Fifth phase of Broadway Malyan-designed Jumeirah Beach Hotel to be completed in 2018

Jumeirah Beach Hotel announced the fifth phase of its expansion plan, which is set for completion in 2018.

The masterplan vision and concept for the expansion was delivered by global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan. The project was undertaken on behalf of Jumeirah Group, with the practice’s designers in Abu Dhabi and Lisbon, Portugal, partnering with the client on the project.

The project will see the addition of an ultra-luxury resort to the existing Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which will have350 hotel rooms with panoramic beachfront views of Burj Al Arab, dedicated new beach offering private beach experiences and recreational marine facilities that encompass spas, health clubs, elevated tennis courts, a sports complex and a range of ocean-facing retail, food and beverage outlets.

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The new resort will see expansion of the existing yacht marina, doubling its current capacity. It will also offer a variety of leisure facilities, equipped with entertainment amenities.

Jumeirah Group, a global luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, currently manages 22 luxury hotels in over 10 countries with plans to add 10 new hotels to its Dubai portfolio in the next few years.

PHOTO FROM BROADWAY MALYAN

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