Royal Central Hotel The Palm soft opens on the East Crescent

The newly-opened hotel features 207 rooms and suites

Royal Central Hotel The Palm soft opens in Dubai.
Royal Central Hotel The Palm soft opens in Dubai.

Central Hotels’ Royal Central Hotel The Palm has soft opened today. Located on the East Crescent of Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, the five-star hotel on The Palm features 207 rooms and suites.

Commenting on the opening, Central Hotels vice president Abdulla Al Abdulla said: “We are very excited to announce the soft opening of the Royal Central Hotel The Palm. The hotel has been designed to make travel seamless and enjoyable with our unique ‘Stay Fresh’ concept. This opening demonstrates our confidence in the future growth of the Dubai tourism sector and we have no doubt that Royal Central will establish itself as a preferred choice among travellers.”

The beach-side property features floor-ceiling windows with a balcony in each of the rooms. Dining options at the property includes Choi, La Maison, and Ya Bahr by Dynamic Hospitality. The Baristas’ Corner offers guests freshly baked goods and speciality coffee. Hush Beach Bar will offer hotel guests an immersive experience with its locations and F&B concept.

The hotels also offers recreational facilities such as water sports, outdoor infinity pool, gym, Wellness Valley health spa as well as meeting and events space for corporate travellers.

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