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SuperCasa to build hotel on RAK's Al Marjan Island

The luxury hotel, located on Ras Al Khaimah's first man-made island, will have 320 rooms, dining facilities, a pool, spa and gym facilities

The five-star hotel will be located on Al Marjan Island.
The five-star hotel will be located on Al Marjan Island.

Developer SuperCasa has unveiled plans for its first five-star hotel on Al Marjan Island.

The luxury hotel, located on a 75,000 sq ft plot on Ras Al Khaimah's first man-made island, will have 320 beach-facing rooms, four dining facilities, a pool, spa and gym facilities. 

Construction is scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2016, with completion set for the end of 2018, Arabian Business reported citing a SuperCasa statement.

Abdulrahman Al Houti, director, SuperCasa, said: "We are delighted to announce our first hotel investment on Al Marjan Island.

"The ambitious project has been designed to become an iconic five-star property on Al Marjan Island.

"As a developer, we will ensure project completion in two years, to deliver a world-class luxury property by 2019.

"Investing in RAK is attractive due to huge advantages enjoyed by investors, as well as quick ROI and growth opportunities.

"We have selected Al Marjan Island because of the high guest numbers all year round.

The announcement follows Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority's (RAK TDA) plan to boost tourism revenues to (AED4bn) and attract one million visitors to the emirate by the end of 2018.

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