Mandarin Oriental Jumeira opens its doors on February 18 – the brand’s first foray into the Middle East – and the luxury hotel is pulling out all the stops.
The luxury hotel features 256 keys, including 78 suites and 178 spacious rooms
It has seven F&B options including a brassiere-style restaurant called “the Bay” with show-kitchens
The hotel has a 2,000-square meter spa and a state-of-the-art gym with Crossfit bars
A spectacular undeterred sea view of the Arabian Gulf on one side and a completely uninterrupted view of the Dubai skyline on the other.
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira seems to have got its location spot on with the brand’s first foray into the Middle East region.
“For us – as Mandarin – a significant portion of our guests come from the Middle East. Actually having a base and a presence in key Middle Eastern destinations is valuable, not only in terms of the guests that come here, but also setting out a positioning for the brand in the Middle East – for guests who would then like to travel to London, New York, Paris, Tokyo and the likes,” said James Riley, Group CEO, Mandarin Oriental.
Located in Jumeira 1 opposite the Mercato Mall in Dubai, the luxury hotel developed by wasl Asset Management Group opens its doors today, February 18.
The luxury hotel features 256 keys, including 78 suites and 178 spacious rooms – the key word being “spacious”. It is luxury at its “chill” best, with warm, earthy tones reflected across all its interiors to render a plush, yet, homely feel.
“Increasingly, as luxury becomes more leisure orientated, I think it’s going to be increasingly important to have resorts and flagship properties that make that leisure statement slightly more relaxed. We’re beginning to chill a little bit, which I think is important in terms of where hospitality is moving,” James Riley said.