New Hotels In Dubai 2022
Dubai provides some of the most refined hospitality experiences in the world, with premium hotels such as the Atlantis the palm, the world’s first Armani Hotel and the spectacular Burj Al Arab. Whenever it seems like the city may have hit the peak of of its hospitality offerings, a fresh new wave of hotels crop up to raise the bar even higher. Here are the full lists of the best new hotels in dubai.
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Famous Hotels in Dubai 2019
|1. Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences||2. Five Jumeirah Village||3. Mandarin Oriental Jumeira|
|4. Taj - Palm Jumeirah JLT||5. W Dubai - The Palm||6. Waldorf Astoria DIFC|
|7. St. Regis Dubai - The Palm|
Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences
Towering over the Atlantis at the apex of Palm Jumeirah, Royal Atlantis has been generating a lot of excitement since it was first announced. The most talked about aspect of the development is its very unique architecture, defying a conventional silhouette to truly stand out from its contemporaries. It will also be a gastronomic haven, featuring the world’s third Dinner by Heston restaurant by British cooking icon Heston Blumenthal, and Ariana’s Persian Kitchen, helmed by Dubai-based Iranian-American chef Ariana Bundy. The residential component of the hotel will undoubtedly become one of the finest addresses in the city with a selection of stunning contemporary homes overlooking the Arabian Gulf.
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Five Jumeirah Village
Following on from the visually stunning Five Palm Jumeirah, Five Jumeirah Village has a dynamic design concept, featuring a total of 271 swimming pools set on garden terraces that line the exterior of the 60-storey tower. The design, which was conceptualised by the Five Holdings group, is so unique in fact that it has been patented in 168 countries. With an ideal location in the centre of Dubai, Five Jumeirah Village will have the perfect mix of five-star hotel facilities, breathtaking sea views and convenient access to all of the city’s key districts.
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira
The very first Mandarin Oriental hotel in Dubai could not have found a better location. Set in the stylish Jumeirah district and right alongside the popular Jumeirah Beach, the hotel will bring with it a sense of style that draws from the coastal lifestyle of California. The contemporary aesthetic will be complemented by an exceptional range of services, six signature restaurants and a cutting-edge spa and wellness centre offering treatments such as the ‘Nomadic Sensory Journey’, which combines state-of-the-art technology, Asian therapeutic techniques and traditional Emirati drumming for a truly unique relaxation experience.
Taj Palm Jumeirah JLT
One of India’s most famous hospitality brands has already made its mark in Dubai with a hotel located a short distance from the Burj Khalifa, and now two two more properties are on the cusp of completion. The second Taj hotel will open in Jumeirah Lake Towers under the chic Vivanta brand, and the third, known as the Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, will be located along the Palm Jumeirah crescent. Further details are still a bit scant, but we are eager to visit both once they open.
W Dubai The Palm
One of the most keenly anticipated hotels in Dubai is only a few weeks away from its official opening. W Dubai - The Palm features a stunning contemporary aesthetic that uses sweeping curved shapes reminiscent of ocean waves or sand dunes contrasted against sleek, angular glass structures. Highlights include SoBe - the only rooftop bar on the Palm offering a 360-degree view, the WET Deck - the focal point of the hotel’s leisure offerings, Torno Subito - the first Dubai restaurant by world-renowned Italian chef Massimo Bottura, and Akira Back - helmed by the former Iron Chef who is known for haute Japanese cuisine with a Korean twist.
Waldorf Astoria DIFC
Already home to a Four Seasons and Ritz-Carlton, the busy commercial district of DIFC will be adding yet another exceptional hotel to its lineup with the opening of the Waldorf Astoria. The famous New York hotel will open in the Burj Daman tower, covering the 18th to 55th floors and carrying with it a design sense harkening back to the 1960’s. Neutral tones, brass fixtures and walnut finishes are just a few of the elements that will give it a feeling of warmth and classical elegance. Key amenities include a spa with four treatment rooms, an outdoor pool with rooftop bar, a library with an open kitchen and a dedicated concierge providing the exceptional levels of service that one would expect of the Waldorf.
