Jumeirah Emirates Towers
What We Love
- 16 restaurants and bars, including a taste of London at The Ivy and Lebanese at Al Nafoorah
- The speedy glass elevators accessing all 56 floors
- The oxygen bar at Talise Spa
- A ground-level mall with outposts of Lanvin and Cartier
What To Know
- Airport shuttle fee: $68 per vehicle (one way)
- There’s a fee for high-speed Internet in the business center
- Breakfast costs around $38
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The twin triangular topped towers — one an office block, the other the 56-floor Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel — are a distinctive feature on the business district skyline. There’s a masculine feel to the architecture and the interiors with contemporary décor in muted shades and dark woods. But there is a women-only floor that’s serviced exclusively by female staff and includes, of all things, a cosmetics fridge. At lobby level, the Boulevard is an upmarket mall that sells Cartier and Lanvin. The spa has a flotation pool and oxygen bar, while the 16 restaurants and lounges include light bites and a knockout outlook at Vu on the 51st floor.
In the Area
There’s a lot of wealth in Dubai’s business neighborhood, and they’re not afraid to show it: the gate-shaped Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is a must see, and it isn’t all business, with restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. Nearby is the 2,717-foot-high Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, which has an observation deck if you have a head for heights, as well as At.mosphere restaurant on level 122, and a surrounding 27 acre park with a spectacular water and light show for those who prefer to keep their feet on the ground. Another world record holder in the area, at over 12 million square feet, is the Dubai Mall, where you can scuba dive, ice skate and see 3D movies (in addition to, ya know, shopping).
How to Get There
We loved staying at the hotel: room, Breakfast, transfer to the beach - everything is super!!!!!Hospitality, cleanliness, comfort-the main features of the hotel.We will definitely recommend to our friends a hotel where you want to go back.
I returned back from my Safari to surprisingly find out my bracelet was stolen from my room. I placed it on the night stand by the big window and it was not there when I returned. It was a birthday gift and meant alot to me. I would like it returned back to me! It kinda ruined my trip this makes me sad because it is a really nice hotel and the people were really nice but I it makes me uncomfortable when you go to a hotel with such reputations that you can't trust the workers. This could affect the hotel reputation...
It waas greret holiday to my family as every thing were in preofessional way; staff were very friendly and co-operative and the suite were tidy, clean and view for Dubai was very formidable as well. Parking service were very fast and in professional way
We usually stay at The Madinat but for four nights wanted somewhere a little cheaper without compromising on quality.
This hotel ticks all the boxes.
We had a suite with club access which is a must. The suite was very comfortable with amazing bed linen. One gripe was the sofa bed was very uncomfortable for my daughter so they put in a camp bed which was better.
The pool area is small but the beds are nice. It lost the sun around 3pm.
The highlight of this hotel is the shuttle to the Madinat where you can use the pools, beach, Abras and wild wadi for free.
It’s a shame they have stopped offering half board vouchers as it would have been nice to have had lunch there as so much Choice.
Club lounge is a must, service excellent. Thought the food Choice was poor compared to other hotels.
We will definitely return
Excellent hotel in the centre of Dubai, staff were very helpful and professional, some great food venues especially at the top of the hotel which provides fantastic views of Dubai. Will definitely return to this hotel.