The five-star hotel opened by 2015 in Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates and is home to a typical Suk all good things come in threes: in less than two years, the Al bait Sharjah opened hotel in the United Arab Emirates, on an area of ten hectares. Thus, the luxury hotel group GHM from Singapore next to the Chedi Muscat and the Chedi Khorfakkan her portfolio extends to another object on the Arabian peninsula. The House offers 54 rooms in four different categories, also a spa area as well as several restaurants including a traditional Arabic tea and coffee house. In addition it is venue of souks, which is integrated into the resort. The design reflects Arab flair at Bait Al Sharjah: wall lanterns, porticoes with arch, Tachterrassen and reverse wound paths that run between the various buildings and increase the atmosphere of 1001 nights.

Five of the houses within the emerging new hotel complex are regarded as cultural heritage, they were formerly important locals. The receipt This building with respect to the traditional construction method and its function is a key element of the project. Coral walls preserved until today support one of these houses, another will be converted to the library and the Museum. The Suk Al Arsa is a traditional market, which will wind through between the buildings of the hotel. As a sort of pedestrian, he should create a lively and interactive experience for the guests. We blend the lines between the destination and the hotel in a manner, which missed the special icing on the cake, each stay”said GHM President Hans R. Jenni. The integration of Al-bait in the environment promotes the charm and character of the destination.

This way we ensure a direct and enriching experience with the typical life in the enchanting Sharjah.” The hotel project is a key element of the comprehensive cultural heritage initiative in the heart of Sharjah,”which was launched by the Government of the United Arab Emirates in the life. The completion of the overall project is planned for the year 2025 and will include a number of historical landmarks, which reflect the characteristics of the previous Sharjah. As an architect of the project, GAJ is responsible, a UK-based company, which has carried out several projects in the United Arab Emirates. GHM has the management of the same partners of the recently signed contract with the Chedi Khorfakkan agreement with the Sharjah investment and Development Authority (Shurooq). Shurooq’s ambitions are not commercial, but aimed purely at cultural backgrounds. With this project we want to enhance the position and the importance of the Emirates,”so Marwan bin Jassim Al Sarkal, CEO of Shurooq. About GHM – General Hotel Management Ltd. Al bait Sharjah hotel is run by the Asian hotel management company General Hotel Management Ltd (GHM) based in Singapore. Founded in 1992 by Adrian Zecha and Hans Jenni, GHM is market leader for the development and management of stylish luxury hotels. All the houses are individually designed, Elements of the country pick up and have a particular design. The current GHM portfolio includes: the Legian Bali, Indonesia the Club at the Legian Bali, Indonesia the Nam Hai Hoi an, Viet Nam of the Ananti-Kumgang mountains, North Korea the Chedi Club Tanah Gajah, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia the Chedi Muscat, Oman The Chedi Chiang Mai, Thailand following GHM hotels are under development: the Aayu Mumbai, India the Chedi Club Suzhou, China the Chedi Andermatt, Switzerland The Chedi Tamouda Bay, Morocco the Chedi Qutub, New Delhi, India the Chedi Tomakomai, Hokkaido, Japan Al bait Sharjah, U.A.E. The Chedi Khorfakkan, Sharjah, U.A.E.