Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai renovates property for $12 million

The five-star property will now have the "only Korean Spa" in Dubai

The rooms now have a new colour scheme when it comes to furniture, spacious re-designed bathrooms and hi-tech in room equipment
The rooms now have a new colour scheme when it comes to furniture, spacious re-designed bathrooms and hi-tech in room equipment

Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai has renovated its property for an estimated US$12 million. The refurbished rooms are now more spacious and the hotel also includes a Korean spa.

As part of its refurbishment, the five-star property renovated its 256 guestrooms, suites. The rooms now have a new colour scheme when it comes to furniture, spacious re-designed bathrooms and hi-tech in room equipment.

The spa, which saw an investment of nearly US$ 1.3 million features the only Korean Beauty spa in Dubai with three treatment rooms, two male grooming pods, two female beauty pods, two steam rooms, a gym and a workout classroom.

Commenting on the renovation, Fabien Chesnais, the hotel’s general manager said: “I’m delighted to announce the completion of the rooms and suites renovation project at Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai. Our aim was to enhance the guest experience in our hotel. We are confident our local and international guests will enjoy the updated look and feel of our modern rooms and suites from the moment they walk in the door."

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