The company has already signed an agreement with Sheikh Suroor bin Mohammed al-Nahyan to manage the hotel at its Etihad towers development and it is looking for new opportunities with on Saadiyat island.
“We are already working with Sheikh Suroor in Abu Dhabi,” said Jumeirah executive chairman Gerald Lawless. “We are also looking at Eco Point [On Saadiyat] to see it we can do something else with him.”