Last Updated on November 13, 2020 by Darrif William
Dubai is known for its grand and ambitious plans. The city has the ability to dream up and realize projects that wouldn’t see the light of the day elsewhere. It is home to the world’s tallest and most luxurious hotel and offers only the best in the hospitality sector. When it comes to the hotel scene, there is always something new and exciting happening here. From luxurious resorts to boutique residencies, designer label hotels to comfort stays, you’ll always find something new to explore and experience. With the arrival of W – The Palm and Caesar’s Palace, we have already seen some huge hotel openings this year, but the city shows no sign of slowing down.
Here are some of the newest and upcoming luxurious hotels in Dubai.
1- Five Jumeirah Village Dubai
Set to open in 2019 in JVC, the new Five will have 247 hotel rooms and suites along with 221 one and two-bedroom hotel apartments and 33 four-bedroom hotel apartments to welcome guests. Each apartment will have a vast landscaped garden and private swimming pool. Staying at the suite of Five, a tourist can catch up with a drink while enjoying the enticing panoramic vistas of the city. With a total of 271 sky-high swimming pools accentuating the terrace gardens, this is an ideal place for a tourist to make his holiday a gracious one.
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2. Paramount Hotel Dubai
Paramount Pictures, the iconic name in the entertainment industry is launching its hospitality venture in Dubai in the third quarter of 2019. Themed on Hollywood movies, the interiors of Paramount Hotel will look like a magnificent movie set. The 69-floor hotel with impressive video walls in the lobby, studio-inspired entertainment and a high-end screening room promise an extravagant stay.
3. Taj Hotel JLT
The second Taj Hotel in Dubai will open at The Residences in Jumeirah Lakes Towers, occupying the first 17 floors of the tower. With 200 guest rooms and suites along with world-class dining venues and leisure facilities, the hotel promises refined heritage luxury combined with effortlessly efficient services – the signature style that Taj is renowned for. Another Taj Hotel on The Palm is set to open in Dubai by the end of 2019.
4. Radisson, Damac Hills
The first Radisson hotel in the Middle East, Radisson Damac Hills will start welcoming guests by the year-end. The under-construction hotel will feature 481 rooms, including one and two-bedroom suites as well as two international restaurants to cater to the dining needs of guests. Surrounded by parkland and an 18-hole championship golf course, the hotel is situated amongst the new 3.9 million sq. m residential community. Radisson Damac Hills will also include a gym, kid’s club and an outdoor swimming pool along with an extensive business meeting space to specially cater business travellers.
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5. Royal Atlantis
Set to take shape next to Atlantis – The Palm on Palm Jumeira, Royal Atlantis will be one of the biggest hotels in Dubai. With contemporary interiors and exteriors, it is going to be full of surprises that will captivate even the most seasoned tourists. Featuring 800 guest rooms and suites, along with 250 luxury residences, there is a range of planned amenities including an infinity pool with unparalleled views of the island situated 90m above the ground and a flagship Givenchy Spa to unwind with the best of Italian luxury. The resort will also include a brand new restaurant by award-winning chef and restaurateur Heston Blumenthal, featuring al fresco terraces with views of Dubai’s stunning city skyline along with a private dining room.
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6. Mandarin Oriental, Jumeira Beach
Next on the list is the new Jeffrey Wilkes-designed beachfront Mandarin Oriental opened in February 2019 along the Jumeirah Beach Road. With 256 luxurious rooms and suites mostly featuring a private terrace, this resort comes with a difference where visitors get a sense of chic through its California-style aesthetics. Enjoy some of the most upscale amenities including private beach access, cigar room and sky lounge along with an enviable selection of restaurants. Tasca, an international eatery by Michelin-starred Portuguese chef Jose Avillez, and Netsu, the Japanese steakhouse by Nobu-trained chef Ross Shonhan are two noteworthy restaurants in the resort. Mandarin Oriental has also announced another Dubai hotel opening at Downtown in the year 2020.
7. W Dubai – The Palm
W Dubai – The Palm is another retreat that promises an extravagant stay in Dubai. With over 350 guest rooms and suites over seven floors offering panoramic views of the island, the hotel also boasts two impressive restaurants, Torno Subito by Italian restaurateur Massimo Bottura and Akira Back that offers a blend of Japanese cuisine with a Korean twist. There is also Latin American-inspired rooftop bar SoBe to spend evenings over mouth-watering delicacies. On lazy evenings, a guest can also relax at Wet Deck, the poolside bar.
8. Caesars Palace Bluewaters
This is the second hotel to carry the exclusive Caesars Palace title after Vegas, which has been a symbol of decadence popularised in the pop-culture. Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai features 194 luxury accommodations with access to a private beach oasis. The hotel offers breath-taking views of Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel and promises a lively social scene with six cutting-edge restaurants, bars and lounges. Enjoy epic dining experiences, relax at two sparkling outdoor pools or indulge with Qua Spa signature treatments.
9. Emerald Palace Kempinski, Palm Jumeirah
With magnificent architecture, this five-star luxury resort reminds you of 18th-century palaces in Europe. There are 391 rooms, suites and villas to choose from and each of these spacious rooms is decorated with hand-crafted Italian touches and carefully selected amenities to give out an ambience of elegance. The resort also boasts a 500-meter private beach and lagoon pool along with a wellness centre by Cinq Mondes spa with 23 treatment rooms. Guests can dine in its eight incredible restaurants and lounges including the impressive MIX by Alain Ducasse. What sets the hotel apart from others is its attention to detail which is quite evident in its exquisite chandeliers and handcrafted motifs.
10. The Bulgari Resort and Residences, Jumeira Bay Island
This new luxury resort in Dubai marks Italian luxury brand Bulgari’s fifth property worldwide but goes beyond all of them in both scale and magnitude. The 158,000 square-metre property comprises of 101 rooms and suites, 20 sea-view villas and offers a full range of amenities such as a 1,700 square-metres spa and world’s first Bulgari Yacht Club with a private 46-boat harbour. The hotel also boasts five dining choices, including the gourmet Il Ristorante – Niko Romito. Yes, luxury has never looked so sensational!
With a range of new premium hotels, Dubai is taking tourism to the next level. With all these premium hotels becoming operational by the end of 2019, it is sure that Dubai will be the most sought-after holiday spot in the world. With open arms, the city is all ready to embrace its guests and the question is when you are going to book your tickets to Dubai.