Accor has expanded the SLS Hotels & Residences brand to the Middle East with the opening of SLS Dubai – one of the tallest buildings in the emirate. The French hotel juggernaut acquired sbe’s hotel brands, which includes SLS, late last year.
Located in the Downtown district, SLS Dubai offers 360-degree views over the city, with unobstructed views of the Burj Khalifa, along with a clear overhead of the calming Dubai Creek.
The 75-storey tower makes SLS Dubai one of the tallest hotels and residences in the region, and its pools among the highest globally. Developed in collaboration with international architecture firm Aedas, SLS Dubai features 254 hotel rooms, 371 residential units, 321 hotel apartments.
SLS Dubai presents a host of truly enriching and elevated experiences via its portfolio of diversely distinct luxury brands. From Fi’lia, the entirely female-run restaurant that celebrates food & identity, to Carna by the award-winning Italian butcher Dario Cecchini’s contemporary steakhouse, SLS Dubai’s culinary venues are a testament to the hospitality hallmarks of the SLS brand.
Hotel guests will enter through the ground atrium, take an express elevator to the opulent Sky Lobby on the 71st floor, giving them panoramic views of the city’s skyline through its floor-to-ceiling windows.
On the 75th floor, sits Privilege, a lounge and nightlife venue, featuring the region’s highest two infinity pools.
The property features 12 Chairs, a caviar bar that showcases the very best of caviar exclusively reserved for only a few select guests.
SLS Dubai also includes sbe’s signature Ciel Spa, the epitome of luxury with treatment rooms, plunge pools, a hair and nail salon, a fully equipped gym and two outdoor terraces.
Other properties in the SLS Hotels & Residences collection include SLS Beverly Hills, SLS South Beach, SLS Baha Mar, SLS Brickell and SLS Cancun, while the future pipeline involves projects in Doha, Downtown LA, Puerto Madero (Buenos Aires), Abaco, Mexico City, Zihuatanejo (Punta Garrobo), Pilar and Harbour Beach (Cancun).