Hilton Garden Inn Al Jadaf Helps You Revisit History

Al Jadaf was once at the heart of Dubai’s maritime trade. It was the spot where traditional dhow vessels were built. This locality is now home to the new Hilton hotel that is the centrepiece of the area’s regeneration. “This area is rich in history and it is vital to the UAE that it’s story and culture not only remains but is intertwined into its future developments,” explains Ahmed Al Jafflah, Protocol Manager at the Sheikh Mohamed Centre for Cultural Understanding.

The new hotel, which is part of Hilton’s award-winning midscale Hilton Garden Inn brand, joins three other Hilton Garden Inn properties that are already functioning in Dubai. Owned by Khamas Group of Investments Co’s, the property features 326 contemporary guestrooms with views of Downtown Dubai or the Dubai Creek. The room options include Standard King and Twin Rooms, One Bedroom Suites, and interconnected rooms, perfect for groups or families.“While staying at the beautifully designed hotel, guests can relax by the rooftop pool, work out at the fitness centre, dine at the restaurant or attend an event in one of the spacious meeting rooms,” says Jose Luis Ruiz Arroyo, General Manager of the property.

 What makes this property interesting is the fact that extra care was taken while design the architecture and the interiors so that the structure fits in with the vibe of the location. “The landscape and skyline of Al Jadaf is changing dramatically, and we want to be a part of this change as first-movers. Hilton is celebrating 100 years in 2019; pioneering is in our DNA,” adds José.

Hilton Garden Inn Al Jadaf Dubai UAE
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