Madinat Jumeirah

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Madinat Jumeirah

Madinat Jumeirah the Arabian Resort - Dubai is a luxurious 5 star resort in Dubai. It is the largest resort in the Emirate, spreading across over 40 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is designed to resemble a traditional Arabian town. The resort comprises three boutique hotels (Jumeirah Al Qasr, Jumeirah Mina A'Salam, and Jumeirah Al Naseem) and a courtyard of 29 summer houses called Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf. The resort has over 50 restaurants and bars.[1]

Now Dubai Holding launches a residential community named Madinat Jumeirah Living. Madinat Jumeirah Living is a characterful and warm collection of residences surrounded by delightful wadis, oases and wind towers that offer a relief from monotony, where familiarity and intrigue combine to create a series of inviting human scale spaces that open up to reveal a surprise around every corner. Choose between tastefully designed 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom apartments.

Souk Madinat Jumeirah is wheelchair friendly, with access via elevator at the main entrance leading to the Shopping Mall Level and elevator on the Shopping Alleys leading to the Promenade Level.[2]

Location[edit]

Madinat Jumeirah is located along two kilometres of private beachfront adjacent to Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Burj Al Arab, and Wild Wadi Water Park.[3] It is one mile away from mall of emirates station on red line metro train.

History[edit]

Developer retained Mirage Mille and Mittal Investment Group Ltd. Creative Kingdom Dubai[4][5] created the master plan and concept for the resort.[citation needed]Leisure Quest International, LLC of the US provided entertainment and attraction planning for the resort.

Design[edit]

Madinat Jumeirah encompasses three boutique hotels and one cluster of summerhouses; Al Qasr, Mina A'Salam, Al Naseem, and Dar Al Masyaf; Arabic summerhouses located around the resort grounds.[1]

Al Qasr hotel

Mina A’ Salam or 'The Harbour of Peace' was the first of the boutique hotels to be completed, and features 292 rooms and suites.

Al Qasr, which literally translates to 'The Palace', comprises 294 rooms and suites, designed to reflect a sheikh’s summer residence.

Dar Al Masyaf consists of 29 stand-alone, two-storey residential retreats inspired by traditional Arabian summer houses. Each of the 29 'houses' features 9–11 rooms and suites which are extended across the resort grounds.

Al Naseem, which translates to 'The Breeze', the latest of the boutique hotels to be completed, comprises 430 rooms and suites. It is, however, the only hotel in Madinat Jumeirah without a connection to the other hotels via waterway.

5.4 km of waterways link the different areas of the resort, and water taxis (Abra (boat)) allow guests to travel along them to all parts of the resort.

Parking[edit]

A free for guest parking is available at the place. More over a valet parking is also available.[6]

Turtle rehabilitation[edit]

The Madinat Jumeirah waterways are home to a turtle sanctuary which aims to house injured turtles prior to release back into the wild. The turtle pen is located at Mina a'Salam and is directly in between Al Muna and Zheng He's restaurants.

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Luxury Dubai Resorts - Madinat Jumeirah Hotels | Jumeirah". www.jumeirah.com. Retrieved 2019-01-07.
  2. ^ "Souks in Dubai - Souk Madinat | Madinat Jumeirah". www.jumeirah.com. Retrieved 2019-01-07.
  3. ^ "Luxury Dubai Resorts - Madinat Jumeirah Hotels | Jumeirah". www.jumeirah.com. Retrieved 2019-01-07.
  4. ^ "MADINAT JUMEIRAH". CREATIVE KINGDOM INC. Retrieved 2018-08-09.
  5. ^ "Gulf Construction Online - Showcase calling card for Creative". www.gulfconstructiononline.com. Retrieved 2018-08-09.
  6. ^ "Souks in Dubai - Souk Madinat | Madinat Jumeirah". www.jumeirah.com. Retrieved 2019-01-07.

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Coordinates: 25°7′58″N 55°11′5″E / 25.13278°N 55.18472°E / 25.13278; 55.18472