Rove Dubai Marina is now open for business

Rove Dubai Marina is the fifth Rove Hotels property, Emaar's midscale brand for the new generation of travellers


Emaar's Rove Hotels has opened Rove Dubai Marina, the fifth Rove-branded hotel in Dubai.

Rove Hotels currently has four operational hotels in key locations in Dubai – Rove Downtown, Rove City Centre, Rove Healthcare City and Rove Trade Centre. 

The 384-key Rove Dubai Marina has rooms with 48-inch TV, power showers in ultramodern bathrooms, interconnecting rooms for families, 24-hour boutique convenience store, outdoor pool, sundecks, a 24-hour gym, a 24-hour self-service laundromat, luggage store rooms, safety deposit boxes, sofa beds for extra guests, mini-fridge and guests have the convenience of late check-out at 2pm.

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Rove Dubai Marina F&B outlets include The Daily, the all-day restaurant. 

The hotel offers Plan & Meet rates to match the social and business needs of guests 24 hours a day. For meetings, The Daily serves lunch, while coffee, tea and water are complimentary.  

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