Arjaan by Rotana Dubai Media City completes refurbishment

The hotel has also been accredited to operate dual activities offering four-star hotel services in addition to its deluxe hotel apartments

Arjaan by Rotana, Dubai Media City
Arjaan by Rotana, Dubai Media City

Arjaan by Rotana Dubai Media City has completed an extensive refurbishment project, alongside being accredited to operate dual activities offering four-star hotel services in addition to its deluxe hotel apartments.

The property underwent changes to its lounge and lobby area, rooms, banquet halls, amenities, and food and beverage outlets.

In addition to the one, two- and three-bedroom apartments, the property underwent an expansion through 2017 and 2018, adding multi-bedroom units and common spaces, increasing its lodging capacity from 167 to 242 rooms. These range from classic hotel rooms, studios, suites, one-, two-, three-bedrooms and premium rooms with private plunge pools.

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With a contemporary decor, all units have new bedding and a 180-degree rotating LCD TV screen, with guest facilities ranging from a variety of dining options, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping support.

The new Skylight café offers light snacks along with hot and cold beverages throughout the day, while Cilantro is a new addition to the F&B - a family-friendly, non-alcoholic restaurant, serving an international menu.

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