Rixos Hotel Chain expands from East to West21/02/2014
Rixos Hotel Chain expands from East to West
Three New Establishments added to Rixos in UAE , Russia and Switzerland
Rixos Hotels, the fast-growing Turkish hospitality chain, decided to bring its world-class luxury services into new international territories by establishing three new hotels in Switzerland, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
In Switzerland, the 146-year-old Rixos Flüela Davos, which made its mark within the hospitality sphere in 1868, turned into an outstanding hotel combining rich heritage, luxury, and unmatched services. Located in the heart of Davos, the World Economic Forum host city, and few steps away from the popular ski resorts of Pischa and Jakobshorn, the 49-room new Rixos Flüela Davos hotel opened its doors on January 22, 2014.
As the Russian city of Sochi is getting ready for the world's most celebrated winter sports event to be held in February, the Winter Olympics 2014, the leading Turkish hotel chain has started the countdown to open its new Rixos Krasnaya Polyana Sochi. Featuring 114 rooms, Turkish Hammam, Sauna, Olympic-size swimming pool, and a diverse selection of cuisines, the new establishment offers its visitors a unique and pleasant stay in the heart of Gorky Gorod, within a walking distance from the well-connected Russian rail terminals.
Having opened Rixos The Palm, Dubai, in March 2012, the iconic Turkish chain decided to add a new expansion to its UAE properties, by establishing Rixos Bab Al Bahr hotel, set to open its doors on February 15th, 2014. Located in Al Majran Island, Ras Al Khaimah, the new establishment maintains Rixos's warm hospitality, Turkish and international cuisines, diverse selection of relaxing rooms, while supplementing them with a majestic Arabian glamour of untouched deserts, mountainous landscapes, only 45 minutes away from the vibrant Dubai.
The establishment of the new hotels comes to reaffirm the dedication of Rixos to offer its masterful services and hospitality to key regions as diverse as Turkey, Europe, CIS Countries, North Africa, Gulf Countries, and the Middle East.