Four Seasons Resort hotel opens in Dubai

The Four Seasons Dubai Resort at Jumeirah Beach opened today (17 November), offering extensive event space on the emirate's coastline.

Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach
Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach

Luxury hotel group Four Seasons has expanded its Middle Eastern portfolio to three with today's opening of Four Seasons Dubai Resort at Jumeirah Beach, 'blending Arabic design with cool, contemporary style'.

The five-star, 237-room property has taken over 270m of Jumeirah beachfront, ten minutes from the city's commercial district and 25 minutes from Dubai International Airport.

Event space at the hotel totals 1,199sqm and includes the 596sqm Dana Ballroom, capable of hosting up to 360 guests for seated dinners, and the adjoining 242sqm pre-function area that opens to a beachfront terrace and lawn. A further five meeting rooms can host 12-100 delegates and there are various outdoor spaces available for planners looking to make the most of the climate.

Eating and drinking takes place in ten restaurants and lounges and leisure facilities include three pools, fitness centre and a 706sqm spa with ten treatment rooms. Kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding are among the activities on offer.

The next Middle Eastern Four Seasons hotel is scheduled to open in Bahrain early next year.

More:

Carlson Rezidor to open Dubai hotel

Mövenpick Hotels to open luxury property in Dubai

Four Seasons to open at Ten Trinity Square

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