Jumeirah Beach Hotel to showcase new look

With news that one of Dubai's most iconic hotels is to reopen this month following a major refurbishment, there has never been a better time to host your meetings and incentives in the emirate.

From the futuristic to the historic, Jumeirah properties are distinctive for their design. And with its striking wave-like design, Jumeirah Beach Hotel is one of Dubai’s most stunning and instantly recognisable structures.

In preparation for its 21st anniversary in December, the hotel has just completed a significant renovation that will further solidify its position as one of the leading MICE properties in the region – the hotel was named the Middle East's Leading Family and MICE Hotel at the World Travel Awards in both 2018 and 2017.

Sitting beside the sands of Jumeirah beach, this iconic property sits proud and dominates the view. A 275 metre long silhouette of a large blue wave with long-layered facades that add to the impression of a wave swelling and breaking. Corridors within the 600-room hotel are also curved, meaning that all guests have sunset views over the ocean.

Over the summer, the hotel renovated 425 guest bedrooms, the public spaces, lobby, retail areas, beach and outdoor facilities, restaurants and dining outlets. This follows initial renovation work completed in 2017, that covered 175 rooms and three suites, the Kids Club, beach and beachfront restaurants.

The fresh new look, combined with the luxury hospitality, fine food and impeccable service that come guaranteed with Jumeirah properties, means event planners can be sure of creating exciting and memorable experiences for their meeting and incentive groups.

Whether you choose to host at the iconic stand-alone conference centre or at the lavish outdoor venues and restaurants, every event is personalised to suit your group’s taste. The event facilities at Jumeirah Beach Dubai offer a true taste of Arabian hospitality, with award-winning dining choices from elegant canapés to lavish dinners.  

An elegant room located on the ground floor of the conference centre, Safinah Ballroom symbolises the sophistication and grandeur of Dubai, with capacity for up to 1,500 guests, while the eight Marasi Meeting Rooms on the first floor can be combined to suit individual event requirements for a maximum of 150 guests.

It’s hard not to be impressed by the vast array of outdoor spaces, from the beautifully landscaped Sunset Garden for up to 150 (will be surrounded by hoarding and noise/dust pollution due to Marina Demolition start October 2018 till April 2019), to the 3,800sqm Events Arena, both of which provide breath-taking views of the iconic Burj Al Arab. 

Situated right on the Arabia Gulf, the Events Area can accomodate up to 2,500 guests for stand-up cocktail receptions and 1,500 for seated dinners. It's the perfect backdrop for celebrations with plenty of space for entertainment and even firework displays!

With 15 on-site restaurants, cafes and bars, five swimming pools and a private beach, complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark, the Talise Spa and Fitness Centre, and squash and tennis courts, there’s little need to leave the resort.

But the hotel’s close proximity to Madinat Jumeirah and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, means planners can easily host events across the three properties. It’s location also makes it easy to explore all that Dubai as a destination has to offer.

For bookings and inquiries contact:
Tel: +971 4 366 6050
Email:groupsales@jumeirah.com

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