JA Beach Hotel, Dubai to reopen for business

The property was shut down due to renovation

The bedrooms have been renovated with modern wood tile flooring
The bedrooms have been renovated with modern wood tile flooring

JA Beach Hotel at JA The Resort, Jebel Ali Beach, Dubai, has completed its 2019 renovation and will now reopen on 1 September 2019.

The hotel underwent a complete renovation of the building façade and now has all-glass balconies and new furniture. The bedrooms have been renovated with modern wood tile flooring, new beds and furniture, officials revealed.

The hotel will also have several new restaurants and bars, such as the  Italian restaurant, Sette that will open in October, the Phoenicia restaurant and Vasco Da Gama, a bar and lounge based on the Portuguese explorer.

In addition to that, the existing restaurants have also been renovated.

JA The Resort in Jebel Ali Beach is also preparing to open its third hotel — JA Lake View Hotel — at the end of September 2019.

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