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See the newest 7-star luxury hotel to come to Abu Dhabi

by | Feb 1, 2018 | All, News

Dhabi Contracting recently announced plans to build a seven-star hotel in Ruwais, which is in the wester region of Abu Dhabi

Dhabi Contracting recently announced plans to build a seven-star hotel in Ruwais, which is in the wester region of Abu Dhabi.

Dhabi Contracting is based in the United Arab Emirates, and its leadership said the company has the land and the design ready. This luxury hotel project, officials added, is currently being reviewed by the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council.

This project marks a continued expansion for Dhabi Contracting into property development.

Abu Dhabi Luxury Hotels

Abu Dhabi is rapidly growing in popularity as a luxury travel destination. As a result, developers are building more and more hotels to accommodate the growing demand. Abu Dhabi beach is an especially popular destination.

Many of the luxury hotels in that area feature touches such as private beaches and marinas. Fine dining is also enjoying a surge in popularity in Abu Dhabi. Chefs offer high-end cuisine from around the world, but traditional Middle Eastern delicacies are still in heavy supply. For those who are unaware, traditional United Arab Emirates cooking fuses South Asian and Persian tastes, offering a diverse choice of meats, seafood and rice, replete with aromatic spices such as saffron and cumin.

New Luxury Hotels

The seven-star Ruwais project is not Dhabi Contracti’s first hospitality development. The company also owns the 32-storey Biltmore Hotel Tbilisi, which is located in the capital of Georgia. The Biltmore Hotel hosts an office of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Bishoy Edward, chief operating officer for Dhabi Contracting, has been quoted talking about the project.

“We have this vision for 2020, similar to Abu Dhabi’s Vision 2020, and as part of that we have decided to develop our own projects,” Edward said. “We have purchased plots of land in Al Raha and Saadiyat for commercial and residential projects.”

All indications are that this experienced and exciting developer will be able to capitalize on the tourism boom that is currently underway in Abu Dhabi.

Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway in Abu Dhabi:

Oasis Eco Resort

W Abu Dhabi

Vida Beach Reem Island Abu Dhabi



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