Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Apartments opens in Dubai

Park Inn by Radisson, the mid-scale brand of the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, opened the very first property in Dubai: Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Apartments in Al Barsha. The property is located near retail and leisure establishments, half a mile from Mall of the Emirates and Ski Dubai, 2.5 miles from the Palm Jumeirah and 11 miles from Downtown Dubai.

The new Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Apartments in Al Barsha is the 34th property of the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group in the Middle East, bringing the total room count in the region to more than 8,000.

The property has 90 accommodation units, including 60 junior suites, 18 one-bedroom apartments and 12 two-bedroom apartments.

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The junior suites measure approximately 484 square feet, and include a fully equipped kitchen, as well as a washing machine. The one-bedroom apartments, measuring 700 square feet, have all the features of the studio with the addition of a living room. Meanwhile, the two-bedroom apartments, measuring approximately 915 square feet, have two bathrooms and a living room.

Targeting business and leisure travelers, the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Apartments also features a health club with an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi, treatment rooms and a steam bath, plus 24-hour dining in-room or in the restaurant, La Mode.

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