18 August 2017

ATM Review


Luxury business lifestyle
June 2008 126

Jumeirah Living, part of Jumeirah Group, recently inaugurated their newest standard for luxury living with their first Jumeirah Living World Trade Centre Residence property.

Julie Shields, Jumeirah Living general manager said that most of their projects were connected with mixed use developments, with the first – consisting of 377 apartments - opening at the World Trade Centre in Dubai in August this year.
Business travellers in Dubai for an extended stay, consultants visiting Dubai on a regular basis or  newly arrived families settling in can take advantage of this type of accommodation situated next to the Dubai World Trade Centre.
“We are all about Jumeirah and the hospitality services that run through Jumeirah, with a different style of accommodation. In WTC residences, we have luxury one, two and three bedroom apartments, the majority of which is double storey duplexes. Our target guests are the longer staying corporate clients. It’s not all corporate, but that is where the bulk of the business comes through corporate clients from the Middle Eastern markets. There is a very strong shift in the market that lends itself to this type of accommodation over small spaces and budget hotels.”
Jumeirah Living will offer three signature concepts to residents and guests. The Lifestyle Concierge will create an exclusive and personalised living experience for their audience. The Lana Ray’s Deli will be another signature concept. The Deli is a café and bakery by day and restaurant and lounge by night. The third is the Residents Lounge, which will roll out in all Jumeirah Living residences. It is an exclusive area for networking or relaxing. The World Trade Centre Residence has business centre facilities and two executive meeting rooms, a rooftop lounge, The Club café and bar, a fully equipped fitness centre and rooftop temperature controlled 25 metre lap pool. 




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