The latest five-star property marks the debut of the operator’s uber-luxury brand, Damac Maison Royale, and the group’s sixth hotel in the emirate.
The 52-storey tower features a spacious lobby with plush furnishings and offers a choice of fully serviced deluxe rooms as well as one, two and three-bedroom suites, all complemented by a fully-fitted kitchen. The hotel allows guests and residents to enjoy the elegance and comfort of a luxury apartment, while enjoying the superior amenities and indulgence that create a first-class experience. A host of services await guests and complement the experience at this property, including a luxury spa, with Jacuzzi, steam and sauna rooms, recreational facilities, and a fully-equipped health club.
Wael Al Lawati, senior vice president of International Development at Damac Properties, said: “With the opening of Damac Maison Royale The Distinction, we look forward to offering superior hospitality in a luxurious property which is located in the most desirable location of Downtown Dubai. Damac Hotels & Resorts is a leader in the luxury serviced apartments segment and caters to customers who seek luxury serviced hotel accommodation that offers ample space, appealing to visitors travelling with families as well as long-term guests.”
The hotel is also home to the only Casper & Gambini’s restaurant in Dubai, offering an exceptional international dining experience. Located on the ground floor, the restaurant serves dine-in guests while providing in-room dining, delighting all guests with the signature flavours of the regionally-recognised culinary brand.
A shisha lounge, situated on the sixth floor of the property, completes the experience and, owing to the property’s ideal location, offers guests breathtaking views of Burj Khalifa and the Dubai skyline.
“GCC visitors to Dubai are major contributors to Dubai’s tourism and hospitality market, and this includes Saudi Arabia as the second largest source market overall, with over 900,000 visitors from January to July 2017. Family tourism is high on the agenda of GCC nationals and these guests prefer serviced hotel apartments which combine the full amenities of a luxury hotel with the comforts and space of home. With the number of attractive destinations in Dubai and the booming leisure and shopping options for visitors to choose from, we expect to continue to see a surge in the number of visitors. We have more than 13,000 hospitality units in the pipeline to meet the increasing demand of this visitor segment,” added Al Lawati.
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