Jumeirah Group to manage Zabeel House in The Greens, Dubai

Zabeel House by Jumeirah-The Greens, Dubai. Photo Credit: Jumeirah Group

The Jumeirah Group is set to manage the new Zabeel House by Jumeirah-The Greens in Dubai. The hotel, which is owned by The Onyx for Development, a subsidiary of Ishraqah for Development, is slated to open in the fourth quarter of 2018. 

The 210-room hotel in The Greens master development will be part of The Onyx mixed-use development, which includes residences, commercial units and retail space. The property will join Jumeirah's portfolio of eight properties in Dubai, which includes Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Jumeirah Emirates Tower, Madinat Jumeirah, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray and Jumeirah Living at World Trade Center. 

This new Zabeel House marks the first of Jumeirah's new brand announced after launching on Jan. 23, 2018. The four other Zabeel House properties, which are already signed, will be developed across the UAE, Saudi Arabia and the UK, and the company is planning to announce more hotel this year for its second upscale line of hotels.


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Meanwhile, Jumeirah is currently in talks to sign several more Zabeel House hotels, which it will add to the current portfolio of 19 operating Jumeirah hotels and resorts in Frankfurt, London and Mallorca, Spain in Europe, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE and Kuwait in the Middle East and the Maldives and Shanghai in Asia.

Jumeirah's current development pipeline has new hotels scheduled to open in the UAE, Bahrain, Indonesia, China, Oman, Jordan, Malaysia and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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