Four Seasons Resort Dubai completes renovation of Imperial suites

Suites feature entrance halls, walk-in wardrobes and interconnecting rooms

The bathrooms feature marble flooring and twin vanity areas
Gerry OLeary
The bathrooms feature marble flooring and twin vanity areas

Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach has revealed its 11 renovated Imperial suites.

The suites feature an entrance hall that leads to an open-plan living area and dining room illuminated by a chandelier designed by Gabriel Scott. The chandelier is made up of geometric and multifaceted shapes.

The suite then branches off into private quarters, a guest washroom and a functional kitchen. The private wing features a bedroom, a walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom that models the property’s mosaic design above the bath, paved with a marble floor and equipped with a large shower, a free-standing bathtub and twin vanity areas.

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The 11 renovated Imperial suites, also offering inter-connecting rooms, start from 210 square metres and can accomodate up to three adults or two adults and two children.

Designed by French interior architect, Sybille de Margerie, the suites were created with the surrounding natural landscape in mind, the palm leaves and the orange desert sands.

The suites’ layouts have been adjusted to reflect changes in guest expectations with contemporary room designs reflecting a residential feel, while maintaining the Mediterranean finishes of the resort.

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