The global real estate advisor said it valued over 75 hospitality assets totaling approximately $15bn over the last year
Valuation and technical due diligence advisory services on Aldar Properties’ purchase of the DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa, Al Marjan Island was provided by global real estate advisor CBRE. The hotel acquisition deal is said to be worth US $221mn.
According to CBRE, the Ras Al Khaimah property has been operational since 2014, has 723 keys and is a family resort destination, with a range of global culinary experiences, activities and entertainment.
“We are pleased to have been able to support Aldar with this initiative. After having seen sustained investment within Ras al Khaimah’s hospitality market over the past decade, it is great to see a transaction like this. As the market continues to develop, we will continue to see pockets of value emerge outside the traditional hubs of Abu Dhabi and Dubai,” said Ali Manzoor, Head of Hotels & Tourism at CBRE Middle East.
Over the last year, CBRE’s Middle East Hotels & Tourism team has valued over 75 hospitality assets totaling over 20,000 keys and $15bn in value, the statement revealed. The firm is also said to have advised on key landmark projects in the region, including the largest hotel transactions in the Middle East at a total value of $5.5bn.