W Dubai – Mina Seyahi places guests on the highly sought-after Jumeirah Beach coastline.
The hotel will reflect the spirit of Dubai through its curation of art, music, dining concepts and social happenings.
Locally inspired design
Occupying a striking 31-storey glass tower, W Dubai – Mina Seyahi provides a design-led stay with views over the Arabian Gulf and Dubai landmarks.
The property reflects Dubai’s history, culture and social fabric through the design of interiors featuring details such as a welcome area inspired by snake charmers and a W Lounge paying homage to Middle Eastern gold souks.
In this setting, guests can connect over creative cocktails and cuisine highlighting local flavours, with live music and DJ sets each night.
“Local and international tastemakers with a passion for music and design will experience Dubai’s bold spirit through the W lens at W Dubai – Mina Seyahi,” said Tolga S Lacin, area general manager.
“Through the hotel’s immersive art, social happenings, thoughtfully curated music, visionary dining concepts and its legendary Whatever/Whenever service philosophy, guests can expect modern luxury delivered in a completely unique, surprising way.”
Space for guests to connect
The hotel houses 318 sea-facing guest rooms, including 27 suites, with private balconies, separate living, vanity and sleeping areas and decor integrating inspiration taken from the destination and its trade route heritage. The two-bedroom Extreme WOW Suite spans 3,000 sq ft on the 30th floor.
Guests and locals can dine and drink at venues including the indoor-outdoor all-day club Ginger Moon offering lunch, sunset and dinner menus and the poolside WET Deck offering cocktails, bites and eclectic music.
The high-energy rooftop lounge ATTIKO is set to launch this June for sundowners and late night gatherings with a menu of modern and classic Pan-Asian dishes alongside signature cocktails. Malakite beach club and pool will then debut in 2023 on a private beach with 50-metre pool and indoor arena for performances.
The hotel experience is completed with BAR-B spa featuring treatment rooms, a beauty bar and relaxation areas; the 2023 opening fitness centre, 1REBEL/FIT, marking the UAE debut of UK-born 1Rebel; and event space spanning three studios and pre-function space.
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