Address Boulevard opens in Downtown Dubai

The 72-storey hotel is Emaar's first Address hotel to open in over five years

Address Boulevard.
Address Boulevard.

Address Hotels and Resorts has unveiled its new city lifestyle property – the Address Boulevard, with interiors completed by HBA Dubai.

The Address Boulevard has 196 rooms including 116 spacious deluxe rooms, 44 deluxe club rooms, 28 one-bedroom suites, seven two-bedroom suites and a presidential suite offering views of The Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa.

In addition, the hotel also has 532 serviced apartments including duplexes and two penthouses, with guests at the residences guaranteed access to the hotel’s facilities.

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Emaar Hospitality Group chief operating officer of Chris Newman said: “Address Boulevard is another statement on the ambition of Emaar Hospitality Group to set new industry standards. A celebration of the hospitality excellence that we have brought to Dubai, it is uniquely positioned as a city lifestyle resort – which integrates all the romantic charm of a resort with the convenience, amenities and appeal of a city hotel.”

There is a big emphasis on art installations as well, with a total of 48 artists and 251 pieces of art dotting the interiors of the hotel.

The hotel was originally slated for a 2016 opening, as announced at last year’s ATM.

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