Nikki Beach Dubai adds hotel to beach club

The popular beach club is now also a hotel

Nikki Beach Resort & Spa.
Nikki Beach Resort & Spa.

Nikki Beach Worldwide has opened its first Dubai hotel: Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai, the fourth addition to its resort collection on December 20, 2016.  

The 132-key property, located on Pearl Jumeirah, has a 450-metre long beach, and comprises 117 rooms and suites and 15 villas alongside 63 private residences. The other Nikki Beach Resorts are in Bodrum, Porto Heli and Koh Samui.

Nikki Beach Hotel & Spa general manager Alexander Schneider said in a release: “The hotel’s location on Pearl Jumeirah makes it easily accessible from the city’s main transport arteries, including Sheikh Zayed Road and Jumeirah Beach Road, while also offering a sense of seclusion.

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"Minutes away from the new Etihad Museum and Union Flag, and within six miles of the Dubai Mall and premier dining and shopping destination City Walk, the resort is a great springboard into an exploration of the city."

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