Jumeirah Group opens properties in Rome, London and Mallorca

Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, opened three European properties in Rome, London and Mallorca.

The first hotel, the Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto, located in Rome, has 116 rooms and suites, a lobby, two fine dining restaurants, a bar, a rooftop solarium, and an Aqva City spa.

The hotel is adorned with a collection of oil paintings and lithographs by such artists as Picasso, Miro, Nespolo, Dali, Carrara, Burri, Guttuso and de Chirico, and boasts an original "Plan of Rome" created by Giovanni Battista Nolli in 1748. The guestrooms have marble bathrooms with Bulgari amenities, flat screen HD TVs, complimentary high speed Internet and photographic artwork of Rome's attractions. Many of the rooms overlook the historic Porta Pinciana and the gardens of Villa Borghese.

The newest Jumeirah Living residence, the Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living on London's Park Lane was originally built in the 1920s. The property's 133 residences range from studios through to four and five-bedroom penthouses. Services include a 24-hour concierge, daily maid service, At Home Business Solutions with an executive boardroom, gym access, 24-hour in-residence dining, secured access, and Spa Illuminata At Home treatments.

Finally, located in Mallorca's north-eastern coast, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa is a five-star hotel that offers 120 rooms with views of the Mediterranean and the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains, which were recently designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

With a total area of approximately 193,750 square feet, the complex comprises 11 buildings with a maximum height of three stories that follow the slope of the mountain.

Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto

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