Written by Ashley Waterman.
A property investment in UAE is on track to welcome guests by next year, it has been reported.
The low cost tour operator Air Arabia announced its new 300-room hotel should be finished by April 2010 and will offer travellers comfort and convenience.
Contemporary architecture will make Centro by Rotana, which is based at Sharjah Airport, particular distinctive, the people behind the project asserted.
People who stay in the accommodation can expect a dining room, wireless internet connectivity, a gym, swimming pools, as well as meeting rooms and business centres.
Chief executive officer of Air Arabia Adel Ali explained the hotel is part of the airlines plans to grow.
"We are confident that Centro will further improve the hospitality experience at Sharjah Airport," he said.
"In addition to enhancing the services offered by Air Arabia, the hotel will also strengthen ancillary revenues."
The airline served 1,953 million passengers during the first six months of 2009 – a 20 per cent increase from the same period for the year before.