HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister of Finance and Chairman of Dubai Municipality has approved the Hatta Heritage Inn and Market project, which will be completed at a total cost of Dhs 29mn.
The project has been awarded to one of the multinational construction companies operating in the Emirate of Dubai and the implementation of the project will begin within few days. The project is expected to be operational in the second half of 2015.
Dubai Municipality will commence the implementation of the project located on the main road between Hatta and Oman in an area of 92,500 square feet. The ground floor of the project consists 46 stores and three main restaurants with direct view of the valley adjacent to the building and beautiful surroundings, in addition to the basic required services, such as prayer rooms, toilets and administration office.
The first floor contains a multipurpose hall, 32 hotel rooms and two suites that overlooks into the neighboring valley. From many of the hotel rooms, the visitor can enjoy the whole view of market through the corridors opened directly to the market on the ground floor. 100 cars can park around the market and a special parking area is allocated for tourist buses.
Dubai Municipality has been keen in the design of the project to apply all green building standards so as to ensure that the building will be an eco-friendly one using environmentally friendly building materials. The implementation of this project comes as part of the keenness of Dubai government to meet the service requirements to the society in various fields so as to ensure the provision of quality service.
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.
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