Dar Al Masyaf, at Madinat Jumeirah, The Arabian Resort, Dubai, has earned international recognition as ‘Hotel of the Year’ by the editor of Gallivanter’s Guide, a prestigious UK-based travel publication.
Gallivanter’s Guide is a highly regarded publication which aims at recognising the top travel and leisure destinations for dedicated travel. The Guide has a large base of loyal subscribers providing readers honest views of hotels and resorts around the world. The publication scrutinises a hotel’s innovative style, Attention to detail and overall guest experience in order to evaluate each hotel and resort effectively.
According to the magazine’s editor, Lynn Middlehurst, “It was no easy task to agree on our Hotel of the Year, but when we listed all the attributes of the Dar Al Masyaf summer houses at Madinat Jumeirah, we found no fault.”
These authentic two-storey traditional Arabic courtyard summer houses are sumptuous in decor and surroundings with impeccable service being provided by a 24-hour butler. In addition to experiencing this genuine comfort, the resort offers a superb selection of world class restaurants, extensive leisure and health facilities including Six Senses Spa and a traditional Souk showcasing an authentic shopping, dining and entertainment experience.
GM of Madinat Jumeirah, The Arabian Resort, Dubai, Serge Zaalof, is delighted with the number one ranking. “We are honoured to accept this award and the prominent recognition it represents. Dar Al Masyaf offers a wonderfully intimate, private hide-away amidst the luxurious and extensive facilities offered by Madinat Jumeirah.”
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