Jumeirah Al Naseem
Time Out Says
The hotel opened in 2016 in Madinat Jumeirah, neighbouring Jumeirah Al Qasr and Jumeirah Mina A’Salam. Boasting a contemporary design inspired by Arabian heritage and interiors mimicking the fluidity of sand dunes, hotel guests can enjoy the spectacular views from the spacious rooms and air-conditioned terraces. The lobby is bright, calm and airy and sets the tone for your stay.
The hotel’s artistic design also encompasses actual art, with several pieces and sculptures by Emirati talent Mattar bin Lahej, including a stainless-steel galloping caravan of camels that guests can see upon arrival.
When it comes to dining you’re utterly spolit too. Set around the Turtle Lagoon (a large open-air turtle rehabilitation centre at the hotel) there’s a range of restaurants, including Time Out Dubai’s Restaurant of the Year 2018 – Il Borro Tuscan Bistro. There’s also US burger chain Black Tap, Time Out Dubai’s Best Fine Dining Newcomer 2018 Flamingo Room by tashas and Japanese restaurant Katsuya By Stark. There’s also Rockfish, Ambar and Al Mandhar within the hotel for everything from seafood to mezze.
The hotel’s private beach club, Summersalt, is the perfect place to unwind, while you’ll also get free access to the kids’ club for children aged between two and 12. Plus, like all Madinat Jumeirah hotels, you’ll get access to Wild Wadi Waterpark, too.
05 Nov 2018
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