The hotel is set to open on 1 February 2024
The Lana, Dorchester Collection, Dubai has revealed it will collaborate with three chefs on four new concepts when it opens in February 2024.
The chefs are Martín Berasategui, Jean Imbert and pastry specialist Angelo Musa.
Jara by Martín Berasategui will serve Basque cuisine as well as pintxos and cocktails at Jara Bar by Martín Berasategui, both located on the 18th floor of the hotel. Inspired by the Basque region, the restaurant is named after Berasategui’s granddaughter.
Riviera by Jean Imbert will be a new modern Mediterranean restaurant inspired by Imbert’s heritage and travels. It will be his first restaurant in the Middle East, complementing his existing relationship with Dorchester Collection, as he also leads the culinary team at Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris.
Rooftop venue High Society, also developed by Jean Imbert, will serve guests at the pool during the day and become a lounge open for both hotel and non-staying guests from 5pm, with an extensive selection of champagnes, wines and spirits.
Bonbon Café Angelo Musa will be a pâtisserie serving viennoiseries, freshly baked bread, a range of chocolate bonbons and ice cream, as well as sandwiches, salads and a range of bespoke cakes.
Other outlets include The Gallery, Veranda, and Bitter Honey on the second floor of the hotel, as well as Txakolina, a speakeasy on the 18th floor, all to be led by executive chef of the hotel, Oliver Jackson.
Set to open on February 1, 2024 The Lana will comprise 225 guestrooms and suites alongside The Lana Residences.
Room rates start from AED 3,400.
For more information, visit www.dorchestercollection.com/dubai/the-lana