After a two-year redevelopment and redesign, one of the city’s most popular hotels, the Address Downtown, finally reopened this month in central Dubai.
Located beside the iconic Dubai Fountains, the 220-room/63 storey Address has consistently won the world’s top tourism awards and will again offer an outstanding line-up of restaurants and bars. On the menu this time are local favourites STK Steakhouse, robatayaki-style restaurant Katana, a cigar lounge offering exclusive releases, and the Galliard, serving Turkish, French and Spanish cuisine. Topping it off is the hotel’s gorgeous lounge bar on the 63rd floor Neos taking full advantage of an unforgettable view that includes its neighbour and world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah
Set to become the closest beachfront resort to downtown Dubai, the Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah is now fast approaching completion.
As well as 178 rooms, 78 suites and 8 over-the-water bungalows, this ambitious project will also features a 2,000 square metre spa, a ballroom that opens right out onto the sand, a Japanese warayaki-style steakhouse, a Mediterranean restaurant positioned at the end of a private pier, and Tasca, the first Middle East restaurant by two Michelin star winning chef, José Avillez.
The Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah is expected to open its doors at the start of 2019 and we’ll keep you posted on all the details as they’re revealed.
Waldorf Astoria, DIFC
Currently under construction in Dubai’s prestigious financial district and due open in early 2019, the Waldorf Astoria, DIFC will soon be joining 25 other world hotels in this iconic luxury collection.
Located just a short drive from Dubai International Airport, this exclusive hotel will offer 247 guest rooms and suites, a gorgeous spa, and a huge range of upscale restaurants, bars and cafes. Best of all, however, is the news that the project has been constructed with MICE in mind and will feature no less than four multi-purpose event spaces and a jaw-dropping grand ballroom.
This month, no less than three of Dubai’s best-known venues, all originally part of Al Habtoor City Hotels, rebranded under the Hilton banner.
Set by the peaceful waters of the Dubai Canal, the elegant, 234 room St Regis Dubai has now become part of Hilton’s ultra-luxury LXR Hotels and Resorts collection, as the Habtoor Palace.
The 356 room W Hotel, Al Habtoor City meanwhile has become the HV Hotel, joining fifty other world venues, selected for their culture and spirit in the company’s Curio Collection.
Rounding off the list, the 1,004 room Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City will take its place within Hilton’s flagship portfolio as the HHilton Dubai Al Habtoor City, becoming the company’s largest hotel in the Middle East and Africa.
We are very proud and excited to announce that SITE - The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence has awarded Arabian Adventures Meetings, Incentives and Events the prestigious Crystal Award for Excellence in Incentive Travel for the Middle East and Africa 2017.
This is considered one of the highest honours in the incentive travel industry, the Crystal Award was created to recognise companies that set a whole new standard by providing a truly exceptional experience for their guests – and was presented to us for our work on the Forever Living Global Rally 2017. As an award of this scale will no doubt raise the profile of the UAE considerably as a safe and exciting destination for Meetings, Incentives and Events, we wanted to give you the time and information to take advantage of the amazing opportunity it represents when presenting it to our clients.