The Address unveils luxury serviced apartments
Dubai, June 4, 2009
The Address Hotels + Resorts, the five-star hotel brand owned and operated by Emaar Hospitality Group, has unveiled a luxury collection of serviced apartments at the company’s flagship hotel in Downtown Burj Dubai.
Ranging from elegant studios to spacious four-bedroom penthouses, the 626 The Address Downtown Burj Dubai serviced residences are located on levels 15 to 60 of The Address Downtown Burj Dubai.
The apartments are ideal for short or long-term stays, with The Address Hotels + Resorts managing the homes to world-class standards.
“For those on business, leisure or for executives in the process of relocation, the serviced residences are easily accessible from all key financial and commercial areas, and offer all essential hotel-like amenities,” said Marc Dardenne, chief executive officer, Emaar Hospitality Group. “They combine the ease and luxury of a hotel, while offering independence and privacy.”
He added: “Each space was created on the same operational philosophy of The Address Hotels + Resorts of offering tangible guest benefits and superior service. The Address tag line of ‘Where Life Happens’ is extended to the serviced residences, to meet the requirements of families, leisure guests and business travellers who can also access the business and leisure facilities of the hotel.
“These include 8 vibrant restaurants and lounges, a fully-equipped fitness centre, spa and beauty salon, a 1,000 sq mt outdoor swimming pool and a well-equipped library.”
Featuring a private entrance and welcome amenities, The Address Downtown Burj Dubai residences feature modern home appliances, complimentary wireless Internet access in the apartments and public areas, a fully-equipped gourmet kitchen, plasma TV and built-in wardrobes.
Guests can also benefit from 24-hour concierge and room service, laundry and housekeeping and a 24-hour business lounge. All residents can contact the dedicated Service Plus team who serve as a single point of contact for all requirements.
A simple account-based payment system is provided in the spa and restaurants and residents have priority reservations at the hotel’s restaurants and lounges.
The 132 studios on floors 15 to 47 feature a spacious living room area, modern kitchen, stylish bathroom and ultra-comfortable bed while the 336 one-bedroom apartments are located on floors 15 to 47 and 49 to 56, and feature a separate bedroom.
The main living space is equipped with a sleek, modern kitchen-cum-dining and lounge area opening to a private balcony. In addition there are 148 two-bedroom residences, designed for comfortable living with the master-bedroom having generous space, full-length windows and built-in walk-in closets.
The four-bedroom penthouses – eight of them – are located on levels 57 to 60, and include a variety of amenities.
Situated in close proximity to all major business districts, shopping centres and leisure attractions and just fifteen minutes away from the airport, The Address Downtown Burj Dubai Residences are a practical and convenient location, said a report. - TradeArabia News Service
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