Mercure Dubai Barsha Heights launches suites

The property features 408 suites

All suites feature locally inspired art, modern Middle Eastern patterns on carpets, and frames of colourful swashes that can be found in the corridors
All suites feature locally inspired art, modern Middle Eastern patterns on carpets, and frames of colourful swashes that can be found in the corridors

Mercure Dubai Barsha Heights has launched one and two-bedroom suites.

The property features 408 suites and the rooms lead to a living area and bedrooms, complete with a private balcony offering views of the sea and other landmarks.

Every suite comes with study desks in addition to lounge sofas in the living space. The one-bedroom suites feature sofa beds, while the two-bedroom suites are equipped with his and her sinks.

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All suites feature locally inspired art, modern Middle Eastern patterns on carpets, and frames of colourful swashes that can be found in the corridors.

There are four restaurants at the hotel: An all-day dining venue, a lobby café, the recently launched sports bar and a pool bar.

The Day & Night restaurant will provide breakfast spreads, a business lunch menu, themed dinners and the chef’s daily special.  Café Social, located in the lobby, features light meals, while also offering a casual setting for business meetings.


The Exit Sports Bar is the latest F&B outlet at the property, located on Level 8 of the hotel is Corner 8, a space to relax by the outdoor swimming pool deck that is fully equipped with a Jacuzzi, kids’ pool and terrace.

The hotel is also equipped with a fitness centre, spa, salon, kids’ club and modern meeting spaces, catering to the diverse guest profiles that frequent the vibrant city of Dubai.

“Our idea is quite simple. Mercure Dubai Barsha Heights – just like Dubai – is a place where people can both work and play. We want our guests to enjoy the lively atmosphere in the urban-cool setting that can be seen throughout the property,” said Mercure Dubai Barsha Heights’ general manager, Naseer Thodi.

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