Nobu Hotel Planned for Abu Dhabi

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 18 April 2011

Reem Investments has signed a non-binding letter of intent with Nobu Hospitality to operate and manage the planned Nobu Hotel at Najmat, Reem Island, Abu Dhabi.

The development will occupy a prime position on Najmat Marina and Canal, delivering panoramic views of the Abu Dhabi skyline.

Guests will have exclusive access to a variety of destination dining and entertainment facilities in addition to a Nobu Restaurant, as well as a private beach.

 Reem Investments is the master developer for Najmat, a US$8 billion, 16 million sq ft real estate development on Reem Island, just 300 metres off the coast of Abu Dhabis city centre.

We look forward to establishing a close working partnership with Nobu Hospitality to create a new focal point for luxury lifestyle and hospitality in Abu Dhabi, said Bambang Sugeng Bin Kajairi, Chief Executive Officer of Reem Investments. Our partnership reflects our complete confidence in Najmat which will deliver so much in terms of benefits for investors, for all the people who will live and work there, and for Abu Dhabi which joins an elite selection of Nobu destinations.

The design will maximise the waterfront views of the site location, and in addition to the Nobu Restaurant outlets and facilities will include a variety of other captivating restaurants and bars, a spa and gymnasium, private cabanas, retail outlets and full beachfront service.

The completion of the transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including the negotiation of definitive documentation, the finalisation of capital financing and the final approval of this transaction by the board of directors of Reem Investments and the shareholders of Nobu Hospitality.

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