A Global hospitality management group launched its heritage structure called Swiss-Belresort Ghantoot from a palace of the Abu Dhabi ruler situated on the coast of the Arabian Gulf.
According to the chairman and president of the hotel group, the Swiss-Belresort Ghantoot is an esteemed addition to their portfolio, a wonderful, valued property. The group is on currently in the middle of expansion and growth in the Middle East as three more hotels are expected set to be opened before the end of next year.
The recently redecorated architecture of the resort exudes Arabian luxury and style, accentuated with golden walls, high domed ceilings, huge balconies and generous living spaces. The facilities of the former palace includes a gymnasium, health club with squash courts, billiards, table tennis, rooms for steam, sauna and jacuzzi with massages performed by skilled therapists.
The resort was coupled last month by Swiss-Belinn Ghurbrah launched Oman, Swiss-Belhotel Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, Swiss-Belhotel Seef in Bahrain and Swiss-Belhotel Erbil launched in Iraq and set to open by 2015 for a total of seven hotels. Swiss-Belhotel International currently manages the Qatar’s Swiss-Belhotel in Doha, Swiss-Belhotel Plaza in Kuwait, and Bahrain’s Swiss-Belhotel Seef.