Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre invites you to discover an exciting new design transformation. In its Vision for Tourism for 2020, Dubai is seeking to double the number of tourists coming to the emirate and the Meetings, Incentive, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) industry has been identified as a key driver to its success. Working in harmony with the country’s vision, Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre announced an AED 450 million transformation at Arabian Travel Market 2014.
Within a year of its rebranding announcement, Le Méridien Dubai has made a significant contribution to the UAE’s rapidly expanding tourism and conference terminus. Uncover reinvention in the hotel’s guest rooms with expansive views, thoughtful touches, and newly updated facilities, with the addition of 196 Royal Club rooms and 6 spacious meeting rooms. The 580-key hotel offers one of the newest and largest conference and banqueting facilities in Dubai, featuring high-tech equipment. The hotel’s new ballrooms – Great Room, Wasl Ballrooms & the enormous Falcon Ballroom, each carry a distinct character and style. With a capacity for 1500 guests, Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Center’s MICE team can offer a wealth of ideas to ensure every event is as special as the location itself.
The sweeping transformation has not compromised on the hotel’s charming European influence in any way, but added contemporary conveniences. Offering a resort-style setting with 38 acres of landscaped gardens, lush meadows, well-tended shrubs and striking date palms, the newly refashioned hotel’s entrance and the lobby area transport guests to a unique sensorial environment created though elements of sound, scent, and light.
The hotel also unveiled one of its best offerings – the newly built extension called ‘Le Royal Club’. Le Royal Club offers rooms that are exclusive and understated, offering tranquil views of the outdoor pool and gardens. Guests enjoy an exclusive private check-in, personalized butler service, outdoor pool as well as a la carte breakfast, afternoon tea and cocktails.
Those seeking rest and rejuvenation can enjoy the rooftop pool and a dedicated spa floor. Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre is the first hotel in the region to have an in-house Medi Spa facility which also offers licensed laser treatments. The spa is a welcome retreat for hotel guests and Dubai residents.
The distinctive assortment of contemporary sojourn coupled with idyllic settings makes Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre a truly world class business and leisure hotel and an inviting venue for inspired meetings and conferences. Growing in tandem with the progress of Dubai’s burgeoning tourism industry, Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre is committed to offer guests a customized experience.
About Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts
Le Méridien , the Paris-born hotel brand currently represented by nearly 100 properties in more than 35 countries, was acquired by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: HOT) in November 2005. With more than 75 of its properties located in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia-Pacific, Le Méridien provided a strong international complement to Starwood’s then primarily North American holdings at the time of purchase. Since then, Le Méridien has gone through a brand re-launch, which included a large scale hotels product consolidation and redefined brand strategy. Through partnerships with some of the world’s most creative minds, Le Méridien has transformed numerous guest touch points, thus bringing unique, interactive and curated experiences to its guests. Plans call for dynamic expansion of Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts within the next five years, concentrating on markets in Asia-Pacific and the Americas. Le Méridien recently opened new hotels in Columbus (Ohio, USA), Charlotte (North Carolina, USA), Indianapolis (Indiana, USA), New Orleans, Chicago, Tampa (Florida, USA), Cairo, Bahrain, Bali, Atlanta, Oran (Algeria), and Zhengzhou (China), and will open in the next 12 months in Bangkok, Gurgaon (India), Mahabaleshwar (India), Thimphu (Bhutan), Paro (Bhutan), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Qingdao (China), Leshan (China), and Putrajaya (Malaysia).