In the usually vibrant Jumeirah 2 neighborhood, Four Seasons is the closest beach-facing hotel to Downtown Dubai. I would say that it is perfect for those visitors who would want to visit the 1,200-store Dubai Mall or enjoy a show at the opera house.
The Dubai International airport is a mere 20-minute drive away. If you believe in first impressions, then be prepared for the stunning lobby. It rains in freshly cut flowers in Murano crystal vases and a giant two-floor picture window framing views across the manicured lawns to the ocean.
That first impression is bound to be a long lasting one, I can assure you that. The exotic, homely property boasts vintage Four Seasons style with opulent Middle Eastern taste. You can see all of that in like gold-leaf ceilings, shimmering mosaics and marble floors.
Service is world class, friendly and relaxed. Exotic beach and pool staff stop by every now and then with complimentary refreshments like blueberry muffins, melon bowls and citrus shooters.
The only way to avoid this high-class friendly staff is to press the ‘do not disturb’ button by your sun lounger. Other services include a 24-hour fitness center, water sports, tennis courts, a beauty salon and the Pearl Spa.
The hotel offers the absolute biggest standard rooms in Dubai, each with a stupendous overhang ignoring the shoreline or Downtown horizon (set your caution right on time to watch the sun ascend behind the strong Burj Khalifa).
They likewise all have a comfortable seating region with a rich couch, ginormous cloud-like beds, an iPad Mini showing the hotel administrations, and a full marble bathroom with an egg-molded independent bath, separate shower and selective Rajasthan by Etro toiletries.
Eleven restaurants, parlors and dance club incorporate family-accommodating business sector style Suq with its live cooking stations and buffet of flawlessly exhibited pieces like wagyu meat with truffle, Arabic meze and made-to-arrange juices for breakfast.
Chic beachfront restaurant Sea Fu serves seafood with an Asian flavor while the housetop Mercury Lounge is the spot for sun downers. Five free eateries incorporate nearby most loved Coya, a station of the London-based Peruvian eatery, and Turkish Nusret.
Rooms accompany small wraparounds, toy camels and without tear toiletries. For children there are bunks, nappies, youngster sealing things, infant showers, covers and watching. The best part is that the complimentary Kids For All Seasons action focus is open until 11pm on ends of the week.
If you’re a fan of the world famous Salt Bae man, be sure to stay at this hotel. You never know when the Social media sensation shows up in your lounge. Other than, that, please let us know how your experience goes. Im sure it will be good, since Four Seasons never seizes to amaze us in any part of the world.
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