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Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah opens on the banks of Dubai Creek

Al Seef Hotel By Jumeirah

Jumeirah's latest addition to the Dubai; Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah is now open in the heart of old-Dubai.

Located in Al Seef, a bustling destination on the south banks of Dubai Creek, Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah is spread across 10 clusters of Arabian Bayts (homes), tucked away amidst the rooftops and courtyards of a souk, offering guests tales of history and culture at every turn.

With views down into the alleyways of the souk or out across the busy waterways of the Creek, and a restaurant - Saba’a - that serves Emirati-inspired traditional dishes and Middle Eastern tastes, guests can book to stay from just AED 250 plus government fees and taxes, as an introductory opening offer.

The interiors of the 180 rooms and 10 suites reflect an age of pearl trading and Emirati crafts, with a colour palette inspired by the UAE’s natural environment. Historical artefacts adorn the walls, with furnishings including old style light switches, rotary dial phones, hanging oil lanterns and framed photographs of the souk and creek through the years – a visual exploration of the heritage of Arabia.

Only 15 minutes from Dubai International Airport, and with direct links to Dubai Water Taxi and traditional abras, Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah offers guests the opportunity to experience the Dubai’s past within an environment that is quiet, peaceful and filled with design and traditions of an era gone by.

The location offers curious travelers a chance to immerse themselves in the city’s proud history and rediscover its vibrant past through the museums, galleries, souks, traditional dhows and architecture. Visit the quaint Arabian Tea House Café, historical Dubai Museum and 200-year-old Al Fahidi Fort; travel across the Creek on a traditional Abra ride; or attend events such as the Sikka Art Fair, a weeklong event which is part of a two month city-wide celebration of arts and culture (hosted by Dubai Culture), taking place across March and April every year.

Guests can also visit the Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding, established by His Highness, the Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to showcase the traditions and customs of the UAE through various offerings such as a traditional Emirati breakfast, national day celebrations, cultural interactions and Q&A sessions.

Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah completes a trio of hotels located in Al Seef, a destination by Meraas, the masterminds behind some of Dubai’s most popular tourist destinations including The Beach and City Walk. The hotel joins the two recently opened hotels located at the opposite end of the destination’s promenade that stretches for 1.8km alongside Dubai Creek: Zabeel House by Jumeirah Al Seef and Zabeel House MINI by Jumeirah.