Dubai – MENA Herald: Dubai-based property developer Omniyat has committed to opening 505 five-star hotel rooms and 495 deluxe serviced apartments in Dubai by 2020.
Speaking at Cityscape Global 2016, Mark Phoenix, Managing Director of Omniyat revealed the developer’s impressive plans to make its debut on Dubai’s hospitality scene with the highly anticipated The Opus along with a number of other high profile developments across the city.
“Omniyat has made its mark on the city over the past 11 years with a number of high profile office and residential buildings and now is the perfect time to move our expertise into the hotel and hospitality area.
“We are thrilled to be introducing some of the world’s finest hospitality brands to the city, including the prestigious Langham and the ME by Melia which will be housed in the stunning Opus development, designed by the celebrated late architect Zaha Hadid.
“Our commitment to opening another 505 hotel rooms across the city is just the start of our plans to make our mark on the hospitality scene.”
Omniyat will be opening over 505 hotel rooms and 49
5 serviced apartments across three developments in the city by 2020. This breaks down as follows:
Langham Place, downtown Dubai
167 Hotel Rooms
153 Serviced Apartments
Plot 18, Business Bay, Dubai
245 Hotel Rooms and suites
246 Serviced Apartments
The Opus, Business Bay, Dubai
93 Hotel Rooms
96 Serviced Apartments
Since launching in 2005, Dubai-based developer Omniyat has AED 16.2 billion worth of projects in progress. The rapidly expanding group is set to introduce an impressive portfolio of residential and hospitality developments including One Palm, The Pad, ANWA and The Sterling, all within the next five years.
Omniyat is showcasing The Opus along with the Langham, One Palm and other flagship projects at this year’s Cityscape Global, being held from 6-8 September at Dubai World Trade Centre. Visit Omniyat at Stand S2C30, Sheikh Saeed Hall 2.