Jumeira Rotana has announced the completion of its renovation in of Al Satwa.
With the renovation’s completion, Jumeira Rotana is expected to increase occupancy year-on-year by 30%. This is part of the company’s plan to counter the city-wide decline of hotel average rates.
Rotana in Dubai and the Northern Emirates area vice president David Prince said: “We are delighted to re-launch Jumeira Rotana, especially as it is one of Rotana’s long established properties in Dubai.
“The completed works will strengthen our ties with our partners, bookers and regular guests. The hotel is well known on its own accord for its Boston that has received several prestigious awards and continues to be very popular with locals and tourists alike.”
He said that Jumeira Rotana is one of the longest standing brand representatives of Rotana hotels, with its distinctive design, accessibility and the size of the bedrooms.
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He added that over the past year, the hotel’s team has further enhanced their relationships with partners and the community during the renovation period.
The four-star Rotana property has 125 rooms, including the Burj Suite which occupies 113 sqm with a view over the Sheikh Zayed skyline and Burj Khalifa.