Dubai will witness the opening of the city's third property managed by Hyatt International Corporation, Park Hyatt Dubai, a 225-room luxury retreat set within the Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club. The hotel is scheduled to open later this year.
The urban luxury retreat concept is a first for Dubai and features eight unique spa rooms, each with their own private steam room and treatment area, enabling guests to enjoy a premium spa experience without leaving the privacy of their room.
Park Suites feature a spacious living area adjoining the bedroom, while Park Executive Suites benefit from an additional dressing room with a prime view across the marina and creek park. The Presidential and Royal Suites are the epitome of luxury and are a perfect city centre retreat for dignitaries and VIPs.
An 840 sq m ballroom, four meeting rooms, an executive board room, impressive pre-function area, and intimate courtyards with views over the Dubai Creek and marina, positions Park Hyatt Dubai as the perfect setting for social functions and private events for upto 500 guests.
The resort will also feature the luxury day spa retreat Amara, offering a wide range of beauty and holistic treatments. Along with the unique private treatment guest rooms, each with its own private garden, it features a 25 m outdoor pool. The fitness studio will be equipped with techno-gym equipment, and guests can avail of the international golf facilities, operated by Dubai Golf. Park Hyatts see themselves as small world-class, residential-style hotels with international flair, custom-designed for those who seek personalised service and quality during their stay.
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