Deyaar Development and Millennium opens new hotel in Business Bay

30-storey Millennium Atria Business Bay hotel apartment tower will be the first project under Deyaar’s hospitality portfolio

Millennium Hotels and Resorts (Middle East and Africa) has opened its 40th property, the Millennium Atria Business Bay, in partnership with UAE-based developer Deyaar Development.

Developed by Deyaar Development, phase one of the opening will cover 156 apartments out of the hotel’s total 347 units consisting of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, penthouses, as well as duplex apartments designed by YOO studio.

Kevork Deldelian, the chief operating officer of Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MEA), said: “The opening of the Millennium Atria Business Bay reflects our strong and long-term commitment to the UAE’s hospitality sector, where we are expanding our footprint very fast.”

Christian Palacin, the general manager of the Millennium Atria Business Bay, said: “Business Bay is a very popular place for people to live and work and our property enjoys the ideal location for business as well as for leisure clients.”

The 30-storey hotel apartment tower will be the first project under Deyaar’s hospitality portfolio. Other facilities at the tower such as the Laguna Restaurant, Grab and Go, Podium Terrace and Kids Club, the fitness centre and the infinity pool on 25th floor will be available for guests during their stay, the company said in a statement.

“We are proud to see Deyaar’s first hospitality project commence its operations,” said Selim El Zein, the assistant VP for Hospitality at Deeyar Development. “This opening shows commitment to our vision to diversify our real estate portfolio, as well as the returns for our investors, to complement the value-added services Deyaar offers. Millennium Atria Business Bay will be a landmark in Dubai’s strong hospitality sector.”

“Millennium Atria Business Bay offers the largest apartments in the area with a unique design and all the modern technology.  Besides, its opening could not have come at a more appropriate time – ready to serve the increased number of tourists ahead of the Expo 2020,” concluded Palacin.


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