Man-Made Marjan Island to Have a Multibillion-dollar integrated Resort

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 26 January 2022
Man-Made Marjan Island to Have a Multibillion-dollar integrated Resort
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Ras Al Khaimah’s man-made Al Marjan Island is gearing up to have a multibillion-dollar integrated resort.

Scheduled to open in 2026, the multi-purpose integrated resort will be the largest-of-its-kind foreign direct investment and the first in the Mena region by casino giant Wynn Resorts

Man-Made Marjan Island to Have a Multibillion-dollar integrated Resort

The planned destination will feature a luxury hotel with more than 1,000 rooms, a shopping mall, a meeting and convention facility, a spa, more than 10 restaurants and lounges, entertainment choices and a “gaming area”.

Al Marjan comprises four islands, and has over 7.8km of beaches and 23km of waterfront that are home to hotels and residential developments.

It spans an area of 2.7 million-sqm of reclaimed land extending into the Arabian Gulf.

The new integrated resort on one of the “exclusive islands” covers an area of almost 250,000 sqm. It has sandy beaches and a marina.

As the largest project of its kind in the Emirate’s hospitality sector, it will create substantial value to the local economy by accelerating tourism, creating jobs, and energising the growth of related sectors.