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Hyatt Hotels Announces Plans For Andaz Dubai La Mer

Hyatt Hotels Corp.(H) said that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement with wasl Asset Management Group, real estate development and management company in Dubai, for the development of an Andaz-branded hotel at La Mer—a vibrant lifestyle district in the coastal area of Jumeirah. Expected to open in 2020, the property will become the first Andaz-branded hotel in Dubai and the second Andaz hotel in the United Arab Emirates, joining Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi (expected to open in the fourth-quarter of 2018).

the company noted that Andaz Dubai La Mer will feature 156 rooms and suites, with 409-square-foot (38-square-meter) residential-style guestrooms highlighting key elements of the city through décor and design. The hotel will offer two restaurants and a rooftop bar and pool area with stunning panoramic views. Meeting facilities, available to guests and locals, will encompass two residential-style studio rooms.

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