Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts has taken over management and sales for Dar Al Sondos Hotel Apartments in Dubai.
The 144-unit property adds another accommodation segment to the group’s offering in the UAE, said Naif Zureikat, general manager of the property, as well as Al Sondos Suites by Le Meridien in Deira.
“We have every convenience available, from satellite television and microwaves to a state-of-the-art fitness centre and pool,” he said. gym, sauna and steam rooms.
There is also a free shuttle service to the beach from the hotel, which enjoys a central location in Rolla Street in Bur Dubai.
Resident manager Pierre Aoun added: “For those seeking quality accommodation, with the service delivery promise of a recognised international hotel group, there is now another choice in Dubai.
“Dar Al Sondos Hotel Apartments by Le Meridien offers everything a visitor needs during their stay, and he or she will get value accommodation without paying for those hidden extras.”
Other facilities include a business centre with Internet access; café restaurant and lobby lounge serving international cuisine with breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, plus a health centre with rooftop pool, Zureikat said the each studio was fully equipped for all the needs of both leisure and business guests.
Dar Al Sondos Hotel Apartments is the latest addition to Le Meridien’s portfolio in Dubai, where it already manages two beachfront properties as well as Le Meridien Dubai at the airport and the Al Sondos Suites by Le Meridien.
The group also operates resorts in Fujairah and Abu Dhabi, as well as Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi that will be formerly relaunched shortly, and has several other projects in the pipeline in Dubai.
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