Golden Tulip Media Dubai reopens after a full refurbishment

The 288-key hotel invested in new services such as walk-in showers, high tech and energy saving solutions

Operators, Amine e. moukarzel, Golden tulip, Louvre hotels, Louvre hotels group, Golden Tulip Media Dubai

Golden Tulip Media Dubai in Barsha Heights has reopened its doors after a full refurbishment on services such as walk-in showers, high tech and energy saving solutions. The renovations were part of the hotel company’s strategic focus to introduce modern relevant hotels for the global citizen.

The four-star 288-key property invested more than AED 95 million (US $25m+) which included high grade finishes and marble in the public areas. The hotel also invested in an open atrium lobby, lounge café with work spaces as well as smart meeting rooms.

The property in Dubai is the first to roll out the new branding in the region with Abu Dhabi, Tbilisi, Tunis, Madinah, Riyadh and others will also feature the new branding in 2019, a statement said.

Commenting on the hotel renovations, Louvre Hotels Group president in MENA Amine E. Moukarzel said: “Our introduction of the new Golden Tulip markers and values into the MENA region, starting with Golden Tulip Media will further enhance our market presence in the midscale services of the region. We aim to provide our regional and international travellers with modern, fresh yet simple hotel services that provide todays new age guests with what they need; high quality rooms, check-in and dining experiences with an emphasis on tech solutions that allow them to stay connected at all times during their travels.”

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