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Jumeirah Opens its Ninth Hotel in Dubai

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Jumeirah has soft opened its ninth Dubai-based property, Jumeirah Creekside Hotel.

Overlooking the Dubai Creek, the hotel is minutes away from the airport and within walking distance of some of Dubaiís most important landmarks and shopping centres.

 Adjacent to the hotel is the cityís famous ĎAviation Clubí, a sports and leisure complex home to the award winning Akaru Spa and the Dubai Tennis championships, as well as the Irish and Century Village.

The hotel brings together a fusion of contemporary design and distinct architectural features, with exposed concrete walls, high glass ceilings, culturally inspired carpet designs and a glass bottomed infinity pool overlooking the lobby.

The Jumeirah Creekside Hotel has 292 rooms and suites; a collection of over 480 pieces of art; six restaurants and bars and 26 meeting rooms - including a dedicated press room; screening room; Meeting Academy and Ballroom.

Housing a museum-quality art collection that has been specially commissioned for the property, the hotel is committed to providing a fresh perspective on Middle Eastern Contemporary Art - showcasing it throughout the hotel and its grounds allowing guests to connect, engage and experience a great selection of artwork during their stay.

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