Damac to pick Dubai hotel operator in 2017

Tower A of Damac Maison de Ville Artesia is being developed as a four-star hotel, and its operator will be selected imminently, an official told Construction Week

An operator to manage Artesia's four-star Tower A hotel will be picked this year, Damac confirmed [image: chinaconstruction.ae].
An operator to manage Artesia's four-star Tower A hotel will be picked this year, Damac confirmed [image: chinaconstruction.ae].

An operator for Damac Properties' upcoming four-star hotel in Dubailand will be picked by the end of this year, a company official told Construction Week.

The hotel is being developed as one of the four towers that make up Damac Maison de Ville Artesia, a $177m (AED650m) development in Dubailand. 

VIDEO: Artesia hotel's construction site in Dubai

Niall Mc Loughlin, senior vice president at Damac Properties, said the company would, by the end of Q4 2017, name an operator to manage Artesia's Tower A as a hotel. 

Tower A is 28 floors tall and comprises 473 units. 

IN PICTURES: CSCEC ME at Artesia construction site

Meanwhile, Towers B, C, and D of Artesia will comprise hotel apartments, with the overall development set to comprise 1,214 units.

China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) Middle East is the project's main contractor, and is also providing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) services for the development. 

An in-depth study of Artesia's construction site and programme will be included in issue 662 of Construction Week, which will be published on Saturday, 15 July, 2017.

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