Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach, Dubai opened its doors to leisure and business travelers this month. The hotel is within easy access of key business hubs, while also offering direct beach access and close proximity to Dubai’s premier shopping and dining promenade, The Walk.
The property offers more than 350 guestrooms across 45 stories. Room types range from suites to serviced apartments. Many guestrooms offer views of the Dubai skyline and marina.
On-site dining options include Fogueira, a carnivore-friendly Brazilian eatery; Speakeasy, an American pub; Shores, a restaurant with all-day international dining and live chef stations; La Sala, a classic Italian eatery; and The Sama Lounge, a casual spot with beverages and small bites alongside views of Jumeirah Beach.
“We are excited to introduce the first Delta Hotel to Middle East and Africa region and believe the brand has immense growth potential in our region with its clear ethos of — simple made perfect,” said Alex Kyriakidis, president and managing director, Middle East & Africa, Marriott International. “Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach Dubai will deliver on this promise by providing a full complement of streamlined services in a simple and straightforward way offering both choice and flexibility. Its strategic location offers our guests the perfect way to discover the city in a manner that makes travel seamless and always enjoyable.”
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