Landmark Hotels and Suites looks to expand in UAE

Dubai-based Landmark Hotels and Suites is set to launch four Middle East hotels under its mid-market brand over the next 12 months, company officials told Construction Week. 

Landmark Hotels & Suites, a part of the Landmark Zenath Group,  currently operates more than eight properties in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and India. The chain owns five hotels in the UAE, and three hotels in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Peter Alexander Janssen, CEO of Landmark’s hospitality division, said the hotels to be launched in the near future will be across the UAE, including in Dubai and Fujairah.

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“We have a plan of expanding to about four new properties in the next 12 months,” Janssen told the site. The company expects to open a new hotel in Fujairah and another along Dubai's Sheikh Zayed Road.

The next two properties will be located in the Green Community at Dubai Investments Park, Janssen added, stating the company is also considering taking up new franchisees of hotels.

He added that some properties would be owned and operated by Landmark, while others would be run as joint ventures, depending on local regulations.

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