DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai M Square Hotel & Residences schedules December opening.

The five-star property will feature 458 rooms, three dining outlets and Dubai skyline views.

Set for a December opening, the 458-room property is the fourth DoubleTree by Hilton to open in Dubai and the sixth in the United Arab Emirates. Guests at DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai M Square Hotel & Residences will enjoy spectacular 360-degree views of Dubai’s most popular attractions namely the iconic Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Frame, The Museum of the Future, Dubai Eye and the Burj Al Arab. 

Split between 327 uniquely styled hotel rooms and suites that will cater to business and leisure travellers alike, and 131 serviced residences for short, extended-stays and serviced-living options. The 19-storey hotel will be recognised as a “bridge between the historic and the modern Dubai”, giving guests a taste of both worlds through its central location, spacious rooms and top-of-the-line facilities.

Newly appointed General Manager, Serpil Guney, says: “Dubai continues to amaze the world with its glorious hotel openings and the DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai M Square Hotel & Residences is a significant addition to the city’s impressive hospitality industry. As the first five-star DoubleTree by Hilton, we are very proud to be the newest trendsetter at the heart of Dubai’s traditional and cultural district. In keeping with our warm and welcoming identity, we offer residents and visitors alike the ultimate privacy and comfort of home.” 

DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai M Square Hotel & Residences will have three dining outlets including a Rooftop Pool Lounge with Dubai Skyline view, six meeting rooms and a grand ballroom, an executive lounge, outdoor swimming pools including one children’s pool, fully-equipped fitness centre and spa treatment rooms. 

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