Jumeirah Al Naseem

In arabo significa brezza marina ed è un nuovo resort di design sul lungomare di Dubai

In arabo significa brezza marina ed è un nuovo resort di design sul lungomare di Dubai


Jumeirah Al Naseem opened its doors on 1 December 2016, bringing a contemporary architectural twist to its sister properties within Madinat Jumeirah Resort, and a guest experience focused on a journey of discovery through the modern culture of Dubai.

Arabic for sea breeze, the name Al Naseem reflects both the unrivalled beach location of the hotel and the unique design of the guest rooms and hotel features, which evokes a sense of calm and relaxation. The interior decor of the 430 rooms is inspired by sea breeze, sand dunes, Dubai’s pearl diving heritage and Bedouin traditions.

The large open plan bathrooms have large sliding doors for privacy and spacious walk in showers inspired by Arabic hammams. The balconies and extended terraces offer spectacular views of the sea, the resort’s landscaped gardens and swimming pools, and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. Rooms with extended terraces enable guests to relax outside and in the summer months the doors can be closed to create an extended living space.

The hotel is located so close to the water that the sounds of the sea reach guest rooms, open terraces and outdoor restaurants.

The resorts’ standout features include:

A secluded adult only pool surrounded by rooms with direct pool access

Purpose built turtle lagoon for rehabilitating critically endangered turtles

43 suites comprising 12 Family Suites, 28 Ocean Suites, two Presidential Suites and one 500 square metre Royal Suite

Seven restaurants and bars linked by the Arabian Explorer theme

A further four restaurants have been given to third-party partners and surround the turtle lagoon, creating a mini-social hub within the hotel’s grounds: New York favourite Black Tap, which offers artisan burgers and shakes; Il Borro Tuscan Bistro Dubai, the first outpost of Il Borro in Tuscany, which is an estate owned by the Ferragamo family; the Philippe Starck-designed Japanese Katsuya and the popular Dubai-grown brand Flamingos by TashaÕs. The restaurants will open over the coming weeks.