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These hotels will broaden the chain’s footprint from the Gulf to the Mediterranean, with 16 properties situated in UAE, Doha, Saudi Arabia.
The five-star property offers a spacious landscape of over 255.000 square meters, alongside 410 suites as well as villas,
The resort provides guests with a whole host of water sports, a private beach and a large infinity pool alongside a children’s club.
The hotel also features 246 rooms and suites, as well as 84 beach villas and the signature Arabian village with 31 villas.
The partnership has been signed ahead of AlUla’s official opening to the world as a year-round destination in October 2020.
The resort’s 103 guest rooms and villas feature traditional Arabesque flourishes, mashrabiya detailing, and Bedouin accessories.
Epique Island was developed in 2014 with an investment of €200 million Euros and has since generated 6,000 jobs in the country.
The new-build beachfront resort will be situated at a Blue Flag beach east of Limassol, one of the island’s most cosmopolitan cities.