Dubai's new hotels will dazzle business travellers

By Chris Chamberlin , February 3 2016
Dubai's new hotels will dazzle business travellers

Starwood Preferred Guest members are in for a treat with four new hotels in Dubai – two of them now open with two more on the way – while Marriott Rewards cardholders will too gain a new Dubai hotel in 2016.

In a city where cranes form an almost-permanent part of the skyline, Langham Hospitality Group is also betting big with a new five-star luxury hotel on the map for 2018: here's what you can expect to find in the ever-growing metropolis that is Dubai.

New hotels in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Starwood’s luxury St. Regis Dubai hotel opens its doors

Paying homage to The St. Regis New York hotel, French beaux-arts architecture and neoclassical interiors combine with a crystal skylight to convey luxury and elegance throughout. Read more...

Marriott plans new luxury Edition hotel for Dubai

Following the expected 2016 unveiling of the neighbouring Edition Abu Dhabi, this 258-room hotel will sit on the waterfront as part of Jumeirah Beach Residence. Read more...

Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai now open for business

Towering at 54 storeys on Sheikh Zayed Road is the new Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai, which now welcomes travellers with 654 rooms in the UAE. Continue reading...

Langham Place Downtown Dubai luxury hotel to open 2018

Does Dubai have room for yet another luxury hotel? Langham reckons the answer is a gilt-lined 'Yes', and expects the Langham Place Downtown Dubai will prove its point. Read more...

Starwood to open Aloft, Element Dubai Raffa hotels

The UAE will play home to new Aloft Dubai Raffa and Element Dubai Raffa hotels from 2018, from which time travellers can opt for any of the Starwood brands in the Middle East. Read more...

Also read: JW Marriott Marquis Dubai review: the world's tallest hotel

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Chris Chamberlin

Chris Chamberlin is the Associate Editor of Executive Traveller, and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins not just with a single step, but also a strong latte, a theatre ticket, and later in the day, a good gin and tonic.


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