Property developer Seven Tides has confirmed Barceló Resort Group as the brand new operator of its five-star Dukes Dubai, situated on the west trunk of Palm Jumeirah.
The resort shall be rebranded Dukes Dubai – A Royal Hideaway Resort and can change into the primary property within the area underneath the model.
The Spanish hospitality group assumed operations of the Palm Jumeirah resort following the signing of a administration settlement on in Dubai between Abdulla bin Sulayem, chief govt of Seven Tides and Jaime Buxó, chief growth officer, Barceló Resort Group.
The deal was signed within the presence of Goulam Amarsy, chief govt of Barceló Gulf, companion of Barceló Resort Group within the GCC.
Commenting on the brand new settlement, bin Sulayem mentioned: “Barceló Resort Group have been appointed to handle Dukes Dubai, as a result of it’s a dynamic and versatile hospitality firm, working 249 motels throughout 22 nations, with a wealth of expertise, operating luxurious worldwide resorts and most significantly, fulfilling visitor expectations.
“The Barceló Group additionally has its personal wholesale and retail journey division incorporating 700 journey companies on 4 continents, so we’re additionally assured that they are going to be capable to develop new area of interest markets for Dukes Dubai, in addition to optimising our place in the important thing worldwide markets.”
Based in 1931, Barceló Resort Group is the third largest chain in Spain and the 29th largest at worldwide degree.
It presently operates 54,000 rooms in 22 nations worldwide.
Buxó added: “Our partnership with Seven Tides additional reinforces our development technique to increase our footprint throughout the UAE and certainly the Center East over the subsequent 5 years.
“The resort is a surprising addition to Barceló’s rising luxurious portfolio.
“Visitor will expertise first-class service coupled with distinctive services and vibrant environment on the enduring Palm Jumeirah, all making for a very memorable keep.”