Four Seasons Jumeirah Dubai grand opening on December 1st


December 1st 2014 is the date to save to celebrate the grand opening of the new Four Seasons Resort at Jumeirah Beach where personalized service, uncompromising quality and the utmost attention to every detail are the ultimate luxuries.

Set on a 270 metre convenient beach front location in a chic coastal community, that’s equally ideal for relaxation or high-level business.

In the 237 ultra-spacious guest rooms – including 49 suites – the décor blends Arabic design motifs with cool, contemporary style, creating an atmosphere of light, airy luxury.


Four Seasons Jumeirah is proposing 10 restaurants and bars, as well as one of the city’s most lavish spas, three swimming pools and fun family activities.

Simon Casson, Regional Vice President and General Manager of         Four Seasons     Resort Dubai, says: “For those already familiar with Dubai’s sky-piercing architecture and over-the-top opulence, prepare to be surprised. Our Resort is an intimately scaled, luxurious enclave of comfort and style, in the heart of one of the world’s most dynamic cities.”

Stay in Style at Four Seasons Resort Dubai

Envisioned by world-renowned architects WATG, the Resort’s sophisticated seaside style has been designed by San Francisco-based interior designers BAMO

Balconies off each of the 237 guests rooms and suites offer sweeping views of the sea or the city’s famous skyline.

Three sumptuous suites on the Resort’s uppermost fifth floor include the Presidential Suite and Penthouse Suite, each boasting its own media room, private gym and panoramic sea views from the wrap-around terrace; and the Royal Suite – accessed by its own private elevator – with spa, gym, show kitchen and, at the heart of the space, a grand salon with its own piano, perfect for entertaining.

There is still one more surprise to come:  “We will soon unveil a very special freestanding villa hidden in the gardens of the Resort that will rival the very best accommodations in the Middle East, if not the world,” hints Casson.

Where Dining Out is an Art

Executive Chef Gilles Arzur,has been sourcing local produce that stars in lighter dishes that delight and satisfy, while leaving guests energized for the day in Dubai.  But not to worry he says, “Executive Pastry Chef David Peduzzi is a master of indulgence, whether for special occasions celebrated at         Four Seasons,     or a sweet ending to a wonderful meal.”


The Pearl Spa

Facilities encompass ten treatment rooms including the Royal Spa Suite – all boasting natural light and discreet outdoor space – a deluxe aqua-thermal experience, full men’s and women’s changing and relaxation areas, juice bar, Ever En Vogue Coiffure, men’s grooming lounge, and more.

A beautiful gold-leaf mosaic tiled indoor pool is at the heart of the complex, framed by classically-inspired columns beneath a glass atrium. The 24/7 fitness centre  harnesses the natural energy of the sun with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out across the gardens and pools.  A full-service tennis club includes two hard courts and pro shop, and at the watersports centre on the 270 metre (886 foot) natural beach, active travellers and families can plan leisurely hours spent on the calm waters in kayaks, dinghies and catamarans, or atop a paddleboard.

Two outdoor pools – the family-friendly Active Pool and the Quiet Pool – are set amid lush gardens by the sea and surrounded by Day Villas, including four “supercabanas” complete with private sun terrace, mini bar, air conditioned interior and private bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers.

Four Seasons expansion plan to continue

Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach and the new Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, set to open in early 2015, join Four Seasons     Hotel Doha in Qatar and Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as the brand’s collection of Arabian Peninsula properties continues to expand.

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