Fairmont Ajman hotel opens in UAE

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has opened the 252-room Fairmont Ajman beachside resort on the smallest emirate of the UAE.

Fairmont Ajman, UAE
Fairmont Ajman, UAE

The 14-storey hotel is located on a stretch of beach surrounded by local shopping malls, entertainment and historical attractions, and within easy reach of Dubai International Airport. 

The hotel features versatile event areas designed to suit a variety of functions from boardroom meetings to large-scale dinners. The largest space is the ballroom, which can up to 350 guests for a seated dinner and up to 1,200 for a cocktail reception.

Other facilities at the resort include an infinity pool, a spa and fitness centre, and seven difference restaurants and lounges, including an Arabian-themed nightclub and a signature Turkish restaurant that will open later in the year.

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