Spain-based Meliá Hotels International is expanding into the Middle East with the Meliá Hotels & Resorts brand’s first property, Meliá Dubai. Located in the heart of traditional Bur Dubai, the hotel was designed by architect Marco Mangili.
The property’s design is said to showcase “classic elegance with modern contemporary European design.” Its 164 guestrooms and suites feature warm colors, custom fabrics and furniture, as well as modern designed bathrooms with rain showers and separate signature bathtubs.
Meliá Dubai debuts with Titanic by Marco Pierre White. The restaurant offers European signature dishes by British master chef Marco Pierre White. To complement the opening of Titanic, executive chef Fredric Kulczak will open the Spanish inspired all-day dining restaurant Azalya, offering buffet and a la carte dishes.
The second phase of openings at Meliá Dubai will see a number of additions to the hotel, including the introduction of their signature spa concept, Yhi Spa; Signature By Sanjeev Kapoor, the Indian master chef's first UAE restaurant; and The Level, an exclusive selection of rooms and suites offering personalized services and a private lounge. Finally, Mansion nightclub will feature sets by international DJs.
Meliá Hotels International was founded in 1956 in Palma de Mallorca (Spain). It currently has more than 350 hotels in 35 countries under its brands, Gran Meliá, Meliá, ME, Innside, Tryp by Wyndham,Sol and Paradisus.