The Rove Hotel chain, which will open six different hotels in Dubai by 2020 – falls fully into the category of “affordable luxury”, a hybrid of modern times that stands for a model of hospitality rather selective but reasonable cost, an extremely convenient and central location, a sleek design yet not unique, and of course all the additional equipment, from technological connections, to the gym, pool, restaurants and solarium.
Designed by Stride Treglown Architects, the Rove Hotel are part of the new model of hospitality tailored to Millennial, and offer both hotel accommodation for holidays and business, and studios for mid-term stays, with all the services necessary for daily life.
Address Downtown Dubai officially opened to the public in June 2018, after a complete renovation. Address Downtown is a landmark for five-star travelers, with panoramic views of the Burj Khalifa – the world’s tallest building -, The Dubai Fountain, and a convenient location for Dubai Airport and major attractions and services.
When it comes to hospitality, Address Downtown offers the best of all worlds: suites in various sizes, where you can choose your view, equipped with a spa, smart hub and fine furniture, swimming pool, gym, spa. The food can satisfy a variety of tastes, from French cuisine at The Restaurant to Japanese cuisine at Katana, Turkish-Hispanic-French fusion at The Galliard, American steakhouse at STK.
A special mention for the lobby, decorated by the English artist Beth Nicholas, well known for a limited edition packaging of Bombay Sapphire gin, now acclaimed artist who has created walls and wallpapers for The Langham in London, The Waldorf in Chicago, the Hilton Hotel in New York, as well as cruise ships and private residences around the world.