Lapita Hotel has begun welcoming guests at Dubai Parks and Resorts, the Middle East’s largest integrated theme park destination.
Part of Autograph Collection, Marriott International’s portfolio of independent hotels, the Polynesian-themed property has 504 rooms including 60 suites and three private villas.
Lapita – the only hotel in Dubai Parks and Resorts – features five F&B outlets: Waka, an all-day dining restaurant; Ari, a pool bar and restaurant; Cantonese restaurant, Hikina; Palama, the lobby lounge; and rooftop bar, Lani, which serves Polynesian-inspired tapas.
The spa, Ola, has 11 treatment rooms including a couple’s suite, Hammam room, wellness facilities, aromatherapy steam rooms, saunas, vitality pools and ice fountains.
Mana, the health and fitness centre, is available 24 hours, with certified personal trainers, group fitness classes and Life Fitness equipment. An adult’s pool, lazy river and a toddler’s pool also feature.
Children’s entertainment is available at the Luna & Nova Kids and Teens Club and for MICE and corporate groups, meeting rooms and a 710m2 Tamure ballroom are available.
Meraas’ recently opened indoor retail destination, The Outlet Village is within walking distance of the hotel.
Dubai Parks and Resorts comprises three theme parks: Bollywood Parks Dubai, Motiongate Dubai and Legoland Park and Legoland Water Park, while retail and dining destination, Riverland Dubai, is at the heart of the resort.
Expected to open in late 2019 and marking a regional brand debut, Six Flags Dubai will be the destination’s fourth theme park.