Mandarin Oriental has expanded its portfolio of luxury hotels to the Middle East with the opening of the Mandarin Oriental Jumeira in Dubai, UAE.
Located near the water's edge, the 256-room resort was designed by the acclaimed international designer Jeffrey Wilkes and features a variety of guest rooms and suites, most with private balconies and terraces, as well as views of the ocean or the city's iconic skyline.
Facility-wise, Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai has six restaurants and bars, including two signature restaurants: Tasca by Portuguese celebrity chef Jose Avillez, as well as Netsu, a Warayaki-style Japanese steakhouse by Australian-born chef Ross Shonhan.
Elsewhere, the hotel features a 2,000sqm spa with nine treatment rooms, as well as a state-of-the-art-gym. Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai also comes with meeting facilities. First and foremost is the beautiful 650sqm ballroom, which sits up to 360 guests and has a beachfront terrace. There are also four elegantly appointed meeting rooms that enjoy natural daylight and can be further divided into seven separate spaces.