The Dusit Princess Residences Dubai Marina.
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DUBAI – Dusit Princess Residences Dubai Marina is reopening on February 1 after undergoing a complete renovation designed to facilitate business and leisure.
The 35-storey building has been revamped with fully-furnished luxury apartments, holiday homes, and residential units designed with floor-to-ceiling windows, giving a spectacular view of the Marina.
Each unit will come with a choice of either one, two, or three-bedroom configurations and are all fully integrated with comprehensive facilities and services to make guests feel right at home.
Additionally, the property will offer a variety of large, glamorous penthouse options, perfect for any in-city get away.
“It is our wish and utmost desire that our guests will continue to create memories and new experiences at the hotel, we want our guests to feel the comforts of home no matter where their travels might lead them,” said Bassam Zakaria, General Manager of Dusit Princess Residences Dubai Marina.
The hotel will also be a health-frantics dream hub, set to adopt a more health conscious property, introducing a brand new fitness outlet, KO8 Fitness Center, as well as a wholesome eatery, Baker’s Kitchen.
Dusit Princess Residences is within easy proximity to Bluewaters Island, The Beach, neighbourhood eateries and shopping malls, and just minutes away from the bustling The Walk JBR, a strip packed with Dubai’s top restaurants and shops.
The hotel appeals to the efficient traveler for its spacious rooms and extensive facilities, as well as for its location on the iconic Dubai Marina boardwalk, one of the most popular tourist destinations of the city with incredible views of skyscrapers towering along the waterfront. PR/Expat Media
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