Tryp by Wyndham Dubai opens its doors in Barsha Heights

The opening marks the second property of the four-star, upper mid-scale brand from Wyndham Hotel Group in the UAE

Tryp by Wyndham Dubai's fitness guestroom.
Tryp by Wyndham Dubai's fitness guestroom.

Tryp by Wyndham Dubai, billed as the 'world's largest Tryp' with 650 rooms, opens its doors today in Barsha Heights. Today's debut marks the second property of the four-star, upper mid-scale brand from Wyndham Hotel Group in the UAE, after Tryp by Wyndham Abu Dhabi, which opened in the capital in 2015.Tryp by Wyndham Dubai features a range of room categories, from its Tryp rooms and 'fitness' rooms (equipped with an in-room stationary exercise bike) to its premium rooms, Vyp rooms and family rooms, with flexibility in mind for the lifestyle-oriented, digital-savvy solo traveller or for families travelling with children. Some of the rooms come with outdoor balconies. All rooms come with free wifi access, smart TVs with in-room streaming entertainment options, in-room safes, bathtubs and showers, mini-bars and tea and coffee-making amenities.

The hotel's Vyp accommodation comes with access to the hotel's Vyp lounge, an executive club lounge that entitles guests to a host of benefits, such as complimentary breakfast, use of the business centre, and all-day complimentary beverages in the lounge, which features an outdoor terrace.

Travellers looking to stay fit can avail of the hotel's swimming pool and the Abz gym.

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Also opening with the hotel today is, Local, one of the hotel's three food & beverage outlets, with its focus on fresh, authentic food served well.

The hotel's two other outlets, BarBary and L!QD, as well as Nest, its co-working space, are expected to come online by Q4 2017.

 

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