Movenpick Hotel Apartments The Square launched in Dubai

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts opened its fifth property in Dubai, becoming the first international hotel company in the city’s Al Mamzar area of Deira. Mövenpick Hotel Apartments The Square has 180 superior and deluxe rooms, as well as one- and two-bedroom hotel apartment suites. The property is close to the Al Mamzar Beach Park and other landmarks within Deira, Dubai’s historical center.

The hotel company of Swiss heritage presently has four Mövenpick properties in operation in Dubai, including Ibn Battuta Gate, Jumeirah Beach, Bur Dubai and Deira. The fifth property is expected to further complement the company’s reach in the city and in the area of Deira, which is considered a “central district” where hotels enjoy upwards of 80 percent occupancy year-round.

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts’ portfolio in the city achieved an average occupancy of 86 percent in 2012. The company is pursuing geographical expansion within the Emirate and a sixth property in Jumeirah Lake Towers will also open later this year.

Each of the rooms and apartments at Mövenpick Hotel Apartments The Square Dubai are appointed with a kitchenette. The property has also attained the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) classification as ‘Deluxe Hotel Apartments,' the highest standard of hotel apartments in Dubai.

Available is The Spices, a contemporary all day dining restaurant; a rooftop swimming pool; a fully-equipped fitness center; and four meeting venues with natural daylight and garden views.

The hotel is owned by Town Square Investment and is part of The Square, a mixed use arabesque-themed community complex inspired by the Arabian inner courtyard. The two-phase project in Al Mamzar comprises residential buildings, extensive gardens, water features, apartments, office space and a retail area.

Mövenpick Hotel Apartments The Square Dubai is nestled in the district of Al Mamzar, close to Deira, Bur Dubai and Sharjah.

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