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The Residence by Rotana

The Residence by Rotana

‘The Residence by Rotana’ is an architecturally stunning twin high-rise development designed by the world renowned architectural firm ‘Nikken Sekkei’ and the latest development in Dubai from Cayan Group. The project is strategically located on Umm Suqeim road, within the newly establishing ‘Barsha South’ community of Dubai.

Private Residences by Rotana

    Under the brand and management of Rotana, the Residences shall offer hotel quality service and standards on an a la carte basis. The Residences will deliver a level of service and lifestyle fitting a high-end hotel, 365 days a year, while still maintaining the privacy, personality and comfort of your very own home.

Hotel Apartments by Rotana

The Residence by Rotana offers a collection of luxurious hotel apartments, fully furnished and operated by the distinguished and experienced Rotana Hotel Management. Investors and guests alike can select from Studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites, offering high-end finishes and world-class hotel services. The Residence by Rotana will redefine the standard for hotel apartments in Dubai and be a highly demanded destination for holiday and business travelers alike.

Services and Facilities

Resident’s and hotel guests will enjoy the full suite of premium hotel services and facilities from Rotana. From the moment you arrive, you’ll experience a level of hospitality that will have you feeling like a VIP every day of the year.

About Rotana

Rotana Hotel Management Corporation (Rotana) was founded in 1992, and today is one of the leading hotel management companies in the Middle East, Africa, South Asia and Eastern Europe. Rotana offers a unique understanding of the culture and communities of the Middle East combined with the collective expertise of an executive team, that contributes years of international experience in the Hospitality industry

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