WanderlustA sneak peek inside the glamorous world of Jumeirah Al Naseem

Cool meets classic at this sophisticated beachside escape

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The perfect combination of contemporary glamour and minimalist chic, Jumeirah Al Naseem is an elegant example of effortless Arabian style set right on the water’s edge. Eschewing the Dubai glitz for an inspired reimagination of the city’s sand dunes, sea breezes and old Bedouin heritage, this stylish sand-backed hotel is the final luxury addition to the four resorts in the Madinat Jumeirah complex.

Exquisite facilities

Just steps from a private shoreline the beautiful Bill Bensley-designed landscaped gardens and three pretty pools overlook the signature shadow of Burj Al Arab. Guests have access to one of the largest spas in the city; including a secret meditation garden and couples-only cabana suites, the signature Talise Spa has its very own resident Yogi Master and ladies-only facilities, too. The range of facilities in and around the hotel include the state-of-the-art boutique gym, complete with holistic workouts and specialised training programmes, and the Summersalt Beach Club – an Ibiza-worthy pool-and-beach setting with enviable views and exceptional food at the exclusively experimental beachside restaurant.

Jumeirah Al Naseem Couple Yoga Workout at Talise Fitness Dubai

 

Beautiful bedrooms

The interior design and décor at Jumeirah Al Naseem, which was the first hotel in the world to be awarded the prestigious Bureau Veritas Safeguard Certification, is glamorous, sophisticated yet timeless. Shade-dappled corners flourish with greenery, while bespoke Emirati art deliciously dominates the subtle caramel tones inside. Neutral colours continue to the bedrooms where huge beds, deep sofas and spectacular spa-like en suites take centre stage. The open-plan designs are spaciously homely and calming, heightened by the large extended balconies that drink in exquisite Burj Al Arab views outside.

Jumeirah Al Naseem Presidential Master Suite Bathroom Dubai

 

Picture-perfect penthouses

Jumeriah Al Naseem’s two recently unveiled private penthouses have elevated the in-room offerings with their own private fitness studios and ocean-facing infinity pools. These top-tier suites are perfect sanctuaries of seclusion – the grand gallery-inspired Ocean Penthouse includes a full-size bar and sensory shower, while the Royal Penthouse is luxury redefined, with numerous living spaces, five en suite bedrooms and its very own private elevator.

Jumeirah Al Naseem Royal Penthouse Bedroom Dubai

 

A haven of fine dining choices

The hotel’s wealth of delicious culinary experiences focuses on the gourmet dining from world-class chefs. Breakfasts are at their best on the open terraces of The Palmery or tucked away in the intimate surroundings of the lobby-level Al Mandhar Lounge. Rockfish is the hotel’s high-end fish restaurant with Michelin-starred chef Marco Garfagnini at its helm. Another classic showcase of Bill Bensley’s artistic flair, this beachfront restaurant brings in the welcome taste of the Med with its wonderfully fresh and full-flavoured seafood dishes. Fusion-focused Kayto is the hotel’s most beautiful rooftop spot for a romantic sunset dinner. A popular pop-up turned permanent dinner setting, come here for a deliciously different Japan-meets-Peru Nikkei menu overseen by the expert eye of Chef Cristian Goya.

Interior of Kayto restaurant at Jumeirah Al Naseem Dubai

 

Make the most of the winter sun and plan a visit to Jumeirah Al Naseem – book before 31st October 2020 to save on your stay with Jumeirah Escapes.