Dubai Gourmet will launch a boutique hotel at the family lifestyle and heritage destination, Qasr Al Sultan, in September this year.
Distinctive and traditional in style, the property invites guests to live like Sultans.
The hotel will also combine luxury and the natural elements of Dubai’s enchanting landscape, within 12 spacious 100-square metre Royal Villas designed to complement the fine dining and cultural experiences that are already available at this bespoke getaway.
Abdin Nasralla, chief executive, Dubai Gourmet said: “Since the launch of Qasr Al Sultan in February, our guests have been captivated by the experiences we’ve created, ensuring that the destination has become a place full of novelty and intrigue for residents and visitors to the UAE.
“We’re delighted to be expanding Qasr Al Sultan through the boutique hotel, and the unique Royal Villas will add another layer to our rich cultural offering, which is inspired by traditions that have not just shaped our customs but also our cuisine, art, attire, and lifestyles.”
Qasr Al Sultan is a majestic Arabian experience that captures the days of Sultans through an array of authentic culinary offerings and traditional entertainment.
Following its opening, the Qasr Al Sultan Boutique Hotel will offer guests the chance to spend the night in the desert while relaxing in luxurious surroundings.
With privacy at the forefront of the design, villas will have private entrances, parking, and a private garden for guests to bask in the sun at their leisure, while enjoying 24-hour in-room services and a personal butler available on request.
Other facilities include a private Jacuzzi, majlis seating area, and study area complete with writing desk, for a truly authentic experience.
In addition to Royal Villas, the hotel has a Sultan’s Conference Room with space to accommodate 50 guests, and is an ideal meeting venue in a spectacular setting.
Easily accessible from Dubai and Abu Dhabi and a short distance from Dubai World Central (Al Maktoum International Airport), conferencing facilities combine traditional design, modern amenities and high speed Wi-Fi, with a pre-function area.
Find out more as Abdin Nasralla, chief executive, Dubai Gourmet, speaks to Breaking Travel News at Arabian Travel Market in Dubai: