Dubai is synonymous with luxury, and the city boasts a wide range of five-star hotels. Last year, the city received another addition, with Mandarin Oriental’s new hotel in Jumeirah.
Mandarin Oriental, one of the world’s most recognised and award-winning hotel group, currently operates over 30 exclusive hotels across 22 countries. Their new addition in Dubai is set to stand out from the competition through its inviting interior and exceptional services.
The new hotel is located in the heart of Dubai, in the city’s most prestigious areas – Jumeirah Beach Road. As one of the closest beachfront resorts to Dubai’s financial district, the hotel is ideal for business and leisure travellers alike.
The hotel offers 256 rooms and suites, culinary highlights from its six restaurants and bars, a business centre, pools and exceptional spa and wellness facilities.
The hotel is designed by the world-renowned designer Jeffrey Wilkes, and the overall theme is the Silk Road. Muted, earthy tones and vibrant accents of orange, turquoise and gold evokes a relaxed and refined elegance. The rooms boast generous private balconies overlooking either the city’s skyline or the sea.
Two highlights in the culinary offering are Tasca and Netsu. Tasca – led by the Portuguese celebrity chef José Avillez – serves contemporary Portuguese cuisine with a modern twist. Netsu, run by the acclaimed Australian chef Ross Shonhan, is the Japanese steakhouse using traditional warayaki cooking method.
The hotel spa takes well-being to the next level through its focus on locally-inspired treatments, offering a wide range of beauty and health treatments. Nine treatment rooms provide a private terrace overlooking the sparkling Arabian Gulf. There is also a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a kid’s club with activities for the very youngest guests.
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