Review Armani Hotel Dubai Burj Khalifa

The building was originally named Burj Dubai. It was later renamed in honour of Abu Dhabi’s ruler, who financed the project. The tower was completed in 2012. At the end of this clip, I’ll visit the skyscraper’s observation decks. The hotel is surrounded by green spaces & water features It enjoys the best location to explore downtown Dubai’s most famous attractions. The hotel also offers direct access to the Dubai Mall. I’ll visit the Dubai Mall – the world’s second largest shopping mall – at the end of this clip. Tour of the majestic ground-floor lobby. This light-flooded space is nestled between three glass pavilions at the tower’s base.

There arb only two Armani branded hotels ift the world. The other office is in Milan, home town of world-famous fashion designer-Giorgio Arma. The hotel’s discreet minimal opulence reflects Armani’s signature style. Armani oversaw all aspects of the hotel’s decoration. The interior features a palette of dark greys and neutrals. This creates a serene and chic ambiance. This is the hotel’s reception area. Check-in and -out is done here. Every detail of the design reveals Armani’s signature. Armani’s creation of the hotel’s interior is as detailed as his approach to a couture garment. An Armani gift store is located in the back of the lobby.

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It offers a carefully curated collection of artisan chocolates and praline coated almonds. The shop leads to a wall with jewelry displays. Behind this wall is the Armani/Galleria, one of Dubai’s most exclusive boutique shops. We’re back at the hotel entrance. The property features one of the most stylish lobbies I have ever seen at a city hotel. Everything here is tastefully designed. All spaces feature Eramose stone floors and custom-made furnishings. The hotel opened in 2010. The property is a collaboration between Giorgio Armani and Emaar Properties. In the 2000s, other Armani hotels were announced.

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Marrakech (Morocco), Marassi (Egypt), Milan, New York, Tokyo and Shanghai. I am not sure what happened to the other projects … If you know, leave a comment. What sets this hotel apart is the Italian-style service. The property aims to offer guests a “‘home-away-from-home” experience. Each guest is assigned a personal “Lifestyle ManagerFT]. He/she handles everything, including booking the hottest restaurant tables in town. The staff at Armani Hotel Dubai are very well-selected. They make you feel welcome in a way that seems more genuine than other hotels. This the Lobby Lounge. The lounge’s sandy tones with midnight shimmer salute a culture rich in heritage. Let’s take the elevator to the guest room floors.

The guest corridors feature zebra paneled wood. The guest corridors resemble sci-fi catwalks. That’s because they are trimmed with LED cove lighting at the base for a sleek look. The hotel features 160 ultra-stylish rooms & suites. They come in 11 different categories. I stayed in this magnificent suite during my visit. Room category: Armani Fountain Suite. Tip: get free VIP perks when booking via Virtuoso. This includes an upgrade, daily breakfast, one dinner, & spa credit (link below this clip). The suite has a separate living and sleeping area. It’s completely outfitted in Armani Casa furnishings with earthly tones and textured fabrics. The minibar is stocked with complimentary coia anriKs. Welcome amenity: Armani branded chocolates.

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The minibar is stocked with complimentary cold drinks. The suite features floor-to-ceiling windows. It offers unhindered views of the Dubai skyline and a man-made lake. The suite features state-of-the-art technolog. An iPad controls the 40-inch LCD flat-screen TV, lighting, and curtains. Have you ever stayed at the Armani Hotel Dubai?. If yes, what was your experience? Leave a comment. A small office connects the living room to the bed. It features a writing desk with … Armani branded letter paper:-). The bathroom is very spacious. It has a high pressure rain shower, separate toilet, two sinks, and a deep soaking bathtub. The bathroom’s decor reflects Armani’s understated style. White plush bath robes and pebble shaped soaps add to the glamour. The bedroom comes with a kingsize bed. Crisp white Egyptian cotton sheets are laid out on the bed.

Some more impressions of the suite. Armani Hotel Dubai ranks among my favorite city hotels in the world. The spa has gender-segregated thermal areas. These luxurious spaces feature saunas, dry-heat laconiums and steam rooms. The treatment rooms are oval shaped. They feature adjustable massage tables complimentary cold tea and healthy snacks are ottered. The spa is also accessible to non-guests. Day access is 300 AED per person. Let’s go to the observation deck of Burj Khalifa. Access to the tower is via the Dubai Mall through a corridor flanked by digital paintings. It explains the different phazes in the building of the Burj Khalifa. High-speed elevators whisk you to the top. It will cost you extra to access this floor (350 AED vs 135 AED). The mall also houses the world’s largest indoor aquarium. The underwater zoo offers insights into the world’s most mysterious marine life.

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