from Terminal 2 of Dubai International Airport, one of the fastest growing airports in the region and the world.

It will be surrounded by the Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority a zone established in 1996 with the aim to encourage foreign investment and to facilitate local and foreign business opportunities.

Today 1,300 companies are present within the area and cover a wide array of firms; including aviation, pharmaceutical, logistics and IT.

Besides 312 guest rooms and apartments the new Park Inn will offer a main restaurant with a market concept in which diners will be able to choose from a variety of cuisines.

The banqueting and conferencing facilities of the property will be extensive and include a 575 square meters ballroom as well as eight additional meeting rooms totalling 465 square meters.

For the leisure traveller, a spa, fitness centre and pool will be available to guests.

With 32 airport hotels in operation and under development Rezidor is Europes leading airport hotel operator we are delighted to extend this field to the Middle East now, said Kurt Ritter, President & CEO of Rezidor.

Besides the Park Inn Dubai Airport Free Zone the group will also manage the the Radisson Blu Hotel Cairo Heliopolis which will open in late 2009.

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