sbe’s exciting new SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences, developed in collaboration with World of Wonders Real Estate Development, will be opening its doors to the public in Q2, 2021.
Standing 75 storeys tall, the property is situated in Downtown Dubai’s Burj Khalifa District and houses 254 hotel rooms, 321 apartments and 371 branded residences.
The new hotel and residences will be home to sbe’s signature culinary concepts including Fi’lia, an Italian restaurant, and Carna by Dario Cecchini, a contemporary steakhouse from the legendary butcher from Tuscany.
Adding to this, guests will be able to enjoy S Bar, sbe’s mixology lounge found in the lobby, as well as signature rooftop nightlife venue, Privilege; EllaMia, a sophisticated café; and the exclusive 12 Chairs Caviar Bar, where caviar takes centre stage.
Other facilities at the stellar property include a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a salon, the exclusive Ciel Spa and two infinity pools – the highest in the world – granting stunning vistas of Dubai’s glittering skyline.
Chief operating officer, sbe, Chadi Farhat remarked: “We are excited to open our first SLS hotel in the Middle East in collaboration with Mehmet Nazif Gunal, founder and chairman of World of Wonders Real Estate Development, and his incredible team. We are excited to open our doors to Dubai’s diverse travellers and residents, welcoming them with the signature SLS style of luxury, hospitality and comfort.
“Naturally as a major destination for global travellers, Dubai was the ideal location for our next SLS hotel. Home to over six of sbe’s signature culinary and nightlife experiences, SLS Dubai will be the ultimate lifestyle destination in Dubai,” Farhat concluded.
SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences has been designed by the renowned Dubai-based designer, Paul Bishop. Its stunning interiors are sleek and modern, and have been decorated with unique artwork, accents and aesthetics that embody the ethos of the SLS brand.
Upon its opening, SLS Dubai will represent the seventh SLS hotel, with 17 additional trendsetting destinations planned to open across North America, South America and Asia within the next five years.