Jumeirah manages Dubai’s seafront Palm hotel

Jumeirah has signed a letter of understanding to manage one of Palm Jumeirah’s most prestigious and unique new beach front developments. The prestigious hotel will be developed by Dubai-based Al Fattan Properties LLC, a company well known for its strategically located quality lifestyle developments.

The luxurious hotel will feature 213 rooms and suites, 45 residences and 45 serviced apartments, all of which will be managed by Jumeirah.

Situated in an exclusive water-front setting, the hotel and residences will be uniquely located on the north of the crescent with direct views of Burj Al Arab, the world’s most luxurious hotel. The hotel will also feature six restaurants and lounges, extensive sport and leisure facilities, a large spa, state-of -the-art conference and banqueting facilities, an exclusive beach club and more than 200 metres of wide private beach for guests to enjoy.

Major General Musabbeh Rashid Al Fattan, Founder and Chairman of Al Fattan Properties stated: ‘It is with great pleasure I have to announce the signing with the Jumeirah Group to manage our latest prestigious and ultra exclusive hotel and resort development on The Palm Jumeirah. Al Fattan is committed to providing developments of distinction that are placed in premium locations and of the highest quality. These principles, supported by Jumeirah’s renowned standards for customer service excellence and luxury hospitality ensures that the hotel will be one of the truly great destinations to experience in Dubai.’

Gerald Lawless, Executive Chairman of Jumeirah Group commented: ‘We are delighted with the appointment to manage such a unique new hotel development and to play an integral part of one of Dubai’s most innovative and successful real estate developments, Palm Jumeirah.’


He added: ‘The hotel is a very strategic and important addition to our growing portfolio of luxury hotels and resorts worldwide and we look forward to offering guests and visitors of the hotel our unique Stay Different experience.’