Dubai's Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa begins second renovation phase

Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa has embarked on further refurbishment, which entails work to the entrance, lobby and reception areas of the property.

A contemporary design is being put in place for these areas and the property is also launching an all-day dining concept. A final stage of refurbishment for the hotel is expected to start next year, to include the redesign of deluxe rooms and suites in the mian building.

Pam Wilby, complex general manager for Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa and Grosvenor House Dubai, said: "Phase two will help to further enhance our offering, creating a whole new guest experience in line with the modern and contemporary Le Meridien brand philosophy."

The first phase of refurbishment was unveiled last year, which included the redevelopment and redesign of 108 rooms in Tower One and refurbishment of the public areas, alongside two international-branded food and beverage concepts.

The hotel is located across from the cosmopolitan JBR Walk, Dubai’s only beachfront promenade of luxury shops, restaurants and cafes. It has seven meeting spaces for events, catering for between 14 to 350 people.

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