Jumeirah (formerly Jumeirah International Group) is an international 5 star and above hotel chain and part of Dubai Holding Cooperation, which is owned in the name of the Dubai Government. Jumeirah is named after Jumeirah. Jumeirah’s range of luxury hotels includings the Jumeirah Emirates Towers and the Burj Al Arab. It also operates the Wild Wadi Water Park and runs both The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management and Jumeirah Hospitality. Whilst the majority of Jumeirah’s hotels are based in Dubai City, the organization is expanding quickly overseas. As at Feb 07, Jumeirah International operates two high-end hotels in Great Britain and one in the United States. It also Jumeirah runs hotels in development in Bermuda, China, Jordan, Qatar, Thailand .
Jumeirah Emirates Towers
The Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel is in one of the tallest 5 star hotels world-wide in Dubai, UAE. It is 309 meters (1,014 feet) tall and has 56 floors. It was built back in the year 2000 and is one of the highest hotels worldwide. The Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel is just opposite to the Emirates Office Tower, which is also one of the highest buildings worldwide at 355m (1,163ft). Madinat Jumeirah, owned by Jumeirah, is the biggest luxury resort in Dubai, created like old Arabia scattered over 40 hectares of landscapes and gardens. Al Qasr and Mina A’Salam are the two boutique hotels located within this massive luxury resort. In addition to that the resort manages Dar Al Masyaf which is a courtyard of luxury summer houses.
Madinat Jumeirah is placed along a beach front of almost one mile next to Wild Wadi Water Park, Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel, and is just half hour journey by taxi from Dubai International Airport.
Mirage Mille was developer and architect and completed the first phase of the project from the initial drawing boards to the opening within 1.5 years, the resort Mina A’ Salam, in September 2003. Its vision was to recreate Dubai Creek as it was before, with its waterways, a bustling souk, abras and wind towers.
3. Structure and Exterior Design
Madinat Jumeirah is the new city of luxury hotels in Dubai; the resort is a typical Arabian-styled featuring UAE architecture and design. Madinat Jumeirah luxury resort includes two luxury hotels and three components ; and clusters of 29 traditional Arabic houses, all built around the souk, the traditional centre of Arabic life at the heart of the resort. The resort also holds incentives and banqueting facilities, dining options, conference and the souk. Mina A’ Salam or ‘The Harbour of Peace’ was the first grand boutique hotel of Madinat Jumeirah to be completed, and features 292 rooms and suites. Al Qasr, which literally translates to ‘the Palace’, comprises 292 rooms and suites, designed to reflect a Sheikh’s summer residence. The traditional courtyard summer houses of “Old Arabia” have inspired the stand-alone, two-storey residential retreats of Dar Al Masyaf. Each of the 29 ‘houses’ features 8 – 11 rooms and suites which are extended across the resort grounds, surrounded by landscaped gardens, with some located on the beachfront. Linked by waterways to all resort areas, guests can travel from Dar Al Masyaf by water taxi to Al Qasr, Talise Spa, the bustling Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Mina A’ Salam, one of the many restaurants, or any event held within the resort.
A lot of the hotels in Rome lie in vicinity to well-known sights, as well as popular places for shopping and dining along the Via Veneto, Trevi fountain, Castro Pretorio, the Quirinale, Barberini and Repubblica areas.