Ras Al Khaimah’s master developer of freehold properties, Marjan has welcomed the world’s largest Hampton by Hilton to Al Marjan Island, the company’s flagship mega-development and one of the region’s most popular tourist and investment destinations.
According to the statement, Hampton by Hilton Marjan Island has opened its doors to guests in Ras Al Khaimah, offering breathtaking sea and island views from its 515 rooms.
Hampton by Hilton is the fourth global hotel brand to launch on Al Marjan Island, with a development value of $122 million (AED 450 million), adding to the island’s hospitality offering and supporting Ras Al Khaimah’s tourism development strategy.
“Named the Gulf Tourism Capital for 2021 by the Gulf Cooperation Council, Ras Al Khaimah is recognized as the world’s first ‘safe’ city, certified by Bureau Veritas, and the first Emirate to receive the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) ‘Safe Travels’ stamp,” as per the company.
“With the new Hampton by Hilton Marjan Island opening doors to guests, visitors to Ras Al Khaimah have an added hospitality destination to choose, assuring them world-class service and a relaxed beach lifestyle. This will further add to the appeal of Al Marjan Island to visitors, both from within the UAE and abroad, for staycations and longer holidays. We will continue to build the hotel infrastructure in Al Marjan Island to support the government’s focus on establishing the credentials of Ras Al Khaimah as the region’s leading tourist and investment destination.”
The Hampton by Hilton Marjan Island is situated on a pristine 750-meter beach and features an inspirational design that allows guests to enjoy spectacular sea views. The hotel features specialized planted outdoor areas and terraces, with architecture influenced by the motion of the sea.
With four islands, Al Marjan offers a never-before investment destination with 7.8 kilometers of pristine beaches, 23 kilometers of waterfront, 6,500 planned residential units, 8,000 planned hotel rooms, and 400-room wellness retreats, and 600-holiday villas.