Creating outstanding hospitality projects that serve different communities and environments by working with Clients and operators along with manufacturers and suppliers to achieve business goals while maintaining budget limits, DAR AL OMRAN’s designers produced several efficient designs and systems for hospitality projects regionally and internationally including Movenpick, Hyatt, Intercontinental and Rotana.

Hotels shape a memorable experience for travellers of all ages and different backgrounds; they are considered a place for luxurious living whether it is for business or pleasure, social or entertainment purposes as they create an enjoyable stay with access to several pleasure facilities that are specifically designed to meet visitors and guests’ needs and desires.





    Rehab Al Misk Hotel


    Location: Al Madinah -KSA

    Client: Isam Economics

    Built-Up Area: 8000 m2

    Construction Cost: 3,000,000 USD

    Starting Date: 2012

    Completion Date: 2013

    Services Provided: Interior Design


    Project Description:


    The location of the project has inspired the distinctive style of contemporary Islamic design, where it is allocated a few hundred meters away from Al-Haram Al-Nabawi in Al-Madinah Al-Munawara. The hotel was previously a 3-star hotel where the client wished to upgrade the interior into a 7-star hotel welcoming the pilgrims and visitors of Al-Madinah of all seasons.

    The design was inspired by the elements surrounding the hotel, with the use of Islamic patterns in a contemporary manner throughout the hotels main spaces incorporating geometrical designs and 3D walls to give depth and distinctiveness to the interior of the hotel. As for the guest rooms they incorporated the astonishing modern design of 7-star hotels

  • 2013-MAJD SQUARE



    Location: Jubail -  KSA

    Client: Majd Real Estate

    Plot Size: 38,295 m2

    Built-Up Area: 63,000 m2

    Construction Cost: 275,000,000 SAR

    Starting Date: 2013

    Completion Date: 2015

    Services Provided: Master Planning, Architectural and Engineering Design


    Project Description:


    The Majd Square is a Mixed-Use project located in Al Jubail city - Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, at King Faisal Road (west). Three streets of different widths from North, East and West surround the project site. The Project is composed of two main functional areas, which are the Business Park and the Residential compound.  The Business Park is comprised mainly of a three stars hotel tower, office tower, and retail shops. While the residential compound is, a gated community composed of a two, three, and four bedrooms villas types



    Porto Dead Sea – P04


    Location: Dead Sea - Jordan

    Client: Porto Dead Sea – Amer Group

    Plot Size: 19,642 m2

    Built-Up Area: 65,000 m2

    Construction Cost: 52,000,000 JOD

    Starting Date: August 2013

    Completion Date: April 2015

    Services Provided: Architectural, Engineering and Interior Design & Supervision


    Project Description:


    Amer Group is developing Porto Dead Sea Project. The project consists of a variety of commercial, residential, recreational facilities that together create a prestigious, internationally recognized project.

    Amer Group has assigned a Consultant for the Architectural & Master Planning Concept of the project; DAR AL OMRAN’s work started by reviewing the permit drawings for the Architectural
    & Master Plan, ensuring it fulfils all requirements by Jordanian regulations and permit Authority.

    DAR AL OMRAN carried on working on the project and will provide full design services through, Design Development, Detail Design Drawings to Tendering and evaluation





    Location: Dubai  - UAE

    Client: Dubai Cultural Village

    Plot Size: 19,700 m2

    Built-Up Area: 32,800 m2

    Construction Cost: 127,355,000 USD

    Starting Date: 2014

    Completion Date: 2014

    Services Provided: Design Competition, Urban & Architectural Design


    Project Description:


    This project involved a competition to provide initial concept design for a 5 star hotel and serviced apartment, on plot P1-B01 located within phase 1 master plan of the culture village project.

    The project consists of 3 main parts the hotel space, the served apartments space and the F&B space , in addition a shared facilities space that serves these parts , managerial offices, car parking, GYM.

    The philosophy of the project is derived from the idea of creating a design that stems out from the deep values of Dubai local architecture that evolved through a rich history of successive eras and finally inspired strongly by Islamic values. In the attempt of creating an authentic traditional architecture rather than only copying its image, the main idea of the design is to revive the authentic experience of the old city for the site visitor and accommodator. This was done through replicating a trace of an old city urban context and placing it over the site as continuation of the site surrounding context shift. Projecting old city urban grid on plot geometry and limits, resulted in defining masses outlines and setting project basic lines, pathways and axes. This sequential project evolvement sponsored in the creation of an authentic solid void balance similar to what we have in the old city with its intimate and human environment, subconsciously connecting the visitor with old city experience. Path ways which are defined between the buildings masses, are also Extended as traces at the water area between the two fingers of site forming a dancing fountains at day time and taking the form of lines of lights at night continuously connecting the visitor with the project basic concept continuously




    Location: Ras Al Khaima - UAE

    Client: Ministry of Presidential Affairs – Ras Al Khaima

    Plot Size: 55,700 m2

    Built-Up Area: 22,000 m2

    Construction Cost: 170,451,160 AED

    Starting Date: January 2015

    Completion Date: February 2015

    Services Provided: Design Competition


    Project Description:


    Designed to serve the visitors of Sheikh Khalifa Specialist Hospital, the Ras Al Khaimah Hotel Apartments embed themselves within the adjacent desert site by adopting the natural curvature and texture of the Saharan sand dunes, thus, allowing best views and natural daylight for each apartment.

    The natural height hierarchy developed within the dunes is mimicked in the design of the masses of the apartment buildings creating a piece of art marking its presence in the arid desert establishing itself as a key landmark in the area


  • 2016-HYATT PARK








    Location: Dubai - UAE

    Client: The Private Department of H.E. Sheikh Mohammad Bin Khaled AlNahyan

    Plot Size: 30,390m2

    Built-Up Area: 21,209 m2

    Starting Date: 2016

    Completion Date: Ongoing

    Services Provided: Interior Design & Supervision


    Project Description:


    Al Khalidia Palace Hotel is a five-star hotel of 311 key, located in Dubai, UAE. A 10-storey building, in a prominent location, hosts several facilities to serve premium guests. Ground and mezzanine floors contain the main lobby and restaurants, includes a tea bar lounge, all designed specially to fit the style of this hospitality project; a contemporary ambience with an accent of art deco.  Welcoming one’s entrance, a feature water element, highlighting the senses along with the double volume seating area. The brass reception counters reflect the modern cool vibes, and the French oak veneer with grey stain wood wall cladding, spreads further warmth along the space. A main elevator lobby wall with back lit onyx, is noticeably extravagant, decorated with brass motifs and pendant crystals overhead. Other health facilities include a spa center, gym, and juice bar located at the outdoor poolside. All guest rooms have been carefully created with essential comfort and an up to date look. Room types with higher categories are furnished with luxurious pieces of furniture and fabrics such as the junior guest rooms, Executive suites and primarily; the Royal suites on the upper floors. The hotel also accommodates four multipurpose halls, decorated with fine wood and fabric wall cladding, crystal chandeliers and operable partitions to allow for a variety of functions and events.