CHECK INTO JUMEIRAH AL NASEEM HO­TEL

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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.

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