Sheikh Hamdan approves luxury resort project in Hatta
Overlooking the valley and the hills of Oman
Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, son of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and deputy ruler of Dubai, has approved plans for the Hatta Heritage Inn and Market project, meaning that construction is likely to start within days.
The exciting tourism project – which will cost in the region of Dhs29 million ($7.89 million) to build, has been awarded with a completion date of the second half of next year, states Dubai Municipality today.
The project is located on the main road between Hatta and Oman and features a hotel complex, retail areas and and restaurants in an area of 92,500 square feet.
The ground floor will consist of 46 stores and three main restaurants, in addition to prayer rooms and administration offices, all overlooking the neighbouring valley.
The statement finished, "The project also aims to develop a commercial complex for entertainment featuring a range of professions and traditional activities with a modern and trendy approach to reflect the spirit of the past and present, as well as a heritage landmark and prominent tourist attraction in Hatta."