RAK Hospitality Holding (RAKHH) is an integrated hospitality asset owner and manager. Following the issuance of Emiri Decree No 18 of 31 December 2013 governing Khuzam Hotels Holding LLC, the company was established in 2014, with a purpose of becoming a leading integrated, hospitality sector-focused asset owner and manager. RAKHH seeks to position itself as:
An inward investor: Continue to invest in hotels and resorts across multiple market segments in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, leveraging the ‘Ras Al Khaimah opportunity’.
An outward investor: Invest in hospitality, leisure, logistics and advisory services ventures, inside and outside the borders of Ras Al Khaimah.
RAKHH’s unique advantage lies in its premium portfolio and disciplined approach to hospitality investments. Focused on maximizing returns and unlocking value to investors, RAKHH forged strategic and long-term relationships with global hotel operators and global restaurant chains. Comprising of highly experienced professionals with deep, sector-focused, local and global knowledge, strong relationships and access to global industry players, RAKHH employs a team that is highly agile and uses resources wisely to adapt to an ever-changing environment.
RAKHH has built strong asset management capabilities to assist with strategic decisions aimed at maximizing value for each individual asset. RAKHH is deeply rooted in the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah and is the undisputed leader within its hospitality sector. Executives and the management team work closely with all of the Emirate’s stakeholders to write the story of Ras Al Khaimah’s next 10 years of growth.
RAK National Hotels LLC (RAKNH)
Owns leading and highly visible hotels and resorts in RAK.
RAK Hospitality Logistics (RAKHL)
Transportation, tours and support services provider.
Hospitality Advisory Partners LLC (HAP)
Formerly RAK Hospitality Asset Management- a dedicated hospitality advisory firm.
Hakaya Collection LLC (Hakaya)
Operates dining and leisure venues both inside and outside RAK.
RAKHH is a member of the prestigious World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), which is known for being the only forum to represent the private sector in all parts of the tourism industry.