AccorHotels adds serviced-apartment development to Dubai portfolio

Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai two-bedroom apartment living room. Photo credit: AccorHotels

France’s AccorHotels has opened a new hotel apartment complex in Dubai under its Mövenpick brand. The Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai is the brand’s sixth property in the emirate.
 
With 244 units that range from rooms to fully equipped one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, the property is meant to cater to both short- and long-term guests. The complex is close to the Burj Khalifa, as well as the The Dubai Mall and the Dubai International Financial Centre.

“The brand’s newest Dubai property caters to a growing demand for world-class apartment-style accommodation in one of the city’s most sought-after districts, complemented by exceptional dining options and a warm and intuitive service for which Mövenpick is renowned,” said Marc Descrozaille, COO, AccorHotels, Middle East and Africa,.
 
All guestrooms and apartments are fully serviced, and the apartments have dining areas and kitchens with stoves, microwave, refrigerator and washing machine. Guests also can request a chef to prepare meals in the apartments, or visit the all-day restaurant or Oasis Pool Lounge.
 
Other facilities include an outdoor pool, a kids’ pool, gym and sauna as well as meeting venues for up to 220 guests. All rooms offer natural daylight and can be customized to suit a range of meetings and events while the mezzanine area is a good fit for coffee breaks and receptions.
 
Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai joins AccorHotels network of 73 hotels in operation and in the pipeline with more than 21,000 rooms in the UAE. AccorHotels has more than 400 hotels with close to 100,000 guestrooms either open or in the pipeline across the MEA region. 

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