Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas are going to open its first hotel in Dubai – Anantara Dubai Palm Jumeirah Resort & Spa in September this year. Designed to be a sign of the brand’s Asian heritage, the plush new 5 star resort is positioned on the crescent of Dubai’s famous Palm Jumeirah. Anantara’s experience will soon reach their hospitality to the vivacious Dubai zone.
Thailand’s Minor Hotels Group (MHG) are the managers of the Anantara, Avani, Elewana and Oaks hotel brands, and Anantara-branded hotel in Dubai is going to welcome guests on September 15. The Dubai-based Seven Tides Hospitality also known as Royal Amwaj, are the owners of Anantara Dubai, The Palm Resort and Spa was initially scheduled to open back in 2010 under the Moevenpick Hotels & Resorts brand.
The Asian themed style resort, with 293 guest rooms and suites, 30 rooms can are featuring direct access to the lagoon pools, 12 beach villas, 18 over-water villas and 3 highly exclusive Royal Beach Villas is going to receive its guests and give them an indulgent and amazing experience.
Exciting new facilities that consist of a private beach, 3 natural lagoons, water sports, a shoreline infinity pool, an Anantara Spa with 12 treatment rooms, a fitness studio and 2 tennis courts. A sophisticated entertainment zone can be utilized for meetings and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment will be provided. A ballroom that can accommodate 300 guests and the private beach will present inspiring locations for events and weddings.
Anantara palace has 6 themed restaurants and bars with all-day dining restaurant facility and it can serve 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. If the guests are looking for a definitive and customized private dining, Anantara has catered for a signature ‘Dining by Design’ concept that allows guests to enjoy a dining experience in a dream themed setting and a private chef too.
Seven Tides CEO Abdulla Bin Sulayem, son of Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, believes that Anantara’s vision for the property matched that of the owners and they found Anantara’s brand DNA to be a perfect match with the aspirations for this deluxe property, not just via its unique Asian design but also with high reputation of the complete guest experience.