Marriott to open first beach resort in UAE in December

Marriott to open first beach resort in UAE in December

Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah has 608 rooms and 10 restaurants

Marriott Hotels & Resorts has announced plans to open its first resort in the UAE. Spread across 7,000 square metres of private beachfront, Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah will add 

608 guest rooms and suites, with floor-to-ceiling ocean views and private balconies, to Palm Jumeirah's popular West Beach area.

Dining options span 10 venues – "a mix of global brands, homegrown concepts and core Marriott offerings with influences and ideas from Japan, Korea, Peru, Italy and the Levant".

Facilities include Saray Spa, the resort’s opulent Middle Eastern-inspired wellness space; an ocean-view pool; a  fitness centre, an M Club Lounge, a business centre, flexible event rooms and a kids’ club.


Special Offer: The Kids Go All Inclusive Package
Created with the youngest guests in mind, Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah’s Kids Go All Inclusive Package will allow kids to dine from specially created menus at Levantera, MYAMI Pool Bar & Lounge, Bal Harbour Beach, Cucina, Señor Pico and Gelateria by Cucina. They'll also have access to unlimited soft drinks and snacks, including gelato, from select venues throughout their stay. The Kids All Inclusive package starts from AED1,500 (US$408) per room, per night for two adults and two children.

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Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah general manager Gerrit Schmitt said: “We look forward to opening the doors of the Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah and introducing the first Marriott Resort in the UAE. 

"Our guests will enjoy industry-leading business and leisure facilities, incredible dining options, wide-ranging recreational activities and the brand’s thoughtful service that is synonymous in hospitality.”

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