Arabian Boutique Hotel in Dubai showcases Emirati culture and charm 

Located in Bur Dubai, the 20-room hotel boasts a royal connection. 

Dubai is home to world-class hotels, from big brands to homegrown hospitality hits. Now, it has welcomed Arabian Boutique Hotel. Located in Bur Dubai, the concept sees two historical buildings transformed into a 20-room hotel. 

Arabian Boutique Hotel in Dubai describes itself as the first Emirati boutique hotel in the UAE. Bringing together culture and charm, it is located in historical residences. The first home belonged to Thani bin Abdullah Al Rumaiti. He worked alongside the country’s founding fathers and served as the first President of the Federal National Council. The second home belonged to Al Dewais, a wood merchant who collaborated with HH Sheikh Rashid Al Maktoum. 

Arabian Boutique Hotel

Arabian Boutique Hotel in Dubai offers a range of rooms and suites. The categories include the Deluxe Heritage Room, Junior Heritage Suite, Luxury Heritage Suite and Deluxe Heritage Suite. The rooms are adorned with traditional features including hanging lanterns, patterned carpets, and wooden bolted windows as well as doors. 

Arabian Boutique Hotel in Dubai also offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located on the ground floor, Arabian Fish House draws its inspiration from Emirati dishes and includes seafood specials. 

Arabian Boutique Hotel

The breakfast includes an Eggs with Meat Awarma, Hamsat Lahm with Truffle, and a Shakshuka Tray. The salads include a Beetroot Salad, Rocca Salad and Watermelon Salad. The starters include Calamari Provencal, Clams and Fried Shrimps. The mains include Fish and Chips, Lemon Shrimp and Seabass. Plus, there is a long list of hot and cold appetisers, and desserts ranging from Halawa to Kunafa.

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