The Canvas Hotel Dubai, MGallery by Sofitel
What We Love
- Sprawling marble bathrooms with curvaceous soaking tubs, rain showers and fluffy robes
- Celeb chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s reinvented Indian classics at his Signature restaurant
- The Yhi Spa—book the couples treatment cabin for a signature massage
- The small but well-equipped rooftop pool and its panoramic views of downtown Dubai
What To Know
- The thumping grooves of the hotel’s nightclub can be heard in guest rooms some nights
- Located just 15 minutes from Dubai International Airport, the hotel is ideal for business travelers
- Upgrade to Level rooms for special lounge access, an open bar, pillow and aroma menu, and early check-in/late checkout
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Dubai glamour done right, with an inventive Indian restaurant, two bars and a state-of-the-art spa in atmospheric Old Town
While most Dubai hotels club you over the head with an orgy of bling, the Canvas oozes effortless wealth. The lobby atrium’s textural riot of buttery leather sofas, high pile carpets and low-slung loungers draws its sunset hues from the mod marble tables. Geometric wood panels, hammered silver art and copper wire bookcases lend a metallic sheen infinitely more stylish than the city’s default gold-plated decor. The understated guest rooms feel cocoon-like, with oversize upholstered headboards, curvaceous chaise longues and an earthy palette of chocolate, olive and toffee. Tech amenities include 42-inch interactive flat-screens, an in-mirror TV and iPod/iPhone docks. Glass walls open onto large marble bathrooms with separate rain showers and deep free-standing tubs. The culinary star of the hotel is Sanjeev Kapoor’s Signature restaurant, with its inventive modern takes on traditional Indian fare. Ground floor nightclub Mansion bumps house music (warning: Sound carries to the rooms on particularly rowdy nights). Recover on the daybeds surrounding the rooftop pool with its downtown Dubai views or in the Yhi Spa, which has a sauna, Turkish bath, salon and fitness area with a staff of personal trainers.
In the Area
Located in Dubai’s ironically named Old Town (the majority of its buildings were built in the 1970s), you’re well placed for exploring the gold souks, the galleries and cafés of picturesque Bastakia and the Dubai Museum, the city’s oldest building, which houses artifacts of Dubai’s fishing and pearl diving history. Dare to ascend the dizzying heights of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, then get a different view with a sail on a traditional abra boat. Indulge in the city’s favourite activity, shopping, with a visit to the Dubai Mall. It has more than 1,000 stores, an aquarium, an indoor Sega theme park and an ice rink fronted by a 30-acre lake with a dancing fountain/light show.
How to Get There
The hotel overall is good but whats make it best it's their staff customer service specially by mel and manager fatiha
mel and fatiha showed extreme friendliness and showed they cared truely because of them the overall expierience was amazing outstanding customer service.
Couple of things which they can improve like on breakfast should rotate specially when u are satying for long at the end its feel too boring becz of the same dishes and certain staff to be retrained as they forget things but overall pleasant experience.hotel location is brilliant.
Staff at the hotel are very pleasent and attentive.
Rooftop bar staff cannot do enough to enusre that you are well hydrated!
Big shout out to Majaf Sajjad for his top quality service always with a smile!
I love this stay it was good experience. And staff was very cooperative and this hotel is best for family. And staff was so nice and friendly. Food was good specially morning breakfast. Located at center