Novotel Bur Dubai officially opens for business

Property features 219 rooms and suites

In addition to the rooms, it features a wide range of wellness facilities and leisure activities, including a fully equipped fitness centre, an outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool and massage treatments
In addition to the rooms, it features a wide range of wellness facilities and leisure activities, including a fully equipped fitness centre, an outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool and massage treatments

Novotel Bur Dubai, the four-star, midscale hotel in Dubai Healthcare City (DHC) has officially opened for business.

His Excellency Sheikh Mubarak A M Al-Sabah, Chairman of Action Hotels, the property’s owning company, declared Novotel Bur Dubai officially open.  This was done in the presence of His Excellency Diab Farhan Al Rashidi, Consul General of Kuwait in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, Her Excellency, Raja Rabia, the French Consul General in Dubai, and His Excellency, Ian Halliday, the ConsulGeneral of Australia in Dubai.

“We are delighted to be the first four-star midscale hotel in Dubai Healthcare City,” said Marc Descrozaille, chief operating officer, Accor Middle East & Africa.

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“This newly-opened property is set to become a go-to destination for a variety of travellers, offering modern and stylish rooms, as well as carefully curated dining options focusing on health and wellness, which ties in seamlessly with the Healthcare City community, appealing to both residents and visitors alike,” he added.

Novotel Bur Dubai features 219 rooms and suites, along with a wide range of wellness facilities and leisure activities, including a fully equipped fitness centre, an outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool and massage treatments.

“It was a huge honour to declare that Novotel Bur Dubai has officially opened. Our passionate team has worked extremely hard during the pre-opening leading up to this moment, offering guests a modern, full-service hospitality that centres on individualised and personalised guest experiences,” said Bruno Fischer, general manager of Novotel Bur Dubai.

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