Ras Al Khaimah Multi-Dollar Gaming Hotel And Mega Resort Will Create 4,000 Tourism Jobs

by Deeplata Garde
Ras Al Khaimah Multi-Dollar Gaming Hotel And Mega Resort Will Create 4,000 Tourism Jobs

Ras Al Khaimah’s Marjan Island will soon be home to a multi-million dollar resort. The project will be specifically undertaken in partnership with Wynn Resorts of Las Vegas. The region can expect up to 4,000 tourism job vacancies heading to the Emirates soon due to this project. Despite the turmoil, the Emirate saw a modest drop in visitors from Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus this year.

Wynn Resorts Project

The mammoth resort will have “huge” economic benefits, attracting foreign capital and employment in the northern emirate. The Las Vegas-based hotel and casino operator Wynn Resorts unveiled plans to build a multibillion-dollar oceanfront resort in Ras Al Khaimah in January. The 1,000-room resort will open in 2026, with a “gaming” area. The Wynn hotel and casino resorts in Las Vegas, Boston, and Macau are the company’s most well-known properties.


This year, the emirate has approximately attracted Dh2 billion in tourism developments. You can expect with more on the way to come. The purpose of this initiative is to broaden our tourism strategy. Ensuring that the destination remains relevant and offers opportunities is very important. The emirate, which is historically popular with Eastern European tourists, has seen a minor drop in visitors of 2.7%. The three countries account for roughly 10% of all tourists to Ras Al Khaimah each year.

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Ras Al Khaimah Is Attracting Projects To The Land

Ras Al Khaimah is continuing to recover from the effects of Covid-1. The land is attracting finance by building new hotels, developing Jebel Jais attractions, improving hiking paths, and marketing its beaches and mountains. There are many travellers seeking open, large regions for personal healing following the pandemic.

This year’s rise will have aided by a recovery in business events and exhibits, the comeback of destination weddings, and the appeal of glamping sites, according to Mr Phillips. Latin America, India, and the Gulf markets will continue to be priorities.

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