Mandarin Oriental recently introduced the Group’s legendary luxe hospitality to the Middle East with the opening of Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai.
Located in the heart of Dubai and a stone’s throw from the water’s edge, the resort is set to bring a new wave of design and luxury experiences to the shores of the city. Designed by acclaimed international designer Jeffrey Wilkes, the property features spacious and elegant guest rooms and suites, most with private balconies and terraces, offering pristine ocean views or the dynamic city skyline.
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai has six unrivalled restaurants and bars, all of which are noteworthy additions to Dubai’s dining scene. The two signature restaurants are Tasca by Portuguese celebrity chef José Avillez and Netsu, a Warayaki-style Japanese steakhouse by Australian-born chef Ross Shonhan.
As the closest beachfront resort to Dubai’s financial and business districts, the hotel boasts a 650-square-metre glass-walled ballroom that features a beachfront terrace and is complemented by four elegantly appointed meeting spaces and an expansive private Bridal Room.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai takes wellness experiences to another level, with its focus on locally-inspired experiences. All nine treatment rooms feature individual changing and bathroom facilities, and some have private terraces overlooking the ocean. This welcoming oasis offers exceptional heat and water experiences, and an unrivalled range of holistic rejuvenation and relaxation treatments.
There is also a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre and a Little Nomads kids’ club with a range of fun activities for younger Mandarin fans.
“We are delighted to introduce Mandarin Oriental’s renowned hospitality to the Middle East and look forward to welcoming guests to the luxurious resort environs of Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai,” said General Manager, Werner Anzinger.