Rixos The Palm
Rixos The Palm Dubai has taken a brand new name to mark the launch of its new Luxury Suite Collection. The rebranded Rixos The Palm Dubai Hotel and Suites will expand its offering on 25 February to launch an exquisite selection of suites, bringing the total number of rooms and suites on property to 316.
Ibiza-founded concept, El Chiringuito, has opened its doors at Rixos The Palm, Dubai. The menu features modern, Mediterranean dishes with French and Ibicenco touches from executive chef, Jerome Palayer. Highlights include homemade beech wood smoked salmon, sea bass roasted in a sea salt crust, calamari Andaluz and the Chiringuito beefburger. Restaurant items can be delivered
Rixos The Palm Dubai has revealed that it experienced a 12% increase in occupancy rates over 2016 with aveage occupancy across the hotel sitting at 90%. The influx of tourists in the UAE has led to the expansion of Rixos Hotels with additional hotels set to open across the region over then next 2 months.
Turkish hospitality group, Rixos Hotels, is currently in talks for potential expansion plans in to new markets including the negotiation of new hotels in Saudi Arabia. According to Rixos Hotels senior vice president operations, EMEA and Far East, Erkan Yildirim, Rixos are currently eyeing new markets in the Gulf, Iran and North Africa. A statement
Rixos The Palm, Dubai has appointed executive chef Nurettin Celik who will take the helm of culinary operations with a focus on Turkish cuisine and culture. Having first joined Rixos Hotels & Resorts as part of the culinary team in Turkey in 2003, chef Celik has worked with the group intermittently for 13 years. He
Rixos The Palm has launched its ‘ultra-all-inclusive’ package option for guests staying at the resort. In addition to the existing bed and breakfast and half board packages, guests can now upgrade to an all-inclusive package, which includes food and beverage from the hotel’s 11 restaurants and bars at no additional cost. Erkan Yildirim, senior vice