September 2011, Dubai, UAE: Grosvenor House, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Dubai is set to once again be the talk of the town as it opens its highly anticipated Tower Two, featuring a host of truly impressive food and beverage concepts, a unique spa and a range of premier rooms, suites, residence apartments and villas.
Replicating the luxury and signature touches of the prestigious Grosvenor House Tower One, Grosvenor House's second symmetrical property, offers forty five additional storeys of limitless comfort and modern elegance complementing the hotels existing five star offering.
Pam Wilby, Complex General Manager of Grosvenor House Dubai and Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort and Spa, said: "Since the opening of Tower One in 2005, Grosvenor House Dubai has become an iconic destination for business and leisure travelers alike seeking the ultimate in five star service and comfort. We are delighted to be strengthening this existing offering with the highly anticipated opening of Tower Two.
All hotel guests have access to the facilities in both towers, in addition to the use of the beach and pool and the 14 restaurants and bars across the road at the sister property Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort and Spa.
Tower Two, a sneak peek ...
Calling Tower Two 'Home'
Tower Two boasts 206 premier rooms and suites, including an exclusive ladies-only wing, five premier villas alongside the 216 residence apartments available for long-term and short-term residence.
Both short and long-stay accommodation offers everything the high-tech guest might need. All spaces are equipped with the latest interactive entertainment systems, LCD screens, CD/DVD players and high-speed internet, making your every technology need possible at the touch of a button. Rooms and suites also offer touch screen panels and iPod docks.
Located on the fifth floor of Tower Two, Grosvenor House Dubai, Level 5 is a privilege business and leisure lounge replete with the very best amenities for travellers staying in the Premier Rooms and Suites in Tower Two.
Dining, lounging, dancing
Adding to Grosvenor House Dubai's already impressive dining opinions Tower Two brings several high profile brand new dining, lounge and bar offerings, making it the ultimate culinary and night life destination.
Exclusive outlets includes Toro Toro, a brand new Pan Latin American dining concept from famed South American celebrity chef Richard Sandoval; British inspired fare served in The Lounge, courtesy of highly esteemed Michelin Starred celebrity chef Gary Rhodes OBE and Siddharta Lounge by Buddha Bar, an indoor and outdoor restaurant lounge which infuses Mediterranean and Asian flavours with futuristic sounds in a modish and sophisticated setting. Tower Two is also home to Embassy Dubai - complimenting the legendary Embassy London, it will uplift the region's glamorous night-life and be the premier destination of the international glitterati.
Tower Two's lifestyle spa B'ATTITUDE SPA is unlike anything in the UAE, focusing on health and harmony for the body and mind in line with ancient Eastern rejuvenation therapies. Featuring separate his and hers facilities, the spa is home to twelve treatment rooms, Hammam pools, two Hammam treatment rooms, aqua suites including a steam room, Sauna, Jacuzzi, as well as an ice foundation and relaxation area.
For further information, spa and restaurant reservations please call: 04-3998888
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