Jumeirah Al Naseem to open within Madinat

Fourth hotel within the Madinat Jumeirah project will be ready to accept guests from October 2016

The Jumeirah Al Naseem is the fourth and final project within Madinat Jumeirah resort that will go live later this year.
The Jumeirah Al Naseem is the fourth and final project within Madinat Jumeirah resort that will go live later this year.

Jumeirah Al Naseem, Madinat Jumeirah’s newest hotel will open during summer 2016, marking the completion of the project within the luxury resort.

With construction of the 430-room ‘resort within a resort’ well underway, reservations are open for stays after October 1, 2016.

Jumeirah Al Naseem is set in the midst of a two kilometre stretch of sand, reaching from Jumeirah Beach Hotel in the east to Jumeirah Al Qasr in the west, overlooking Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and the Arabian Gulf.

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Its opening will also mark both the completion of Madinat Jumeirah and the final chapter in Jumeirah Group’s transformation of a stretch of Dubai’s coastline into a major touristic destination.

A ‘topping out’ ceremony was conducted last week to mark the occasion, attended by Madinat Jumeirah resort general manager Margaret Paul; Jumeirah Al Naseem general manager Richard Alexander; senior members of Mirage Leisure and Development; consultants Woods Bagot and Aurecon; and Al Futtaim-Carillion, the main contractor.

Jumeirah Al Naseem joins the Jumeirah Al Qasr, the recently renovated Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and the summerhouses of Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf, to become the fourth hotel within the Arabian resort.

‘Al Naseem’ is Arabic for ‘sea breeze’.

 

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