CHECK INTO JUMEIRAH AL NASEEM HOTEL
The construction you’ve seen take shape this last year between the Mina’A Salam resort and Burj Al Arab has finally ended to become the Jumeirah Al Naseem Hotel, the fourth hotel in the Madinat Jumeirah Arabian Resort.
The hotel has 430 rooms and 43 suites featuring walk-in rain showers, floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor terraces. Similar to the other properties on-site (Mina’A Salam, Al Qasr and Dar Al Masyaf ) the hotel is situated among landscaped gardens, has access to a private beach, the inland waterways, Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Madinat Conference Centre and Talise Spa. Jumeirah Al Naseem’s other leisure facilities include three large swimming pools and two banqueting rooms measuring 75 sq m each. Guests can visit the turtle lagoon, part of Jumeirah’s turtle rehabilitation project, access the Kids Club and visit nearby Wild Wadi Waterpark.
The hotel’s interiors take inspiration from Dubai’s landscape of sand dunes, blue skies, sea breeze as well as the emirate’s pearl diving heritage and Bedouin traditions. The rooms come with views of the sea, the resort’s landscaped gardens and swimming pools and Burj Al Arab.
It’s home to 10 new restaurants, highlights of which include Il Borro Tuscan Bistro Dubai – the Dubai branch of Il Borro, the Tuscan wine estate owned by the Ferragamo family – and a Dubai outpost of Black Tap – the insanely popular New York eatery that specialises in craft burgers and piled-high milkshakes (right), scheduled to open at the end of the month.
Other dining facilities include all-day dining restaurant The Palmery, Sugarmash – a Polynesian-style pool bar – and Ambar, a rooftop Arabic restaurant. Rockfish, a Mediterranean seafood restaurant by the pool is another dining attraction.
Resort Deluxe rooms start from Dh1,500 per night. For booking enquiries call 04 366 8888 or email MJinfo@jumeirah.com.