Al Bait Sharjah in UAE Will Open September 1

Twenty miles from Dubai, General Hotel Management will launch its newest property, Al Bait Sharjah. Opening September 1, the new hotel provides a luxury stay in the middle of a historical restoration project.

The luxury hotel will offer 53 guest rooms and suites. The property’s spa provides men’s and women’s relaxation lounges, hammam, steam room and sauna.  Guests can visit one of the resort’s five treatment rooms for holistic treatments from the Far East. A 15-meter pool and a 24-hour fitness facility are also available.

Four dining offerings will provide visitors with a variety of options. The Restaurant will serve international food, while The Arabic Restaurant will offer family-style local classics. The hotel will serve Turkish dondurma ice cream at The Ice Cream Shop and Arabic or Turkish coffee at The Café.

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Al Bait Sharjah will be located in the Heart of Sharjah, a restoration project that follows the city’s traditional architecture. The endeavor looks to revitalize the historic district and transform its restaurants, cafes, art galleries and bazaars.

General Hotel Management, founded in 1992, specializes in developing accommodations with a connection to the local culture, creating an authentic experience for the guest. The company operates properties in Indonesia, Montenegro, Oman and Switzerland. It is also working on developing new locations in India, China, Montenegro, UAE and Taiwan.

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