Dubai’s Five Jumeirah Village leaves neighbouring residents complaining about loud music

Property says noise levels “within permissible levels”

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

The recently opened Five Jumeirah Village has reportedly been the focus of complaints of residents who live around the property.

According to a report by the National, residents have complained that the loud music from the property “has left them unable to sleep”.

The hotel regularly hosts pool parties and residents have complained that the music, especially, on Friday becomes unbearable, with parties sometimes beginning as early as 10 am.

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Residents also said that valet drivers honk throughout the night, keeping them up in the process.

When Hotelier Middle East contacted the property, a spokesperson said, “We have had overwhelming support from the Jumeirah Village community and the master developer since opening Five Jumeirah Village. With regards to a few complaints from this neighbour, we have tested the noise levels and are within the permissible levels set by authorities during peak hours.”

The report also added, that the hotel had informed residents that a sound barrier was going to be put in place by October 15, but it hasn’t been done so far.

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

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