Five Jumeirah Village, Dubai to open soon

The property comprises 247 luxurious rooms and suites, and 254 one, two and four-bedroom hotel apartments

The property also has a couple of F&B concepts, like Soul Street – a multicultural hangout and the The Turn Up restaurant
The property also has a couple of F&B concepts, like Soul Street – a multicultural hangout and the The Turn Up restaurant

Dubai’s hotel Five Jumeirah Village is all set to open on 2 September 2019.

The property comprises 247 luxurious rooms and suites, and 254 one, two and four-bedroom hotel apartments and 269 pools.

Speaking about the hotel, Jaydeep Anand, CEO of Five Jumeirah Village said: ‘‘Five has established itself as a young and vibrant lifestyle brand, known for luxury, parties and award-winning dining experiences. Five Jumeirah Village follows the same identity with a great line-up of entertainment and homegrown concepts, which will turn the resort into a local hangout and the first licensed venue in the area and surrounding neighbourhood.”

The property also has a couple of F&B concepts, like Soul Street – a multicultural hangout and the The Turn Up restaurant. In addition to that, the hotel is also home to ReFIVE Spa and a gym, InstaBody.

Guests at Five Jumeirah Village Dubai are also allowed to use sister property Five Palm Jumeirah for the duration of their stay, where they can access all outlets and beach facilities at the property.

The property was initially set to be operated by Viceroy Hotels, and its owner Five Holdings took over the hotel after it also took over operations of the Five Palm Jumeirah in 2017.

In 2016, the Viceroy Jumeirah Village caught fire when it was under construction. Prior to that the tower was awarded the 'Tall Buildings' prize at the Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards ceremony in Cannes, France.

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