Fairmont Ajman opens in the United Arab Emirates

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts opened the Fairmont Ajman in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This beachfront resort is located in the smallest of the seven Emirates and is flanked by beachfront with unobstructed views of the Arabian Gulf.

Fairmont Ajman stands on a 656-foot stretch of beach, and consists of 14 floors including 252 guestrooms and two-story penthouses, each offering views of the Arabian Gulf. It is highlighted by light filled spaces with a palette of silvers and neutral toned textiles.

An infinity pool, children's activity facility and spa and fitness center round out the resort's leisure offerings.

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Meeting and social event planners will have access to seven meeting spaces, including a ballroom that can accommodate from 380 attendees with 30-foot tall floor-to-ceiling windows providing Gulf views.

Another aspect of the resort is its dining portfolio consisting of seven restaurants and lounges, including Spectrum, a restaurant with interactive live cooking stations. Other dining areas include an outdoor lounge, an Arabian-themed nightclub and a signature Turkish restaurant that will debut later in the year.

Fairmont Ajman joins a collection in the United Arab Emirates that includes Fairmont Dubai, Fairmont The Palm and Fairmont Bab Al Bahr in Abu Dhabi. 

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