Along with an on-site aqua park, the project brings 166 rooms and suites, the Little Birds kids’ club, three swimming pools and one ladies-only pool, as well as a plethora of F&B options. It will also soon welcome a spa with nine treatment rooms and a Turkish hammam.
“As travel has returned, we are finding that holiday-makers and residents continue to enjoy staycations and are more invested in exploring the right family-friendly options. A unique feature of the Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Village Triangle is that it is a perfect urban scape, with well-equipped facilities for kids and adults alike,” said cluster general manager, Mohamad Haj Hassan. “Guests visiting the property will also have the option of exploring connecting properties. The Novotel and Adagio will welcome Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Village Triangle guests to their fantastic recreational facilities and restaurants, or guests can choose to remain at the Mövenpick to enjoy the lush grounds and amenities reserved for our guests only,” he continued.