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Second Zabeel House by Jumeirah hotel to open in Dubai's Al Seef

The second hotel in the Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection opens this week on the south banks of Dubai Creek

Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection, Al Seef.
Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection, Al Seef.

The second hotel in the Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection opens this week on the south banks of Dubai Creek.

The hotel will feature 200 rooms in three different sizes, a lobby, a destination restaurant, a rooftop bar, and a pool.

The first phase of the 232,257m2 Al Seef branch opened in late 2017 and is now fully completed and set for an official launch. 

READ: Zabeel House by JumeirahTM to launch in Dubai's The Greens

Jumeirah group chief operating officer and interim CEO Marc Dardenne said in statement earlier this year: “The Zabeel House by JumeirahTM brand responds to the continuing travel trend for discovery and exploration and Al Seef, with so much to uncover within the neighbourhood and its central position as a gateway to Dubai, is an ideal location for the first hotels to open within the Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection.”

Along with meeting rooms, the hotel will also include an indoor gym, complete with sauna, steam room and two treatment rooms.

Zabeel House by Jumeirah collection will be located on a 2 kilometre promenade that stretches alongside the Creek.

Jumeirah has a number of signed hotel management agreements in place for Zabeel House by JumeirahTM, including the recently announced Zabeel House by JumeirahTM – The Greens in Dubai, and properties in the Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom.

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