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Tue, 8 September 2015

Jumeirah Signs Hotel, Serviced Apartments and Residence in Dubai

Jumeirah has been appointed by RP Global to operate a mixed-use development within RP Globals US$1 billion iconic tower in Dubai.

The Jumeirah Business Bay will include a 200-room Jumeirah hotel as well as 350 serviced apartments and 290 residences managed under the Jumeirah brand.

The super-tall tower will have a built-up area of over 3 million square feet, offering views of Downtown Dubai and Burj Khalifa, and will include extensive food and beverage outlets, a Talise Spa and Health Club, conference and banquet facilities and a dynamic open air, rooftop Sky bar.

Located in the heart of Business Bay, behind the Dubai Metro station and parallel to Sheikh Zayed Road, the tower is being designed by world renowned architectural and engineering firm, Atkins Global, which also designed the world-famous Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, and is expected to be completed before the opening of Expo 2020.

One of the towers exciting features is the thrilling sky attraction, a dynamic interactive experience taking visitors high over the towers of Business Bay.

Dr. Ravi Pillai, Chairman, RP Group of Companies, the holding company of RP Global, said, We are investing close to US$1 billion of our own resources into Dubais real estate sector to develop a world-class tower that will be operated by the esteemed luxury hospitality brand, Jumeirah Group. RP Global is committed to superior quality and timely delivery and like the Jumeirah Group, we strive to create well designed, innovative lifestyle concepts for our buyers. Dubais resident population is growing rapidly and we are looking forward to adding an iconic tower to Dubais skyline in partnership with Jumeirah.

Jumeirah Group currently operates 23 hotels in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and has a further 25 Jumeirah and Venu properties in the development pipeline. 

Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE

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