Hakkasan Limited to construct first hotel on Dubai's Palm Jumeirah Island

Global restaurant and nightlife group Hakkasan announced plans to open its first luxury resort on Dubai's Palm Jumeirah Island. The property, which is being conceptualized and developed by HKK Hospitality, is scheduled to begin construction in 2014.

The project will establish a beachfront hotel on the exclusive crescent of The Palm Jumeriah. The property will have various luxury amenities, all of which eyed to embody the core elements of Hakkasan, including international cuisine, entertainment and the signature contemporary “Chinois Chic” environment.

aabar Properties was appointed to oversee the construction of Hakkasan's resort project.

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In addition to the hotel project, the growth of Hakkasan will include new restaurants and nightlife venues, day clubs, spas, boutique hotels and other hospitality and lifestyle offerings at key locations around the world.

The global dining and nightlife company celebrated the debut of Hakkasan Beverly Hills, and eyes the launch of Hakkasan Shanghai in early 2014. HKK Hospitality, engaged by Hakkasan to oversee the direction and expansion of the portfolio, also has plans to expand Hakkasan's other brands, which include Yauatcha, Sake no Hana and HKK.

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