Damac Maison Bay's Edge to open in May in Dubai

250-key property in Dubai's Business Bay will offer high end service across four room categories

Damac Maison Bay's Edge.
Damac Maison Bay's Edge.

Damac Properties has announced that the Damac Maison Bay’s Edge will open in May 2017.

Located in Business Bay the 250-key hotel will be positioned as a gateway to luxury, service and experience, with views over the Dubai skyline and Downtown Dubai.

Spread across 22 floors, the hotel will offer deluxe rooms, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites.

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Damac Properties senior vice president Niall McLoughlin said: “We have witnessed an increase in tourist arrivals. At the same time, the competitive environment has forced hoteliers to become more creative in their offerings to attract visitors and residents alike.

Amongst the facilities at the Damac Maison Bay’s Edge - the hotel is also equipped to provide a personal chef that can cook in the guest room.

In the courtyard at the Damac Maison Bay’s Edge is a temperature-controlled swimming pool. The gymnasium is located on the same floor.

Additionally, the hotel also offers separate ladies and gents wellness areas, each housing a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, showers, lockers and changing rooms.

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