Jumeirah Group unveils Burj Al Arab’s little sister

Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab looks more like a superyacht than a luxury hotel

Jumeriah Marsa Al Arab | Courtesy: Jumeirah Group

Jumeirah Group has unveiled Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab, its latest signature resort that will be an exclusive addition to its beachfront hotel portfolio in Dubai.

Positioned at the tip of a peninsula at the heart of the emirate’s largest private beach, Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab will complete the Group’s oceanic trilogy, which includes the wave-shaped Jumeirah Beach Hotel and sailboat-inspired Burj Al Arab Jumeirah.

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The new resort, with design influences of a futuristic superyacht, will feature 386 rooms and suites, 4 penthouses, as well as 83 luxury hotel apartment suites, set amid private landscaped gardens. It encompasses specially integrated wellness and leisure destinations and an impressive line-up of signature restaurants, including a new concept comprising 4 restaurants in 1.

“This aspirational project defines the next era of luxury hospitality,” said Jose Silva, CEO of Jumeirah Group.

“Creating truly exceptional experiences in unmatched physical spaces that are designed for energy and redefine luxury, is a core part of our vision. Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab will be another iconic addition to the Dubai skyline, catering to the ever-evolving needs of our guests and complementing our signature properties while further establishing the Jumeirah brand across the globe,” Silva said.

The award-winning architect behind the design is Shaun Killa, whose Dubai-based architectural firm created some of the city’s most interesting buildings. Shaun Killa said: “For the design of Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab we wanted something which surpassed expectations of what supreme luxury can mean for the affluent traveller. With the new hotel’s ergonomic superyacht design, I think we have achieved that goal. Each part of the resort has been designed for the ultimate bespoke comfort and enjoyment of guests, with unparalleled exclusivity and privacy.”

The hotel’s 390 rooms, suites and penthouses all featured elevated four-metre-high ceiling heights, with many rooms featuring 11-metre-wide floor-to-ceiling balcony windows, creating a sense of grandeur and space. Contemporary luxury interiors, spacious walk-in closets and bathrooms with a view. Unique to this resort are a collection of premium suites that follow the contour of the property, each with retractable floor-to-ceiling glass walls, framing 180° views of the spectacular Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and the resort’s new superyacht marina.

In line with Jumeirah Group’s focus on elevating its dining experience and delivering culinary excellence across its portfolio, Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab will feature more than ten curated restaurants and bars, designed by internationally acclaimed restaurant designers with a focus on social-led dining experiences.

The development, which spans more than 160,000 square metres of reclaimed land, includes an exclusive collection of exceptional ocean-facing six-bedroom marina villas and a new state-of-the-art 83 berth superyacht marina and boardwalk.

Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab is slated to open in 2023.

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