Jumeirah Al Naseem is the final hotel to form part of Madinat Jumeirah, the largest resort in the whole of Dubai. Its opening also marks the completion of Jumeirah Group’s transformation of two kilometres of coastline into one of the emirate’s main tourist destinations.
Al Naseem, meaning sea breeze in Arabic, epitomises the style of this hotel. Aside from its enthralling beachside location, all the rooms have been decorated with Dubai’s coast, sand dunes, pearl diving heritage and Bedouin traditions as inspiration.
Many of Al Naseem’s 430 rooms have unmatched views of Dubai’s iconic Burj Al Arab. But that’s not all. Jumeirah’s newest addition to the family is a literal stone’s throw away from the beach, with lush gardens all around the premises and the sound of the waves crashing against the shore audible from many of the rooms.
At the heart of the resort lies Al Naseem’s Royal Suite, which is a whopping 500sqm in size. It comprises two large guest bedrooms, a beautifully decorated living room, a cinema room, a fitness room, a vast outdoor space with landscape gardens and, of course, sensational views of Burj Al Arab.
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