Marriott opens first Delta hotel in MEA region

The hotel’s 45-story tower includes 360 rooms. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International today has officially brought its Delta Hotels by Marriott brand into the Middle East and Africa market.

Part of the Jumeirah Beach Residences, the newly opened Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach, Dubai. has direct beach access and is close to both the Dubai Marina and the Walk shopping center. 

“We are excited to introduce the first Delta Hotel to Middle East and Africa region and believe the brand has immense growth potential in our region with its clear ethos of simple made perfect,” said Alex Kyriakidis, president/managing director, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International. “Its strategic location offers our guests the perfect way to discover the city in a manner that makes travel seamless and always enjoyable.”

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The hotel’s 45-story tower offers 360 rooms, including suites and serviced apartments. Public spaces include a Brazilian restaurant, an Italian restaurant, an American pub, a buffet and a lounge. The hotel also has 145 square meters of event space, including three multi-function rooms and a business center.

Delta Hotels, acquired by Marriott International in 2015, now has more than 60 locations in gateway cities across the United States, Canada, China and Germany. 

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