Hotel Bosmal Arjaan by Rotana in Sarajevo has officially opened its doors, and the hotel has 132 fully furnished two-bedroom and three-bedroom hotel suites, according to their website.
A classic apartment for one to 3 persons costs 183 BAM per night (plus 4 KM taxes and fees), with breakfast included 222 BAM.
To recall, Rotana, one of the largest companies of this type in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, signed a contract according to which it will manage Bosmal, which will become a hotel.
“Bosmal Arjaan by Rotana is a modern hotel in Sarajevo, the capital city of BiH. It will provide the best entertainment and hospitality services, as well as the possibility for organizing conferences. It is intended for guests who appreciate the convenience, comfort, and experience of a city lifestyle. The hotel will offer a total of 130 accommodation units,” as noted from the hotel.
According to the announcement, the hotel should include swimming pools, saunas, Turkish bath, gym and numerous other facilities.
It is interesting that Rotana took over the management of the hotel Cayan Tower in Dubai at the same time as Bosmal. The opening of Cayan Tower was announced in the third quarter of 2018.
All of this indicates that Bosmal Arjaan will bring something new to Sarajevo, which is becoming an increasingly important destination on the map of tourist as well as business people every year.
Strategically located at the Bosmal City Centre complex in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital city, Sarajevo, Bosmal Arjaan by Rotana will be the second tallest residential tower in the Balkans region. Managed under the ‘Arjaan Hotel Apartments by Rotana’ brand, the property will feature 130 two and three-bedroom units, in addition to a gymnasium, two indoor pools, a sauna, a Turkish bath, and multiple treatment rooms.
To recall, Al Thani Ltd. Sarajevo company purchased most of the premises in the Residence and Business Complex Bosmal in Sarajevo for 35.2 million BAM, as confirmed by the Municipal Court in Sarajevo.
As reported earlier, one of the members of the Qatar royal family Al Thani, Shaykh Zayed Mohammed bin Zayed, who lives in the United Arab Emirates, purchased most of the premises in Bosmal from UniCredit Bank Ltd. Mostar.