Speaking at the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference in Ras al Khaimah, Jannah Hotels & Resorts chief executive Richard Haddad has revealed the brand will move into Sharjah into 2022.
The hotelier also announced that the highly anticipated Jannah Dubai Creek will open its doors as soon as September this year.
Haddad added Jannah was currently involved in ongoing negotiations for international properties, and a new project in the Dibba area.
The iconic Arabian-inspired brand is synonymous with hospitality par excellence and this announcement signals a new direction for Jannah Hotels & Resorts’ expanding portfolio in the Middle East, with a stronger focus on luxury and premium hospitality services.
The new hotels will deliver a halal experience in an extraordinary setting along with its signature, personalised Karim services.
Jannah Dubai Creek is an upscale, 138-room, four-star hotel spanning 14 storeys.
The hotel will feature five distinctive restaurants, a swimming pool, a world-class spa and fitness centre, all in the heart of the vibrant Dubai Creek.
The hotel boasts spectacular views of the urban metropolis where guests can gaze at the city night lights and even catch a mesmerising sunrise over the clear waters of the creek.
Jannah Sharjah is a new-build hotel in the emirate of Sharjah, incorporating a tremendous 57 storeys.
Along with quality mid-scale accommodation, the hotel will feature a health club, a swimming pool, and a children’s playground.
It will also comprise a cafe and varied gastronomies, a highlight that will attract foodies, and families seeking a quality dining experience.
Jannah Sharjah will also offer events and meeting space for local businesses and community groups through a meeting room and a conference room.
In a statement, Haddad said the company look forward to entering new international markets while expanding the foothold across emerging markets in the UAE.
Jannah Hotels & Resorts is a leading Arabian luxury brand with a strong reputation for delivering unparalleled service and great guest experiences.
Each of these hotels will have significant impacts locally, driving employment and tourism to each location.
Find out more below as Richard Haddad, chief executive with Jannah Hotels & Resorts, tells us about the expansion plans during the Arabian Hotel Investment Forum in Ras al Khaimah: