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Skai completes Dubai hotel and residences project

The $1.17 billion Viceroy Palm Jumeirah was completed two weeks ahead of schedule

The Dubai-based real estate and hospitality group Skai has said it has completed its flagship Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai hotel and residences project and will officially open its doors in March 2017.

The $1.17 billion project was recently awarded its building permit and completion certificate, more than two weeks ahead of schedule, said a statement from the UAE developer.

Featuring a striking amphitheatre design, the Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai comprises 477 spacious rooms and suites and 221 signature Viceroy Residences as well as ten restaurants and nightlife settings, a spa, beach, pool, “Kids Only” club and health and wellness areas.

“The completion of our flagship project, Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai, ahead of schedule is testament to Skai’s commitment and confidence in Dubai’s growing hospitality sector,” asserted Kabir Mulchandani, group CEO.

“The completion of the Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai marks the opening of our first hotel in Dubai and is an important milestone in our continued growth in the region,” commented Bill Walshe, the chief executive of Viceroy Hotel Group.

The Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai was also one of the first in Dubai to offer an investment model that enabled buyers to purchase hotel rooms in order to participate in the city’s growing hospitality segment.

“Inspired by the amphitheatre-like design of the hotel, we have embraced the concept of theatre,” remarked Mikael Svensson, general manager of Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai.

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