Tihany Design to outfit the Four Seasons Dubai International Financial Centre

Four Seasons will open the Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre in April 2016. Located in the 110-acre Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the property’s interiors were designed by New York-based Tihany Design.

When it opens, Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre will have 106 guestrooms and suites with wood clad walls, hand-tufted custom carpeting and metal pendants. All rooms will also have the customizable Four Seasons Bed, a seating area, private bar and walk-in-closet. Meanwhile, studios and suites will also have soaking tubs.

The property will have four restaurants and lounges, including a sky bar and cigar club with 280 degree views of Burj Khalifa, city skyline and Arabian Gulf.

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Other amenities will include Internet connectivity at every room and public space, multi-level rooftop leisure deck (with lap pool, whirlpool gazebo, lounge chairs and private cabanas, juice bar and city views), as well as a spa and fitness center.

Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre will the brand's second location in the city, following the opening of Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach in 2014. Later in 2016, the waterfront Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island is also scheduled to open in the UAE capital's new CBD.

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