Crowne Plaza Dubai Marina opens for business

Crowne Plaza Dubai Marina

Crowne Plaza Dubai Marina is now officially open and welcoming guests.

The brand, a world-respected hospitality concept, is a popular option among those seeking a business-class experience, having been carefully designed with the modern-day traveller in mind.

Crowne Plaza Dubai Marina is just 20 minutes from the Expo 2020 site and is within arm’s reach of key business hubs such as Jumeirah Lake Towers, Jebel Ali, Dubai Media City and Dubai Internet City.

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General manager, Crowne Plaza Dubai Marina, Georges Farhat enthused on the new hotel: “Our flagship property in Dubai Marina is an exciting addition to the Crowne Plaza portfolio in the region. As a flagship property, the hotel will feature a new modern design philosophy which better meets the needs of our guests: productivity, advanced restoration and inspiration, seamlessly blending work and play.”

He continued: “It features a new approach to lobby design, which can be used for co-working or relaxing. Its location makes it ideal for guests looking to stay ahead of their game while travelling for business; from a morning run on the marina waterfront walkway to after work chilling out in the heart of one of Dubai’s most exciting districts.”

The 24-storey property is home to 273 stylish hotel rooms, including 61 Club Rooms and 32 suites. State-of-the-art meeting facilities include the Marina’s first ballroom with natural light, while on the second floor, spacious meeting and conference rooms occupy 460m2 of space and are equipped with advanced audio-visual technology.

Other facilities at the hotel include six unique dining concepts, a state-of-the-art gym open 24 hours a day, plus much more.

The opening of the new hotel marks a milestone for Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts in the Middle East and represents that start of ambitious expansion plans for the brand in the region. Currently, the Middle East is home to 24 Crowne Plaza hotels (6,836 rooms), with a further eight (2,738 rooms) in the pipeline, three of which are in the UAE and three in Saudi Arabia.