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Rixos The Palm Dubai celebrates Ramadan

Rixos The Palm Dubai celebrates Ramadan

22 June 2014 Hotel News

During the holy month of Ramadan, Rixos the Palm Dubai will be offering a Ramadan tent Qasr Al Sultan. The location is designed to resemble the Sultan’s palace in which people used to break their fasts, play games, smoke shisha and experience traditional Arabic entertainment.

Shangri-La sets its sights on Palm Jumeirah

Shangri-La sets its sights on Palm Jumeirah

22 June 2014 Hotel News

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts and Dubai-based real estate developer Nakheel have signed a letter of intent for Shangri-La to manage a 290-room hotel in The Palm Tower on Palm Jumeirah.  The parties expect to sign a comprehensive hotel management agreement for the property in the coming weeks.

Langham comes to Dubai with Palm Jumeirah property

Langham comes to Dubai with Palm Jumeirah property

13 June 2014 Hotel News

Langham Hospitality Group announced earlier it had signed an agreement with DAS Real Estate to manage The Langham resort in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Located on the crescent of Palm Jumeirah and scheduled to open in 2015, this 323-room resort marks double landmark “firsts” for the Hong Kong-based hotel company: it is the group’s first foray into the Middle East and the first resort in its global collection.

Rixos the Palm Dubai welcomes crowds to ATM

Rixos the Palm Dubai welcomes crowds to ATM

6 May 2014 Focus

Rixos the Palm Dubai has welcomed over 1,000 guests to its annual Arabian Travel Market party – one of the hottest tickets in town. Also rejoicing was the Global Hotel Alliance, which celebrated its tenth anniversary at the event.

Anantara Palm Resort launches new apartment offering

Anantara Palm Resort launches new apartment offering

10 April 2014 Hotel News

Anantara Dubai the Palm Resort & Spa is expanding its collection of luxurious beachside accommodation with 30 exclusive One and Two Bedroom Apartments, opening today.  A world class waterfront resort, Anantara Dubai the Palm Resort & Spa is uniquely inspired by traditional Thai architecture and enviably located on the Palm Jumeirah’s eastern crescent.

Kayali takes top sales role with Kempinski Palm Jumeirah

Kayali takes top sales role with Kempinski Palm Jumeirah

26 March 2014 Hotel News

Abdo Kayali has joined Kempinski Hotel & Residences Palm Jumeirah as the property’s new sales and marketing director. Kayali joins Kempinski Palm Jumeirah from Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels by Al Rayyan Hospitality in Doha, where he held the position of group director of sales and marketing.

Sofitel first Green Globe hotel on Palm Jumeirah

Sofitel first Green Globe hotel on Palm Jumeirah

14 February 2014 Press Release Hotel News

With a score of 90%, the Sofitel Dubai The Palm Resort&Spa has been awarded the prestigious Green Globe certification, following an extensive sustainability audit conducted by sustainability experts, Farnek Consultancy.

Viceroy reveals $1bn Palm Jumeirah property

Viceroy reveals $1bn Palm Jumeirah property

20 May 2013 Hotel News

Viceroy Hotel Group has made one of its most important portfolio additions to date, announcing the planned 2017 opening of Viceroy Dubai, Palm Jumeirah. The $1 billion dollar endeavour marks the company’s first venture into Dubai and its second in the United Arab Emirates alongside sister property Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi.

Rixos takes on new Palm Jumeirah hotel

30 May 2011 Hotel News Tourism News

Rixos Hotels is to mark its Middle East debut by managing a new property on the Palm Jumeirah. The Turkish luxury hospitality brand steps in after Jumeirah Group, the brand behind Dubai’s iconic Burj al Arab, terminated its contract with Al Fattan Properties to manage Jumeirah Al Fattan Palm Resort.

Brad Pitt and Beckhams caught in new Dubai debt crisis

26 November 2009 Tourism News

Brad Pitt and David Beckham are thought to be among those caught up in Dubai’s latest credit squeeze, as developer Nakheel has asked creditors for a six-month “standstill” on debt repayments totalling US$59 billion. The Dubai government has also called in accountants Deloitte to advise on restructuring the business, stoking fears that Nakheel will be unable to continue with the Palm Jumeirah, leaving one of Dubai’s landmark developments a construction site.