New Hotel Inspired By Emirati Traders

Oct 05, 2018
Take a step into enchanting Arabia at the newly launched Al Seef in Dubai Creek

Inspired by the tradition of Emirati traders welcoming travelers into their homes, the intriguing new Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah has just opened in the heart of old Dubai.

Located in Al Seef, a bustling destination on the south banks of Dubai Creek, the hotel is spread across ten clusters of Arabian Bayts (homes), tucked away amidst the rooftops and courtyards of a souk.

With views down into the alleyways of the souk or out across the waterways of the creek, and a restaurant that serves Emirati-inspired traditional dishes called Saba'a, guests can book to stay from just US $325 (Dh1,190) plus government fees and taxes, as an introductory opening offer.

Alessandro Cabella, Area General Manager for Jumeirah Group, said: "Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah is a real passion project. Everyone involved in bringing this idea to fruition has been inspired by the prospect of offering our guests an authentic experience inspired by the stories of Arabia.

"Everything within the property adds to the authenticity of the environment and experience, providing multiple opportunities for beautiful photographs, quiet nooks to relax and spaces to feel as if you have been swept away to a well-preserved gem of the past while still enjoying the modern-day comforts of our quality service."
 
 
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