St. Regis Dubai The Palm
While the St. Regis brand no longer resides at Al Habtoor City, it has found a new home on Palm Jumeirah. The hotel will occupy the lower 18 levels of the stunning The Palm Tower, which will have a direct link to the upcoming Nakheel Mall and be located directly along the beach. In essence, this will be a complete lifestyle offering in one architecturally beautiful package. Guests will be able to enjoy the world’s highest infinity pool on the 50th floor, topped by a viewing deck and signature restaurant on the 51st and 52nd floors. They will also have direct access to the St. Regis Beach Club, which has its own infinity pool and fitness facilities.
New Hotels in Dubai 2020
Dubai has no shortage of stunning and iconic hotels, from the Burj Al Arab to the Atlantis. Several more hotels were meant to join that lineup this year but understandably, their openings had to be postponed. Good things do come to those who wait, however, and there are a number of high-profile openings that we can look forward to over the next few months. These are the best Dubai hotels that are opening in 2020.
|1.Address Jumeirah Resort||2. Marriott Palm Jumeirah|
|3. Langham Place||4. SLS Hotel & Residences|
|5. Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk||6. Hotel Indigo Downtown|
Address Jumeirah Resort
Located on one end of Jumeirah Beach Residence and a short walk from Bluewaters Island, Address Jumeirah Resort is already making waves because of its marvelous architecture. The resort comprises two 74-storey towers that are linked at the top and bottom, essentially forming a smaller, liveable version of the Dubai Frame. It will feature over 100 meters of private beachfront as well as the most amazing seafront panoramas that you can enjoy from the comfort of your room or from one of 4 pools (naturally, one of them is on the rooftop).
Marriott Palm Jumeirah
There are quite a few Marriott hotels scattered around Dubai, including the JW Marriott Marquis (formerly the world’s tallest hotel) and several others under the Marriott Group such as the W Hotel and the Ritz-Carlton. However, this is going to be the very first Marriott spa, offering a beachfront lifestyle experience the likes of which you are unlikely to find elsewhere.
One of Dubai’s fortes is putting a fresh contemporary spin on global brands that have been around for a very long time. Langham Place is one of the latest additions to London’s highly reputed hospitality brand The Langham, which started with the first Langham Hotel in 1865. Needless to say, the Dubai hotel will swap out the classic Victorian architecture for sleek lines and glittering glass, and will enjoy a prime position alongside the Dubai Canal.
SLS Hotel & Residences
All set to be one of the tallest hotels in Dubai, SLS is expected to open at the tail end of 2020. Located in the coveted Burj Khalifa district, it will enjoy seamless access to Downtown Dubai, DIFC and Business Bay. SLS has a unique honeycomb design, offsetting each of its rooms and residences at 45 degrees so every balcony enjoys an unobstructed view of the city. The true highlight of the hotel is The Crown, which takes up the top six floors of the building and includes two signature restaurants, the incredible CIel spa, a nightclub and one of the city’s highest infinity pools.
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Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk
The Obelisk is the latest addition to Wafi Mall, and shopping center and leisure destination that is best known for its ancient Egypt-inspired aesthetic. This includes the pyramid-shaped Raffles Dubai hotel and Cleopatra’s spa, which has a front facade inspired by the Luxor Temple. The latest addition will be Sofitel The Obelisk, which will also have the honor of being the largest Sofitel hotel in the Middle East.
Hotel Indigo Downtown
Hotel Indigo Downtown Amongst the many high-profile hotel launches around the city, there are a few that manage to fly under the radar. Indigo Downtown is one of the projects, which is set to open next month but has had little fanfare associated with it. Though it is a luxury hotel, Indigo Downtown carves out a separate niche for itself with an aesthetic and ambiance that will be much more focused on art and creativity.
Recently Opened Hotels in Dubai 2021
- Millennium Place
- Hyatt Centric Jumeirah
- The Dubai Edition Hotel
- Courtyard By Marriott
- The 25hours Hotel
- The Dubai Edition Hotel
- Hyde Hotel
- Anantara Resort
New & Upcoming Hotels in Dubai 2022
- The W Mina Seyahi
- The Taj Exotica
- New Legoland Hotel
- New IHG hotel (Opening In October 2022)
- The Voco (Opening In October 2022)
- Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah (Opening in September 2022)
Upcoming Hotels In Dubai 2023
- kempinski Floating Palace
- Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab
- Five Luxe
- One&Only One Za’abeel
Upcoming Hotels In Dubai 2024
- The Ciel hotel
- The Six Senses
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