Rotana soft opens its first five-star hotel in Sulaymaniyah

Rotana soft opens its first five-star hotel in Sulaymaniyah

Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the region, announced the soft opening of Slemani Rotana in the heart of Sulaymaniyah.

The new five-star property marks the company’s fourth hotel in the country after Erbil Rotana, Erbil Arjaan by Rotana and Babylon Rotana, Baghdad.

Slemani Rotana features 240 rooms and suites as well as a wide range of services, amenities, business and wellness facilities, including a gym, spa, and a piano bar.

The property offers five diverse dining options and five meeting venues. The ballroom can accommodate up to 450 people.


Other facilities are set to include Bodylines fitness and wellness club, with outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a gym, a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and specialized massage treatment rooms.

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