Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of Fairmont Ajman in the United Arab Emirates.
Located in the land of perennial sunshine, this beachfront resort is located in the smallest of the seven Emirates, is flanked by a pristine beach and has unobstructed views of the Arabian Gulf.
Fairmont Ajman stands on a 200-metre stretch of golden sand and boasts 14 floors including 252 guestrooms and two-storey penthouses, each offering panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf.
Highlighted by spacious and light-filled spaces with a soft palette of pearl silvers and neutral toned textiles, the resort is designed to evoke tranquillity and serenity while maintaining the destination’s rich Arabian heritage and culture.
A large infinity pool, children’s activity programme, and spa and fitness centre round out the resort’s leisure offerings.
“The opening of Fairmont Ajman aligns with our expansion strategy to more than double our company’s regional footprint by 2020,” said Sami Nasser, senior vice president, operations, FRHI Hotels & Resorts, the brand’s parent company.
“With close to a million visitors arriving in Ajman every year and tourism numbers expected to increase, the resort is arriving in the market at a very opportune time and perfectly complements our company’s unrivalled portfolio in the UAE.”
Meeting and social event planners will have access to seven meeting spaces, including a ballroom that can accommodate upwards of 380 attendees with nine metre floor to ceiling windows providing spectacular Gulf views.
Another key feature of the resort is its innovative dining portfolio consisting of seven restaurants and lounges, including, Spectrum, an international restaurant with interactive live cooking stations, based on the former award-winning Spectrum on One at the Fairmont Dubai.
Other dining areas include an outdoor lounge set against a staggering Gulf backdrop, an Arabian-themed nightclub and a signature Turkish restaurant which will debut later in the year.
Having been swept up in a wave of development in recent years, Ajman has become an attractive destination to explore both leisure and potential business opportunities with additions such as the Ajman City Centre mall and the Emirates City residential area.
Visitors are attracted by the Emirate’s idyllic beaches as well as its heritage attractions which include Ajman Dhow Yard – said to be the world’s largest boat building yard – the Ajman National Museum and Ajman Fort.
Moreover, plans are set for Al Zorah, a development which will feature lifestyle residences, a championship 18-hole golf course, and a marina with a variety of water sports.
Also in the pipeline for development are a multimillion dollar airport and a theme park