One of Dubai’s most iconic hotels, Jumeirah Al Qasr, has announced the refurbishment of its full inventory of rooms and suites, maintaining its traditional Arabic style.
The hotel in the heart of Madinat Jumeirah said all 294 rooms, complete with terraces and balconies, have been revamped to offer a "rich and yet modern Arabic experience", designed by Khuan Chew of KCA International Interior Design.
The Royal Suite and Presidential Suites have also been fully renovated with changes being made to the dining area of the Royal Suite, as well as arabesque ceiling joists and mosaics added into the flooring.
Rebecca Nachanakian, general manager of Jumeirah Al Qasr and Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf said: “Jumeirah Al Qasr emanates the palatial feel that celebrates Arab culture and tradition perfectly.
"The newly renovated rooms encourage a total cultural immersion of modern Arabia, yet with the traditional design and architecture the hotel is famed for.
"Like a timeless tale majestically told, the refurbishment adds to the hotel’s reputation as the most regal of the Madinat Jumeirah’s four hotels – the paradigm of Arabian palatial luxury in its finest form.”
The hotel, which has rates starting at AED900, also boasts 2km of private beach and the largest acclimatised swimming pool in Dubai, surrounded by 40 hectares of gardens, restaurants and pool bars.