Sophisticated and showy offering, an outstanding city within a city. Geared to no-nonsense corporate clientele but with plenty of in-house facilities for leisure guests, too. 50th-floor a la carte restaurant has outstanding views. May make some travellers feel cloistered from city's real world and sufferers of vertigo need not apply. Guests may use the facilities at the beach-based sister hotel. 4 suites with kitchens. Unsuitable for children.
One of an impressive pair of ultramodern 51-storey triangular towers (2001). No balconies.
Property type: Hotel
Built Year: 2001
Sophisticated and showy with a spacious reception. The massive lobby lounge has an unusual scaffold-type atrium and internal balconies. 11 restaurants including Japanese, European, seafood, fine dining and a stylish 50th-floor French/international a la carte option with outstanding views. 7 bars. Upmarket shopping boulevard features exclusive boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops.
No grounds but there is a rectangular 1st-floor pool with waterfall, large paved terrace and a handful of wooden loungers. A further terrace extends from the stylish poolside bar/restaurant. Limited shade.
Area Type: Inland from Jumeirah Beach in a busy, modern and commercial district close to the World Trade Centre among numerous tall futuristic skyscrapers housing hotels, offices and apartments.
Nearest Shops: on site
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