Completing the story of Madinat Jumeirah, Al Naseem is the final piece in a two kilometres jigsaw along Dubai's coastline.
The name is Arabic for 'sea breeze' and rightly so, with its picturesque beachside location the closest to the sand of any of the four properties.
All the rooms have been decorated with depictions of Dubai’s coast, sand dunes, pearl diving heritage and historic Bedouin traditions, with each of the 430 residences having a sea view.
At the heart of the resort lies Jumeirah Al Naseem’s whopping 500sq m Royal Suite, a grand space comprising two large guest bedrooms, a beautifully decorated living room, a cinema, a fitness room, a vast outdoor space with landscaped gardens and, of course, sensational panoramic views of the Burj Al Arab.
As guests walk into the hotel’s lobby, they’re be met by a stunning sculpture of a caravan of camels running on water. The work was conceptualised by Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej, who has provided the hotel with other visually stunning works of art, including a sculpture of a poem written in Arabic calligraphy by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
The hotel will also soon be home to restaurants Black Tap – a New York burger joint set up by Michelin-starred chef Joe Isidori, which serves some jaw-dropping dishes – and Il Borro, a bistro version of a 1,000-year-old Tuscan estate, which feeds off centuries of knowledge in Italian fine dining.
Another of the perks of staying at Jumeirah Al Naseem is complimentary access to Wild Wadi Water, which is just a seven-minute walk away, while there is a 150sq m purpose-built outdoor lagoon for rehabilitating critically endangered turtles.
Jumeirah Al Naseem