Hard Rock Hotel Dubai Marina to Open in 2015
- Oct 30, 2014
Dubai—Hard Rock International, Abu Dhabi Financial Group (ADFG) and Sheffield Holdings recently announced that a Hard Rock Hotel will occupy the first 33 floors of Dubai’s Marina 101 tower. Once completed, the 1,399-foot tall Marina 101 will become the world’s tallest residential building and the second tallest tower in the United Arab Emirates.
Marina 101 will house the Middle East’s first Hard Rock International property, a five-star, 281-room Hard Rock Hotel scheduled to open in mid-2015. According to a news release, the hotel will feature a soon-to-be-unveiled club lounge and dining facility in the building’s 101st floor, and unique amenities such as the Rock Spa and the Body Rock workout facility. Hard Rock Hotel Dubai Marina will also feature expansive event and meeting space, legendary music memorabilia, a world famous Rock Shop and The Sound of Your Stay, a unique music amenity program.
“As an ongoing effort to continue expanding the Hard Rock Hotels portfolio, we are thrilled to announce Hard Rock Hotel Dubai Marina with experienced partners like the Abu Dhabi Financial Group,” says Hamish Dodds, chief executive officer of Hard Rock International. “We look forward to launching out hotel product to a region already familiar with and embracing of our café brand.”
Located in the popular Dubai Marina neighborhood, the Marina 101 tower will feature five restaurants, 252 one-, 204 two-, and 42 three-bedroom apartments with six duplex penthouses from the 97th to the 100th floor. Additionally, the tower developed by Sheffield Holdings will feature a number of health clubs and swimming pools on different levels. Scheduled for completion in December 2014, Marina 101 is conveniently located in close proximity to other popular projects in the area, such as Jumeirah Beach, Marina Walk, Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City, as well as famous leisure and shopping destinations such as Mall of the Emirates and The Dubai Mall.
“We are pleased to bring the Hard Rock Hotel Dubai to the Marina 101 development at a time where Dubai’s tourism sector is experiencing continued rapid growth,” says Jassim Alseddiqi, chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi Financial Group.