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Sultan bin Tahnoon opens Royal Rose Abu Dhabi

Royal Rose Abu Dhabi exterior
H.E. Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Chairman Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority has opened Royal Rose Abu Dhabi, the latest property from City Seasons Group of Hotels, owned by Bin Ham Group.
H.E. Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon has unveiled the commemorative opening plaque in the presence of Sheikh Mussallam Salem Bin Ham and other dignitaries, ambassadors and high profile guests and representatives of government organisations and institutions in Abu Dhabi, after touring the 355-room property with its Royal Suite, Executive Lounges, Restaurants, Spa and other Sports & Entertainment facilities.


H.E. Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon has declared that Royal Rose Hotel, with its special architecture and interiors is yet an excellent addition to the luxurious hotels in UAE and specially in Abu Dhabi, which in turn will enhance the economic and investment and touristic positions of the Emirates.

In his welcome address, Sheikh Mussallam Salem Bin Ham, Member of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi and Chairman of Bin Ham Group has thanked H.H. Sheikh Sultan for his presence as well as the other dignitaries and guests and has added: “Bin Ham Group strives through our local investments to strengthen the national economy. The private sector is a key player in the economy by complementing what is done at the government level. Bin Ham Group is eager to expand their activities through the hospitality industry whereby this industry is a major attraction to the international tourists, considering the fact that UAE is now a first choice destination from travelers from around the world.”

“Bin Ham Group have founded City Seasons Hotels, with the vision of affordable luxury, following its strategy to establish a strong position in the Hospitality industry and that in every city where the hotels are based namely Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Al Ain and Muscat in Oman, with additional properties in Abu Dhabi and Dubai to open soon,” he added.

Sheikh Ahemd Mussallam Bin Ham, Vice-President City Seasons Hotels said: “Royal Rose Abu Dhabi is the first 5-star property of our Group. City Seasons Hotels have been in the hospitality field for 25 years now with properties like Omar Khayyam Hotel, Park Residence and Al Hamra Plaza hotels in Abu Dhabi. But it is only in 2004 that City Seasons Group of Hotels, as we know it today, was founded; today we can say that the brand has established itself in the industry despite fierce competition, and City Seasons have managed to position itself as a steady Hotel chain in a record time for this industry.”

“City Seasons Hotels will be opening its 7th property in Dubai. The hotel located next to Burjuman has 200 rooms and suites and is scheduled to open by Summer 2015, bringing the total number of rooms to over 1600, with future openings in the region to reach 2000 rooms,” he added.

Gianni Malerba, general manager of Royal Rose Hotel added: “Royal Rose Abu Dhabi is about Arabian Hospitality combined with the grandeur of French architecture and exquisite interiors inspired from the 17th Century. The 355 elegant rooms feature colours that represent royalty – red, gold and emerald green.

They include 112 Boutique Suites, 20 Luxury and Rose Suites and one Royal Suite. Executive floors offer their own lounges with F&B service. Banquet rooms are as opulent with the Grand Ballroom fitting up to 300 guests. The hotel is perfect for executive travelers as it is just within walking distance from the business hub, government institutions, shopping malls, and other leisure facilities. Some of the other services offered are Cle D’Or Concierge, Limousine transfer, Valet, underground parking, free wifi throughout the hotel and a very elegant Spa and beautiful Gym and Pool areas.

“Another advantage at Royal Rose Abu Dhabi is the spaciousness of its room spanning 35 square meter for a single room to 61 square meter for the Suites”, he added.

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