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|| Dubai's Al Habtoor to acquire hotel in Budapest for $80 million

habtoor-dubai.jpgDubai conglomerate Al Habtoor Group is in the final stages of acquiring a five-star hotel in Budapest for $80 million - Arabian Business is reporting.

As DubaiBeat.com reported earlier, the groups was looking to buy hotels in Europe. It is also in talks with officials in France to buy a second hotel in Paris, its chairman says.

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More details follows from Arabian Business



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