The flagship Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina is scheduled to open mid March this year.
Modelled on the same lines as its international counterparts, the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina will combine the benefits of its location and design, with superior services and amenities – in order to offer guests a personal experience.
General manager Michael Scully said, “Personalised guest service is truly the hallmark of the Westin brand and among our many innovations are the ‘Heavenly’ line of services and amenities. In each of the 31 countries that we operate in, Westin has established a strong tradition of anticipating guests needs, then meeting and exceeding them.
At The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina, we are geared to follow the same traditions, as we converge hospitality experiences from different parts of the world, as well a creating a unique outlook on entertainment and lifestyle experiences,” he stated.
Scully said the intrinsic strengths of the Westin team in Dubai would also do much to bolster the brand’s reputation for superior services. “Our international standards and local strengths are a formidable combination, and guests will have much to look forward to during their stay with us in Dubai.”
The property will feature 294 rooms, including 216 deluxe rooms, 52 executive rooms, and 24 suites, spa, health club, and three themed restaurants.
The new resort, located on a 1,200 metre private shoreline, will feature a 238 berth marina, five swimming pools, a water sports centre, a sailing academy, and facilities for deep sea fishing and boat chartering.
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