Guests looking to escape the heart of the city for the weekend, this newly opened hotel on Dubai Creek Island offers to be an ideal spot for a break. Vida Creek Harbour is the third hotel by Vida Hotels and Resorts and has officially opened its doors for all. The property is located on Dubai Creek Harbour and the hotel is set up close to a number of brand-new attractions, including Creek Beach, Creek Marina with an assortment of art installations, Ras Al Kor Wildlife Sanctuary along with the upcoming Dubai Creek Tower – due to be the world’s next tallest tower.
Labelled as a “waterfront lifestyle hub”, Vida Creek Harbour has the hotel has 286 rooms and suites with views of the Dubai skyline. With dining venues, they have a laid-back lounge area, Stage2, that serves up hot and cold beverages, along with outdoor restaurant The Courtyard. Located on the hotel’s terrace, their eleborate menu includes Mediterranean and modern European favourites, along with drinks and shisha on offer.
Vida Creek Harbour by Vida Hotels and Resorts and boasts a fitness centre equipped with the latest strength equipment, cardio machines and treadmills, plus an open-air pool with views of the harbour and famous Dubai skyline. This is the second Vida hotel to open in Dubai this year, following Vida Emirates Hills’ opening back in June, and the third Dubai hotel from the brand overall.
Vida Hotels and Resorts are the new global home for upscale lifestyle destinations where guests are well-connected both inside and outside the properties. Every hotel in their portfolio offers convenient amenities to enjoy, from connect desks to relaxing and rejuvenating pools and fitness centres, and from complimentary Wi-Fi to an array of social dining options. A global lifestyle brand, Vida Hotels and Resorts is the destination for those who are looking for a bold, unique environment.
Vida Creek Harbour
Dubai Creek Island, Ras Al Khor
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 04 423 8888
Photo courtesy: www.vidahotels.com/en/vida-creek-harbour
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