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Hotel review: Jumeirah Al Naseem, Dubai

August 17
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The ho Jumeirah Al Naseem Hotel, which is Arabic for ’sea breeze’
The Location: The new hotel that’s part of Madinat Jumeirah, but has it’s own entrance – also next to Dubai’s 7 star hotel, Burj Al Arab.
The design: Contemporary and luxury – it has both the boutique design feel and the Arabian Jumeirah signature luxury within a beautiful resort.
The room: The hotel has 430 luxurious rooms and suites. Spacious, beautiful, clean cut and comes with the most incredible private outdoor terrace.
The toiletteries: The toilet, which is a walk in concept has rain showers – and use Amouage for toiletries.
The restaurants: impressive – 11 dining options so you are pretty spoilt – including Ambar lounge, Rockfish and The Palmery – as well as home to global names like Katsuya and Black Tap. The hotel also had one of the best breakfast buffets I’ve had – a variety of everything with a mix of cuisines.
The spa & gym: You get access to the fitness centre and spa of Talise Madinat Jumeirah.
The pool: The resort has 3 large pools, one adult only pool and the city’s longest beach. They also have a purpose built turtle lagoon for rehabilitating critically endangered turtles. If you’re into the low rise buildings, beaches and resort feels – this is exactly it.
The Room service:
The service: One thing I love about Jumeirah is the consistent good service you get throughout their properties – this one is no different.
Extra notes:
-Having just launched, it already got featured in Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 75 hotels.

About Jumeirah Group:
Jumeirah Group, the global luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, operates a world-class portfolio of hotels and resorts including the flagship Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts manages properties in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE, and Kuwait in the Middle East; Frankfurt, Istanbul, London and Mallorca (Spain) in Europe; the Maldives and Shanghai in Asia. Jumeirah Group also runs the luxury serviced residences brand Jumeirah LivingTM with properties in London and Dubai; the new lifestyle hotel brand VenuTM; the wellness brand TaliseTM; Jumeirah Restaurant Group DubaiTM; Wild Wadi WaterparkTM; The Emirates Academy of Hospitality ManagementTM; Jumeirah SiriusTM, its global loyalty programme; and isme by Jumeirah™ an app based rewards programme in the UAE. Future openings include luxury hotels in China, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Oman, Russia and the UAE

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