Le Meridien Dubai has announced the unveiling of an exclusive new room category.The 50 Art+Tech rooms at the hotel are targeted at business travellers and, with cutting edge décor, feature a range of specifically tailored facilities such as a 34 inch LCD television with Laptop connectivity; Espresso, Tea and Coffee making machine as well as a dedicated work area, which includes a specially designed desk with plug in Data Port and wireless Internet access.
The shower area offers a walk-in power shower with separate rain shower. Movement sensors are also installed for bedroom and bathroom light activation.
There more than a 100 television channels and DVD players are available for in-room entertainment of the guests.
25 rooms are already open for guests and the rest of the rooms will be ready by the end of summer 2006.
In addition to state of the art in-room technology and contemporary interior design, Art+Tech guests enjoy extra benefits such as an express check-in, luxury airport transfers and a lush garden view.
“Keeping up to date with the needs of the modern day traveller is extremely important to Le Meridien so we decided to conduct a survey, taking feedback from our regular guests in order to discover what they would like to see in a hotel bedroom,”
said Ranjan Nadarajah, General Manager, Le Meridien Dubai.
‘A good night’s sleep and consistency are high priorities for our guests. They expect a comfortable bed, including high quality linen and fluffy pillows & adequate in room workstation. We dutifully noted the response and have subsequently created Art+Tech at Le Meridien Dubai, a wholly new room category, moreover, a new room concept,’ he added.
‘The contemporary design concept for the bedrooms reflects Le Meriden’s French heritage whilst incorporating subtle Arabian flair.’
‘Aside from our extensive conference facilities, Le Meridien Dubai also features a range of award-winning restaurants which, together with the anti ageing Natural Elements Spa and Fitness Centre offers unparalleled leisure facilities, ensure that the hotel is able to provide the best and most comprehensive service possible to all of our guests,’ concluded Nadarajah.