Majid Al Futtaim has unveiled the newly refurbrished Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates following a 368 million dirham renovation.
The project has seen the refurbishment of all 373 guest rooms and suites,
the placement of new state-of-the-art conference and catering facilities, the opening of three new restaurants and lounges, Olea, Salero Tapas and Bodega and Noir, the re-launch of Aspen by Kempinski – the hotel’s luxury lobby lounge, and the enhancement of the hotel lobby. The final phase of the renovation programme will launch 20 re-designed luxury Aspen Chalets overlooking Ski Dubai that are expected to open for guests by early 2016.
Simon Barlow, chief executive officer of hotels at Majid Al Futtaim Properties said: “Connected to the award-winning Mall of the Emirates, the Kempinski Hotel is the most successful hotel investment projects for Majid Al Futtaim. In line with our vision to create great moments for everyone, every day and to remain at the top in Dubai’s evolving and highly competitive luxury hotel sector, we always embrace the very latest in design, technology and architecture. We continue to demonstrate commitment to keep all our hotels fresh and relevant through ongoing investment, innovation and property renovation. We believe the refurbishment will not only provide our guests with a new level of experience but Dubai with a new luxury landmark.”
Each guest room has also been equipped with smart technology solutions and media hubs that with the touch of an iPad, allows guests to control their television, order room service, make a restaurant reservation, book a spa treatment and access Mall of the Emirates information and promotions.
General Manager of Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, Grant Ruddiman, added: “Our key priority during the refurbishment programme was to maintain our guests’ convenience in line with the Kempinski Hotel unique and world-class services. We are looking forward to our new and returning guests visiting to experience our crisp and modern new look and innovative
outlets and facilities.”
As part of the refurbishment, multi-use spaces for pre-function, breakout,
boardrooms and meeting rooms have been equipped with with state-of-the-art AV equipment and high-speed internet. Conference and meeting rooms have also been naturally lit to improve aesthetics and encourage greater focus and alertness.