Marriott to open beachfront Le Méridien resort in Ras Al Khaimah

Marriott to open beachfront Le Méridien resort in Ras Al Khaimah

The 350-key Le Méridien Al Marjan Island Resort & Spa will launch in 2026

Marriott International and Three Musketeers Hospitality (TMH) have signed an agreement to bring a new Le Méridien hotel to a beachfront location in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.

Le Méridien Al Marjan Island Resort & Spa will feature 350 contemporary guest rooms with ocean views. Onsite facilities will include seven food and beverage venues, a fitness centre, swimming pool, spa and kids club. 

The property will reflect Le Méridien’s "spirit of savouring the good life" and feature signature brand programmes and spaces, such as Le Méridien Hub – a modern reinterpretation of the traditional hotel lobby.

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Marjan, the master-developer of freehold properties in Ras Al Khaimah, has welcomed the signing of the agreement.

Marjan chief executive officer Abdulla Abdouli said: “We're delighted that Marriott International is bringing the premium and distinctive experiences of Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts to our residents and visitors on Al Marjan Island.

“The growing portfolio of bold and ambitious integrated projects on the island are redefining waterfront living in the UAE and attracting more investments into the Emirate. 

"Marriott International’s new Le Méridien Al Marjan Island Resort & Spa is a natural fit on Al Marjan Island, which continues to grow its hotel inventory and enrich its appeal as an investment and lifestyle destination.”


Marriott International vice president of Development, Middle East, Saahil Lalit said: "We are excited to work with Three Musketeers Hospitality to bring Le Méridien’s contemporary design, engaging spaces and signature programming to Al Marjan Island. 

"Ras Al Khaimah continues to grow as a sought-after leisure destination, and through our current portfolio and upcoming developments we look forward to supporting the overall growth of the tourism sector in the Emirate.”

Having welcomed 1.13 million overnight visitors in 2022, a 16% increase in tourist arrivals compared to the previous year, Ras Al Khaimah is set for huge growth across its hospitality and tourism sectors.

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