The Ritz-Carlton Dubai adds 146 rooms

16-year old JBR property renovated to offer enhanced family experience

Ritz-Carlton Dubai
Ritz-Carlton Dubai

Ritz-Carlton Dubai has added 146 guestrooms and suites to its offering following the renovation of its Ghoroob wing.

The renovated Ghoroob wing of the resort features 138 new deluxe rooms, five executive suites and one Emirates suite, which includes a 75 square metre private terrace.

Two presidential suites feature an in-suite wellness spa experience. Each of the rooms and suites has a private balcony overlooking the gardens and the beach.

The Ritz-Carlton Dubai general manager Raul Salcido said: “The announcement follows our successful repositioning in February 2013, which coincided with the first stage of extension of the resort.

“With our completely enhanced facilities and additional rooms and suites, we are proud to remain one of the key players within Dubai’s luxury resort segment.”

The renovated wing also features a new all-day dining restaurant Caravan, with cuisine inspired by the silk and spice routes.

Caravan now also offers the Rotisserie Friday Brunch experience, which offers a farm-to-table experience for guests.

Additionally, the renovation incorporates a revamped lobby lounge and library bar and the outdoor pools, water activities and the Ritz Kids Club have been enhanced to improve the family experience at the hotel.

“Opened in September 1998, The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai, is one of the pioneer resorts in the region. For 16 years, the resort has been an acclaimed retreat in the heart of Dubai Marina, appreciated for its scenic views of the Arabian Gulf, low-rise Mediterranean style building, intimate tropical setting and service excellence.

“The full completion of our enhancement project will only add luster to this jewel of a resort, considered one of the finest in Dubai,” Salcido added.

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