The WB Abu Dhabi will feature more than 250 rooms over eight levels, with modern décor that celebrates Warner Bros.’ extensive film and television library.
“With our growth acceleration in the luxury segment, we will have the opportunity to care for more travelers around the globe through a range of differentiated high-end experiences,” said Mark Vondrasek, chief commercial officer, Hyatt.
It will comprise 200 guest rooms – including 30 chalets. Leisure facilities will include a spa, a fitness center, a swimming pool and a play area for kids.
Located within the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Natural Reserve, the 3,800-square kilometer project will form the heart of the Riviera of the Middle East.
Rosewood Doha and Rosewood Residences Doha will consist of an ultra-luxury hotel with 185 guestrooms and suites, 173 serviced apartments for long-term stays and 300 residences available for purchase.
The project brings 93 luxurious accommodation options, five dining outlets including an Arabian Cultural Village, an Anantara Spa, a Kids Club, floodlit tennis courts and a fitness club with yoga studio.
Farouk will oversee operations across all departments throughout the hotel, including its 650 rooms, and three food and beverage outlets.
The hotel is the second W Hotel to open this year in the UAE after W Dubai – The Palm, and is the only in the world located atop a Grand Prix racetrack.