Rove Hotels to open Rove La Mer in Dubai in 2020

366-room Rove La Mer will be opened in Dubai

A render of the Rove La Mer.
A render of the Rove La Mer.

Rove Hotels has revealed plans to open Rove La Mer in Dubai. The 366-room Rove La Mer is the latest hotel to be announced in the brand portfolio in the UAE.

Rove La Mer is scheduled to open in mid-2020, in time for the Expo 2020 Dubai, and it will feature 366 rooms including interconnected rooms. Nearly 35% of the rooms are designed for people of determination.

Rove La Mer will have an all-day restaurant, as well as a Lobby Lounge, outdoor terrace and beachside food and beverage. 

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Rove Hotels currently has five operational hotels in Dubai – Rove Downtown, Rove City Centre, Rove Healthcare City, Rove Trade Centre and Rove Dubai Marina. Several Rove Hotels are being planned in Dubai and other locations in the UAE as well as in Saudi Arabia.

La Mer, which opened in October 2017, comprises La Mer North, La Mer South and Laguna, with over 100 shops, cafés, restaurants, and beach activities. The central Laguna area includes a waterpark with a surf park that is a first-of-its kind in the region. The destination spans a total of 13.4 million square feet between Pearl Jumeira and Jumeira Bay with a new cinema and additional retail and dining space planned.

Existing beaches at La Mer have been redeveloped to include showers, toilets with baby changing and access for people of determination, free Wi-Fi, information hubs, mobile charging, prayer rooms, four children’s playground areas and over 1,000 parking spaces are among the other amenities.

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