After 16 years of operation, the Park Hyatt Dubai will undergo a complete renovation, rebranding and overall transformation. Merging with the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club in the same complex, the new Dubai Creek Resort
The renovation will be done in stages – half of the hotel next year and the other half in 2023. There will be a lobby renovation too. That arrival experience will roll out next year and it will feature afternoon tea upon arrival. The luxury resort will retain its original charm, while still responding to the modern demands of the industry.
For the villas now under Park Hyatt Dubai’s remit also, there are equally lavish plans. The appeal of the villas has rocketed since the pandemic, spurred by a greater demand for privacy, as well as new perks associated with Park Hyatt operations.
The resort will redesign and rebrand 27 villas to have a similar look and feel to the resort itself. These 27 villas are going to be top-notch. Part of the novelties will be the opening of The Cinnamon Club – a successful historic venue in London. (Indian cuisine)
”Brasserie du Park” is being turned back into Traiteur. It was one of the best steakhouses around and one of the best brunches in Dubai . A former venue will be turned into a spa – there will also be a salon in partnership with Rossano Ferretti. The rooms are all in line with the entire renovation, opening up to possible other guest nationalities.
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