Al Ghurair CEW successfully handed over the hotel project “Premier Inn Barsha Heights Dubai” to the client MBT Hotel Management & Hospitality.
The Premier Inn Barsha Heights Dubai offers a vibrant community has a number of places to eat and meet, including on-site restaurant Mr Toad’s Pub & Kitchen, and Pool Bar/Lounge, great for a hearty meal with friends or family. Take a dip at our rooftop pool, or work up a sweat in our fully equipped gym, keeping you in shape whilst travelling. And rest assured, you’ll have a great night’s sleep when you fall back on to our super-comfy Hypnos beds and plump pillows.
We would like to Congratulate the entire operations team for delivering this exceptional project!
AGCEW Profile was published at Emirates Projects Magazine for Issue 99
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Nakheel starts construction of AED176 million hotel at Dragon City
Nakheel’s second hotel at Dubai’s Dragon City moved a step closer today with a construction contract worth AED136 million handed to Al Ghurair Contracting and Engineering Works LLC.
With a total project value of AED176 million, the 304-room Premier Inn is one of 16 hotels in Nakheel’s AED3 billion hospitality portfolio and part of a huge new master plan that is transforming Dragon City into a giant retail, residential and recreational complex of more than 11 million square feet.
Set for delivery in 2019, Premier Inn Dragon City will have a restaurant, Costa coffee shop and gym. The hotel will span 178,000 sq ft in built-up area, over eight floors.
Premier Inn Dragon City is one of two Nakheel hotels managed by the UK’s Premier Inn. The first, a 372-room hotel at Ibn Battuta Mall, opened last October.
Nakheel’s expanding Dragon City mixed-use community comprises four million sq ft of retail space, a twin-tower residential complex with 1,120 apartments and two hotels with 516 rooms between them. It is currently best known for Dragon Mart – the world’s largest Chinese trading hub outside China – featuring the globally-renowned Dragon Mart 1 and its sister mall, Dragon Mart 2, which opened in February last year. The two malls welcome 40 million visitors a year.
Dragon City’s retail expansion includes a 375,000 sq ft showroom complex, currently under construction.
Nakheel’s expansion into the hospitality industry is bringing 16 new hotels and serviced apartment complexes, with over 5,300 rooms between them, to Dubai. Two are open and operational and last month the company awarded a construction contract for a second hotel at Ibn Battuta Mall. Others are at various stages of construction and development: