Emaar Hospitality Group celebrates 10,000-key milestone

Emaar Hospitality Group


Emaar Hospitality Group has marked a significant milestone, with 11 hotels in operation, which contribute a total of 10,000 rooms, and 30 upcoming projects.

The group’s numerous ventures span the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Turkey and the Maldives.


CEO, Emaar Hospitality Group, Olivier Harnisch enthused on the group’s remarkable progress: “With over 10,000 rooms and counting, Emaar Hospitality Group has underlined its credentials as the region’s fastest growing hospitality provider, delivering three distinctive lifestyle experiences that meet the diverse and shifting preferences of today’s travellers.

“While we have a strong footprint in the UAE, reflecting the nation’s commitment to promoting tourism and hospitality, we are also expanding our presence in international markets, delivering our homegrown competencies to high-growth markets.”

Over 2,500 of Emaar Hospitality Group’s hotel rooms are found in Dubai, at the Address Boulevard; Address Dubai Mall; Address Dubai Marina; Address Montgomerie; and Palace Downtown, as well as at Vida Downtown and Manzil Downtown. The four operational Rove Hotels properties include Rove Downtown, Rove City Centre, Rove Healthcare City and Rove Trade Centre.

The upcoming rooms in the UAE will fall under Emaar’s Address Hotels + Resorts brand, at Address Downtown; Address Sky View; Address Fountain Views; Address Jumeirah Resort + Spa; Address Fashion Avenue; Address Fujairah Resort + Spa; Address Harbour Point and Palace Fujairah Beach.

The group will also add a number of hotel rooms to its Vida Hotels and Resorts brand in the UAE, at properties including Vida Za’abeel; Vida Dubai Marina; Vida Dubai Mall; Vida The Hills; Vida Townsquare; Vida Harbour Point – all in Dubai – and Vida Beach Reem Island Abu Dhabi.

“Our vision is to be one of the world’s leading hospitality providers and we will continue to innovate on the choices we offer. Our growing portfolio is a testament to the vision of the UAE leadership to diversify the economy,” concluded Harnisch.