Two New Hotels Set to Open in Dubai

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Scheduled to open later this year in Dubai, the Address Dubai Mall and The Address Dubai Marina will add two new travel options for aficionados of The Address Hotels + Resorts.

With 244 signature rooms, 449 serviced apartments, and five modern dining options, the Address Dubai Mall will be linked directly to The Dubai Mall.  Known as world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, The Dubai Mall boasts world-class designer merchants and stores.  Travelers can also relax at the nearby Dubai Fountain and take in the awe inspiring grandeur of Burj Dubai, the world’s largest building.

Offering a slightly different experience, The Address Dubai Marina set to open in the heart of the bustling Marina District.  Each of the business hotel’s 200 guestrooms and 442 serviced residences include a private balcony opening to the marina, giving travelers the opportunity to take in a waterfront sunset before slipping off to bed.  Luxury yachts, fine dining, and five trendy lounges surround the hotel.  However, there may not be a need to go out with a ballroom equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows and a capacity for 1000 guests. And a word to the wise:  if your mind tends to wander during long business meetings, best to choose a seat facing away from the meeting room window—each of the hotel’s 15 meeting rooms feature paroramic views of the marina.

In addition, the basic amenities you would expect from a luxury hotel such as complimentary wireless Internet, iPod docking stations, and 24-hour check-in service, are included at both The Address Dubai Mall and The Address Dubai Marina.

Visit www.theaddress.com

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