Jumeirah (hotel chain)
|Founded||1997 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Headquarters||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
In 2011, the Jumeirah Shanghai hotel opened. As of 2012, Jumeirah's expansion plans include projects currently under development in India, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, China, Jordan, Qatar, Thailand, Egypt, Morocco, Indonesia, Azerbaijan and the Caribbean.
In 2016, the Jumeirah Group announced its expansion plan of 10 hotels in Asia, including 8 in China. In December 2016, Gerald Lawless, the president and CEO of the Jumeirah hotels for 18 years, stepped down, replaced by Stefan Leser.
Jumeirah's activities include management of Wild Wadi Waterpark, spa brand Talise, Jumeirah Restaurants (the company's restaurant division) and runs both The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management and Jumeirah Hospitality.
The president and CEO of Jumeirah Group is Stefan Leser.
- Burj Al Arab
- Jumeirah Beach Hotel
- Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel
- Madinat Jumeirah
- Wild Wadi Waterpark
- The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management
- Jumeirah Frankfurt
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