New sensation in Dubai: world’s largest shopping mall and remake of the Taj Mahal

TOPHOTELPROJECTS: 67 new top hotels with 26,600 in the pipeline

(Dubai, UAE – 27th November 2012) The real estate boom in Dubai is back on track: with amazing projects and the construction of numerous new top hotels, further glitter facades arise in the metropolis at the Arabian Gulf. In two years a replica of the famous Indian Taj Mahal monument will be inaugurated. Dubai’s monarch Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum gave the go-ahead for the planning of the world’s largest shopping mall, including a huge park in the centre of Dubai. According to TOPHOTELPROJECTS (www.tophotelprojects.com), the worldwide leading provider of global b2b hotel data there are currently 67 new first class and luxury hotels are in the pipeline, among them exclusive hotel brands such as Rosewood, Oberoi and Four Seasons.

A replica of the famous Indian monument Taj Mahal will become a hotel in Dubai

A replica of the famous Indian monument Taj Mahal will become a hotel in Dubai

Bridal pairs are a prime target group to visit Dubai: a real estate investor from the United Arabian Emirate (UAE) will rebuild the famous Indian monument Taj Mahal at the Arabian Gulf. The complex will cost round about one billion US-Dollars and will feature a 300-room hotel, shopping facilities and other buildings. Its inauguration is scheduled for 2014. The planning for the new “City of Love” also includes famous replicas of the Paris Eiffel Tower, the Giza Pyramids, Great Wall of China, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon as well as the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The theme park “Taj Arabia” is envisaged to become the top destination for international honeymooners. It is part of Dubai’s major project “Falconcity of Wonders” (“the entire world in only one city”). The Link Global Group with Arun Mehra is the developer of this mega project.

Dubai’s monarch Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum will build the world’s largest shopping mall

Dubai’s monarch Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum will build the world’s largest shopping mall

Dubai’s monarch Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum intends to attract more tourists with a multi-billion-dollar project – the world’s largest shopping mall, the „Mall of the World“. A huge amusement park for families, an entertainment centre with the Universal Studios, hotels, art gallery and several golf courses arise in prime location in the “Mohammad Bin Rashid Gardens”. In charge of its development will be the public real estate companies Dubai Holding and Emaar Properties. Both companies were also driving the construction of the worldwide highest tower Burj Khalifa with its Armani Hotel in the past. An official opening date still remains to be determined. The whole complex should receive up to 35 million visitors per year.

Plenty of other new hotels operated by exclusive hotel brands will also arise on the Dubai skyline. In January 2013 the St. Regis Hotel & Residences Business Bay Dubai (220 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 4188) will be inaugurated; another St. Regis hotel (241 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 13852) will open its doors in 2017. March next year will see the grand opening of The Oberoi Dubai (250 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 6838). In July 2013 the Conrad Dubai (552 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 2978) is due to open. The Rosewood Dubai (250 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 2379) is expected to open early 2014 as well as the Taj Arabia (300 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 15033) The Four Season Resort Dubai (237 rooms, TOPHOTELPROJECTS Nr. 14121) will open in June 2014.

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