Jumeirah opens newest hotel in Dubai's Al Seef

Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah completes a trio of hotels located in Al Seef

Operators, Jumeirah group, Al Seef by Jumeirah, Dubai, Al Seef

Jumeirah's latest hotel, Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah, has opened on the south banks of Dubai Creek

With views that overlook the alleyways of the souk or across the  waterways of the Dubai Creek, the hotel also has an Emirati restaurant, Saba’a.

The 180-key hotel also has 10 suites that reflect the emirate's pearl trading past and Emirati crafts, with a colour palette inspired by the UAE’s natural environment. Historical artefacts adorn the walls, with furnishings including old style light switches, rotary dial phones, hanging oil lanterns and framed photographs of the souk and creek through the years – a visual exploration of the heritage of Arabia.

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Guests can book their stay from just AED 250 plus government fees and taxes, as an introductory opening offer.

Alessandro Cabella, area general manager, Jumeirah Group said: “Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah is a real passion project. Everything within the property adds to the authenticity of the environment and experience, providing multiple opportunities for beautiful photographs, quiet nooks to relax and spaces to feel as if you have been swept away to a well-preserved gem of the past while still enjoying the modern-day comforts of our quality service”.

Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah completes a trio of hotels located in Al Seef. The hotel joins the two recently opened hotels located at the opposite end of the destination’s promenade that stretches for 1.8km alongside Dubai Creek: Zabeel House by Jumeirah Al Seef and Zabeel House Mini by Jumeirah.

Related: Inside Jumeirah Group's new brand: Zabeel House by Jumeirah

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