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Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai comprises 477 rooms and suites, 221 Viceroy Residences, 10 restaurants and nightlife venues, a spa, a beach, a pool, health and wellness areas, and a children’s club.
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Due to open on March 31, 2017, Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai is hoping to be the new millennial hangout.
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The hotel entrance has a 15-metre self-supporting glass cube which is entirely free of structural steel and allows natural light to flood in and provides a view straight through to the pool, sea and beyond. Inside, twisting wooden structures reinforced with steel gracefully rise up to support the glass and it resembles a double helix.
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The hotel has 477 rooms and suites, comprising 85 suites and 40 hotel apartments. In addition, it will have 222 signature Viceroy Residences.
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Elevate is a casual wine bar on the 8th floor of the hotel and it has a panoramic view of the Dubai Marina skyline.
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The 1,675 sqm spa has and impressive entrance-way that features a sequence of arches, with walls adorned with hand-painted artwork, created exclusively for the hotel. Italian marble features predominately throughout the spa right from the flooring to the double height ceiling in the hammam.
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The Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai will be the emirate’s first Viceroy hotel.
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The interior designers are Yabu Pushelberg and Nao Taniyama and all the rooms have teal accents.
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MICE facilities include 700m2 main ballroom, catering up to 400 guests and four fully-equipped meeting rooms.
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A recurring honeycomb hexagonal pattern runs throughout the hotel.