Sheraton Dubai set to reopen
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The Dubai Municipality is expecting number of visitors to the area to double to four million following UNESCO registration, generating extra revenue of AED10 billion per year, according to Rashid Bukhash, director of the Architectural Heritage Department.
In line with the Dubai Municipality’s vision to reaffirm the Creek’s position as a bustling trade, tourism and hospitality hub, the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers is set to reopen its doors. The opening is scheduled for 9 April, following a US$50 million renovation and refurbishment project of its guestrooms, public spaces and restaurants.
Dubai Municipality is investing in a number of projects, including expansion and refurbishment of existing attractions, aimed at supporting the UNESCO bid.
The 268-fully refurbished rooms and suites cater for both business and leisure travellers. The refurbished Vivaldi, showcases an authentic Italian restaurant with a new creative menu.
Catering well for business traveller, the extensive meeting and function rooms can accommodate up to 500 guests with its four breakout rooms located in the executive conference centre.
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