Marriott opens second Aloft hotel in Dubai

Me'aisam offers 223 loft-inspired guestrooms with 9-foot-high ceilings

Aloft Me'aisam.
Aloft Me'aisam.
Aloft Meaisam.
Aloft Meaisam.

Aloft Hotels, a part of Marriott International, has opened its second hotel in Dubai- Aloft Me’aisam. Owned and developed by Dubai Properties, the hotel is situated in Dubai Production City.

Alex Kyriakidis, president and managing director, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International said: “This is an exciting year for Aloft in Dubai. Following the launch of the brand on the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Production City, we are also scheduled to be opening an Aloft in Dubai South and City Centre Deira later this year.”

Me’aisam offers 223 loft-inspired guestrooms with 9-foot-high ceilings along with brand signature offerings, such as the plush bed, a walk-in shower, custom amenities by Bliss Spa and a 49-inch LED TVs with Chromecast. Rooms at Aloft Me’aisam are equipped with SPG Keyless, a mobile check-in system where guests can utilise their mobile phones as room keys. The hotel also offers a treat for families with Camp, an adventurous initiative that includes a sleeping bag and special treats for kids.

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The new neighbourhood destination offers a variety of social spaces for travellers and local residents, such as the Aloft brand’s signature W XYZ Bar and Re:mixSM Lounge, which extends into an outdoor space, the Backyard. Both will offer the global Live at Aloft Hotels programming that showcases live acoustic performances by up-and-coming artists. The hotel also offers Re:fuel by AloftSM – a one-stop gourmet grab & go food and beverage area and City Limits, an all-day cafe kitchen providing tasty meals throughout the day.

Other amenities at the hotel include Re:chargeSM, the fully equipped fitness centre, an outdoor Splash pool and a Tactic meeting space that is equipped with state-of-the-art A/V equipment and fast and free WiFi.

Stuart Birkwood, general manager said: “Aloft is designed for the hyper-connected, tech-savvy global traveller and we’re excited to share our fresh, innovative programming to travellers, as well as local residents.”

Aloft Me’aisam is a part of Marriott International’s new hotel complex in Dubai which will also feature the Middle East’s first Element Hotel. Element Me’aisam is scheduled to open in the coming days.

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