The Hotel Market

5th January 2012


Hot on a heels of a feat during this week’s World Travel Awards, Grosvenor House Dubai has launched a new operation of wardrobe for staff, with cocktail star Peter Andre among a celebs attending a launch party. Dubai’s glitterati all incited out for a implausible evening, that enclosed staff modelling a uniforms on a specifically built catwalk during a oppulance hotel. The uniforms have been combined by conform guru Feizal Virani, who has designed for a likes of Valentino and Lancelli and is a connoisseur of London’s prestigious Royal College of Art.

Staff during Grosvenor House Dubai were in a quite celebratory mood, carrying been awarded “Middle East’s Leading Business Hotel” during this week’s World Travel Awards. The overwhelming skill also claimed a pretension of “Dubai’s Leading Business Hotel” for a second uninterrupted year to finish a night of triumph.

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You can get an glorious hide rise inside this pleasing skill by visiting www.virtual-grosvenorhouse.com, including a mythological Budha Bar as good as a state-of-the-art comforts and gym. There is also a horde of excellent dining options including The Indego, a World Travel Award winner.

ou can also get serve sum of a dining and comforts during Grosvenor House Dubai while we are on a go by visiting a mobile site http//www.grosvenorhouse.mobi.com.

Grosvenor House is scarcely doubling in distance this year with a opening of a new building targeted during business travellers and longer-stay guests.

The initial proviso of a Residence during Grosvenor House is opening in September, with a full launch scheduled for 1 Nov 2011. Architecturally a counterpart picture of a existent 45-floor building, it will have 310 bedrooms – 106 will be Club bedrooms starting from 55 sqm in size, and a rest will be one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.

Jaideep J Bhatia, a property’s executive of selling and communications, described a feel as “more like a home than a hotel” and would concede a skill to interest to “the dual forms of business traveller”, with a strange building catering for those looking for a bed for a night, and a new building designed for those who need some-more club-style facilities.

A 24-hour Club loll will take adult half of a fifth building and will embody a dedicated family section. The apartments in a strange building are being reduced in distance and converted into Super Deluxe bedrooms.

The building will have 4 food and libation outlets. A sister venue to a Embassy in London’s Mayfair, Embassy Dubai will be a members’ bar widespread opposite a tip 3 levels of a building and will offer a “multi-lounging experience”, including European excellent dining and seafood, oyster, champagne and vodka bars. The Residence will also have a grill headed adult by US cook Richard Sandoval.

In addition, a building will be home to “Buddhattitude”, a Tibetan-style sauna from a association behind a Buddha Bar brand, with men’s and women’s diagnosis rooms, hammam pools and Turkish baths. There will also be a pool and gym.

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Article taken from The Hotel Market.

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