Zabeel House Al Seef by Jumeirah

A quirky and contemporary hotel in one of the city’s most exciting districts
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Time Out Says

Zabeel House by Jumeirah is the second hotel to launch at Al Seef, which brings together elements of Dubai’s past and present in one of the city’s most historically significant districts.

At Zabeel House, which opened mid-2018, you’ll find a quirky, contemporary and design-led hotel, where every part of the hotel is crafted with its own little bit of personality. For starters, you can get rooms with hammocks in – and free-standing baths.

There are a number of places to eat and drink, including lobby bar Chapters and Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern restaurant Nyon. There’s also a sprawling restaurant that stretches out over the waters of Dubai Creek, with views you’ll want to write home about.

Up on the seventh floor, the Sol Sky Bar sits on the edge of the hotel’s rooftop pool, and promises near panoramic views of the city and its magnificent skyscrapers.

From a design perspective, one of the most striking centrepieces of the hotel is the Cityscape feature, which portrays Dubai’s ongoing transformation – a feature befitting its location in Al Seef on Dubai Creek, formerly one of the city’s most important trading hubs.

Also in the hotel you’ll be able to kick-back in a fully-equipped gym as well as a spa, sauna, steam room and treatment rooms for the post-workout.
It’s a top spot to explore the growing area of Al Seef from.

05 Nov 2018

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Details

Facilities24-hour front desk, Babysitting, Ballroom, Business centre, Currency exchange, Express check-in, Family rooms, Meeting/banquet facilities, Non smoking
Types4 star
Show number 04 707 7077
Dubai, Bur Dubai, Building A, Al Seef, Dubai Creek United Arab Emirates

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