Arabian Park Dubai reopens after refurbishment

Arabian Park Dubai reopens after refurbishment

Arabian Park Dubai, an Edge by Rotana hotel, reopens its doors for guests in the Al Jaddaf district, offering guests an array of leisure and meeting facilities. The hotel makes a notable comeback, with contemporary interiors, enticing culinary facilities and 328 sophisticated and modern rooms that boast the latest in-room technology and comfort.

Haytham Omar, complex general manager of Al Jaddaf Rotana and Arabian Park Dubai, said: “We are delighted to announce the reopening of Arabian Park in Dubai. In our endeavor to re-establish the concept of budget-friendly and exceptional service, Arabian Park Dubai marks its presence to provide comfortable living with a touch of elegance. The hotel is conveniently located close to Al Khail road, with easy access to some of the major attractions in the city. Our guests can also take advantage of the complimentary shuttle bus to La Mer Beach and Dubai Mall. With Top Spin Tennis Academy and Al Wasl Football Club within close proximity, the hotel can easily accommodate sports groups as it boasts a large number of twin rooms in its inventory.”

The elegant hotel is home to four dining concepts, including the exquisite Gardenia, an all-day dining destination that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner; Cheers Pub, with a wide selection of bar bites, mocktails and cocktails; Deli-cious, which boasts a 24-hour takeaway service; and The Blue Lounge Bar, serving artful drinks and delectable bites around the pool.

The hotel also features a gymnasium and two meeting rooms.

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