The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is cementing its position as a popular destination with the recent announcement of a JW Marriott facility on Al Marjan island, which would be part of Wynn Resorts’ projected integrated resort. The enormous project is expected to attract around 5 million visitors each year and is set to open its doors by the end of 2026. The complex has 524 dwellings, including luxury penthouses, as well as 300 guest rooms.
Marjan CEO Arch Abdula Al Abdouli expressed excitement about the venture, stating that “JW Marriott Al Marjan Island Resort & JW Marriott Residences Al Marjan Island are a luxury offering that will boost investment opportunities for both homeowners and tourists keen on enjoying the perks of waterfront living in prime leisure hubs.”
Al Marjan Island has played a critical part in raising the UAE’s status as a prospective gambling destination, with Wynn Resorts planning a big entrance into the industry, with plans to open by early 2027. The current statement involving the JW Marriott property may signal an acceleration of the project’s timeline, perhaps correlating with Wynn’s attempts to win the emirate’s first casino license. As the UAE continues to make achievements in the hospitality and entertainment sectors, the addition of luxury properties and integrated resorts demonstrates the country’s dedication to attracting global visitors and investors alike.
Original story by: Asia Gaming Brief
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