Second Zabeel House by Jumeirah-branded hotel to open in Dubai

The second hotel in Jumeirah's new Zabeel House collection is a loft-style hotel on the south banks of Dubai Creek - and a rooftop pool


The second hotel in the Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection opens this week, near Dubai Creek, and next door to the newly opened Zabeel House Mini by Jumeirah.

Zabeel House by Jumeirah, Al Seef is aiming to be the "stylish older sibling", while still delivering on the collection’s ‘Upscale Casual’ promise of sharp design and smart service, with an informal approach and a moderate price point.

With 200 rooms in three different sizes for solo travelers, couples or families; a lobby filled with a collection of art and design pieces and bookcases; it will also have a  restaurant that stretches out over the waters of Dubai Creek, and a rooftop bar and pool with views across both old and new Dubai.

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The design of the hotel, from the group of human sculptures as you enter the hotel to the abstract art display called the ‘cityscape’ which portrays Dubai’s transformation, and the stereos that adorn the reception desk and the spa, it is aiming to be the go to brand for millennial travellers.

The hotel offers three room sizes (the Plush, the Popular and Suites). The rooms will also feature oversized oak dining or work tables, minimalist wardrobe spaces, hammocks for lounging on when reading, contemporary art on the walls and ceilings inspired by Dubai and free-standing bathtubs – all complete with signature black Smeg mini bars, N’espresso machines and a SuitePad.

Here's a look at Zabeel House Mini by Jumeirah.


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