New art-inspired Dubai hotel to open in February

Noon Hotel Apartments to showcase three Middle Eastern artists

Noon Art Boutique Hotel Apartments is to feature 45 apartments, spanning 12 floors, and including one, two and three bedroom suites.
Noon Art Boutique Hotel Apartments is to feature 45 apartments, spanning 12 floors, and including one, two and three bedroom suites.

Noon Art Boutique Hotel Apartments is due to be Dubai’s first art inspired hotel and residences when it opens on February 10.

Located in Dubai’s Al Barsha, it will include 45 apartments, spanning 12 floors, and including one, two and three bedroom suites.

Sami Kriaa, general manager, commented: “We are very excited to bring this bespoke offering to Dubai. Noon Art Boutique Hotel Apartments and Gallery is a refreshing concept that will encapsulate the importance of art and culture in this ever-expanding city. We have created a beautiful refuge for like-minded people to come together and by doing so we are supporting and nurturing the existing artistic heritage of Dubai.”

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The brainchild of Khalid Al Mutawa, it will include a dedicated art gallery displaying Middle Eastern art and will support local artists by displaying their creative pieces throughout the premises.

In addition to the art gallery, it will feature a roof-top swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, a state-of-the-art gym and restaurants.

The three artists who have contributed to the project are Dr Najat Meky, an Emirati artist, Ali Hassan, a resident of Qatar and Khaled Ben Simane, a Tunisian national.

Noon Art Boutique Hotel Apartments are due to open on February 10. The art gallery and café – located on the first floor of the hotel - will be open to public visitors.

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