Element Hotels, part of Marriott International, announced the opening of Element Al Jaddaf in one of Dubai’s emerging districts. Element Al Jaddaf presents an eco-friendly concept for guests seeking to maintain a balanced lifestyle while travelling.
“Element is a recognized industry leader in the longer-stay eco space and is designed to empower guests to stay in their element while traveling,” said Guido de Wilde, Chief Operating Officer – Middle East, Marriott International. “Element Al Jaddaf marks the opening of the second Element in the UAE and we are delighted to further amplify the brand’s eco-ethos and fresh approach to the extended stay segment in the country.”
Element Al Jaddaf offers a collection of 269 studios, one and two-bedroom apartments, making the property an ideal proposition for business travelers, longer staying guests, and holidaymakers.
Guests opting for a one-bedroom apartment can enjoy the privacy of a separate living and sleeping area, accommodating up to four guests. The two-bedroom apartments can accommodate up to six guests, and feature a spacious kitchenette, two bathrooms and expansive living and dining areas.
The hotel’s complimentary healthy Rise breakfast offers morning staples, while the all-day restaurant, Café 26, serves lunch and dinner. With the health and wellbeing of its guests in mind, Element Al Jaddaf is a dry hotel with an ample selection of juices, smoothies, coffees and teas.
The hotel features a business center with three compact meeting rooms, and for an additional cost includes coffee, tea and lunch. The hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness center, fitted with the latest equipment, is open 24-hours a day. From the rooftop, guests can enjoy majestic views of Dubai’s famed skyline, the expanse of the Al Jaddaf Waterfront and Dubai Creek, whilst relaxing in the panoramic freshwater pool or on the terrace.