Rosewood showcases Dubai property at ATM
Dubai, May 7, 2008
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will be showcasing its first UAE property at the Arabian Travel Market now on in Dubai.
Rosewood’s first property in the UAE is also its fourth in the Middle East as it looks towards a number of other new projects across the region, said an official spokesman.
Set to open late next year on a prime location within Dubai International Financial Centre, Rosewood Dubai is being introduced to travel trade visitors for the first time at the luxury brand’s ATM stand at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
“We’re all very excited about opening our first property in Dubai and are looking forward to expanding our portfolio of outstanding luxury hotels to a variety of other prime locations in the region,” said Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ vice-president of operations and development, Middle East, Michael Gibb.
Rosewood already has three well established properties in Saudi Arabia.
“We’re consistently looking at new opportunities to reinforce the Rosewood presence and develop the brand within the Middle East, and the expansion possibilities include Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and Egypt,” added Gibb.
Rosewood Dubai will be a stunning new example of modern architecture on Shaikh Zayed Road, offering guests easy access to the city’s central business district, international exhibition centre, Downtown Burj Dubai and Dubai Mall’s myriad of designer shopping and entertainment facilities.
The hotel is characterised by luxurious furnishings, handcrafted interiors, and very high levels of personalised attention courtesy of Rosewood’s award-winning butler service which extends to every single guest, in an atmosphere reminiscent of a private residence.
Rosewood Dubai features 154 luxurious guest rooms and 36 suites, two world-class restaurants, an exquisite ballroom, and 49 Rosewood Residences for extended stays. Located on the top floors and offering breathtaking views of the city, the Residences give guests a balance of privacy with the benefit of five-star services and amenities.
In fact, as all the rooms and suites are between floors 27– 44, each one provides guests with splendid panoramas of the city, ocean and desert.
Another major attraction for hotel guests, and Dubai residents who like to pamper themselves, is the launch of the company’s first Middle East Spa, Sense, A Rosewood Spa, which will be an 18,000-square-foot sanctuary of health and relaxation.
Featuring a rooftop pool and fitness centre, the luxury spa also boasts 12 treatment rooms, including one exclusively for men, a Hammam and two private spa suites.
Matching its ideal location for business travellers, the hotel offers spacious, ultra high-tech meeting and banquet facilities enhanced by the personalised services of a meeting butler.
With the Grand Ballroom accommodating up to 400 persons, there are also four individual state-of-the-art meeting venues catering for 20 – 200 guests, as well as three executive boardrooms, making Rosewood Dubai the ideal location for both business and pleasure. – TradeArabia News Service
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