Sofitel Dubai Downtown
Time Out Says
The hotel also boasts a rooftop infinity pool overlooking the Burj Khalifa and the Arabian Gulf, and a top-notch spa.
Restaurant-wise there’s Peruvian restaurant and bar Inka, contemporary pan-Asian eatery Wakame and a swish rooftop lounge, among others.
Other offerings include Club Millesime, an Executive VIP Lounge with indoor and outdoor dining areas, a living room, a private board room, a relaxation area with massage chairs, and an exclusive floor just for females.
Located on the 15th floor, the Sofie’s ladies’ floor features 12 rooms and suites that include several elegant feminine touches and amenities to enhance the experience and provide added comfort, service, style and quality.
Families will also be happy to hear that the hotel also has a family-friendly room category called the “Luxury Le Petit Prince Family Room”. Catered to families, the room is for two adults and two kids and has foldable bunk beds.
In 2019 the kids’ club was upgraded with the hotel aiming to attract more families and become a preferred family destination within Downtown Dubai.
By Time Out staff | 15 Sep 2020
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