Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) signs fourth Taj Hotel in Dubai

By Andrew Woods
Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) announced the signing of a new Taj hotel at the Deira Creek in Dubai in partnership with Ithra Dubai LLC, a wholly...

Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) announced the signing of a new Taj hotel at the Deira Creek in Dubai in partnership with Ithra Dubai LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD) on Tuesday. 

The new Taj hotel is a Greenfield project slated to open in early 2022. This hotel will be part of Deira Waterfront Development – one of Dubai’s rejuvenation projects. The hotel will have about 200 rooms and suites and will include all-day dining and specialty restaurants, a bar and lounge, banqueting facilities and a spa. 

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IHCL also operates Taj Dubai in downtown Business Bay and has two new hotels, Taj Jumeirah Lake Towers and Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, The Palm, Dubai opening in late 2018 and 2019 respectively. 

Issam Galadari, Chief Executive Director, Ithra Dubai LLC, said: “We are delighted to partner with The Indian Hotels Company Limited and look forward to working with them to bring the iconic Taj brand to the Deira Waterfront Development in Dubai.”

Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) said: “The Middle East is a significant market for IHCL. We are honoured to partner with Ithra Dubai for this new hotel in Deira - the historical and cultural center of Dubai. IHCL has a long tradition of managing marquee hotels with rich heritage links across the world.” 
 

 

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