Minor Hotel Group is expanding its presence in
the United Arab Emirates with the launch of its first hotel in
The Anantara Dubai Palm Jumeirah Resort & Spa on
the crescent of Dubai’s iconic Palm Jumeirah, is scheduled to open
in September 2013.
Set amidst lush landscaping, the new resort and
spa will offer a total of 293 guest rooms and suites clustered in
units of four to eight to maximise privacy, with 130 guest rooms
featuring direct access to 11,000 square metres of lagoon pools.
There will be a total of 12 Beach Villas, 18
Over Water Villas and three highly exclusive Royal Beach Villas.
Facilities will include a private beach,
three natural lagoons, water sports, a shoreline infinity pool, an
Anantara Spa with 12 treatment rooms, a fitness studio and two
An elaborate entertainment area will be accompanied
by meeting rooms with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment,
while the ballroom can accomme 300 people. The private beach will
provide inspirational venues for events and weddings.
themed restaurants and bars will include an all-day dining restaurant
serving classic Middle Eastern and international cuisine, an
Australian inspired grill, an Asian themed specialty restaurant, a
beachfront Mediterranean restaurant, a lobby lounge with a
dedicated shisha deck, and poolside refreshments.
When it opens, Anantara Dubai
Palm Jumeirah Resort & Spa will be a great complement to
Anantara’s three existing properties in Abu Dhabi – Qasr Al Sarab
Desert Resort by Anantara, which is positioned in the world’s
largest uninterrupted sand desert, Desert Islands Resort & Spa by
Anantara, located on Sir Bani Yas Island, and Eastern Mangroves
Hotel & Spa in Abu Dhabi City.
Dillip Rajakarier, CEO Minor Hotel Group, said, “We are
delighted to be partnering with a progressive and respected company such as Seven Tides to open our fourth unique property in
the UAE. Anantara Dubai Palm Jumeirah Resort & Spa consolidates
our brand’s focus on iconic destinations and builds upon our
growing collection of properties in some of the world’s most
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