HOLIDAY INN DUBAI FESTIVAL CITY
THE REGION’S LARGEST Holiday Inn, towering over Dubai Festival city with 510 rooms, opened its doors on April 18.
To the right of the spacious lobby, topped with colourful ball chandeliers, is a small meeting area with natural light which will targets training sessions and discreet events and more meeting space is upstairs on the Mezzanine level, including a boardroom beyond glass doors with prefunction space.
To the le of the lobby, Zest serves as a ‘lifestyle’ café space and beyond is the large Sirocco all-day diner which is lined with comfortable seating and can hold up to 240 guests. A lounge bar will open at a later date on the 19th top oor.
One key feature is the walkway connecting the hotel to the mall, providing shoppers with a convenient passage and a seamless link with InterContinental and Crowne Plaza hotels. Holiday Inn guests can sign their bills to their rooms when eating in the upscale and ve-star hotels. An outdoor pool o ers Festival City and Burj Khalifa views and inside is a decent sized gym with treadmills and weights.
Solar power accounts for around a third of energy consumption at the ‘Green Engage’ property. holidayinn.com