The glittering five stars property defines luxurious hospitality standards in Iraq while being one of the gem stones in the historic city of Erbil.
Conveniently located ten minutes away from Erbil International Airport and in the midst of the Fairground as well as business centers. Uniquely adjacent to the English and Italian villages and overlooking the breathtaking Sami Abdul Rahman park; one of the largest parks in the Middle East. The hotel’s exceptional location also gives an opportunity to explore touristic sites such as the historical “Citadel” and downtown bazaars, making the property convenient for the business and leisure travelers.
Equipped with 201 specious rooms and suites, 7 high-tech meeting rooms and event venues, world-class Gym and Zen the spa, 5 international restaurants with mesmerizing food adhering to all tastes and served by friendly, professional and efficient staff.
Erbil is the third-largest city in Iraq after Baghdad and Mosul. The city lies eighty kilometres east of Mosul, and is the capital of Kurdistan.
Urban life at Erbil can be dated back to at least the twenty-third century BC. The city has been under the rule of many regional powers during that time, such as the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Sasanians, Arabs, and Ottomans. The city’s archaeological museum contains only pre-Islamic artifacts.
The modern town of Erbil stands on a tell topped by an Ottoman fort. During the Middle Ages, Erbil became a major trading centre on the route between Baghdad and Mosul, a role which it still plays today with important road links to the outside world. A population of Assyrian Christians (about 20,000) live mostly in suburbs such as Ankawa.