Marriott International Debuts Delta Hotels Into Middle East and Africa with Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach, Dubai

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. October 16, 2019

Marriott International today announced the official debut of Delta Hotels by Marriott into Middle East and Africa with Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach, Dubai. Within easy access from key business hubs including Media City, Internet City and Knowledge City, the hotel is ideally located in the heart of one of Dubai's most vibrant destinations, the famous Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR). With direct beach access, it rises tall between the Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Beach and The Walk, Dubai's first shopping and dining promenade. Offering a simple and hassle-free travel experience, it allows guests to achieve a perfect balance between their work and personal life whether they are on business or on leisure.

"We are excited to introduce the first Delta Hotel to Middle East and Africa region and believe the brand has immense growth potential in our region with its clear ethos of - simple made perfect," said Alex Kyriakidis, President and Managing Director, Middle East & Africa, Marriott International. "Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach Dubai will deliver on this promise by providing a full complement of streamlined services in a simple and straightforward way offering both choice and flexibility. Its strategic location, offers our guests the perfect way to discover the city in a manner that makes travel seamless and always enjoyable."

The hotel's 45 story tower houses 360 comfortable and stylish rooms, offering a range of room types including suites and serviced apartments, each equipped with premium amenities, focused on what is important to guests for a flawless experience that allows them to glide through their entire stay. Guests can enjoy spectacular views of the Marina and Dubai's dazzling cityscape from beach facing rooms and many different parts of the hotel.

The hotel's culinary offerings flare up an appetite for every desire. The Brazilian restaurant Fogueira located on the 35th floor, takes the guests on a journey into Brazil with its "all you can eat" meat cuts especially crafted to perfection to serve the distinctive palate. The restaurant offers amazing views of Ain Dubai - highest observation wheel in the world. The classic American pub - Speakeasy with its rustic ambiance blends perfectly with an exquisite selection of beverages, grills and live entertainment. Shores, the all-day dining boasts live stations and myriad flavors from around the world including Asian, European and Arabic. La Sala offers classic Italian while The Sama Lounge boasts refreshing beverages, a selection of delectable platters and stunning views of Jumeirah Beach and the Dubai Marina which makes it a perfect place to socialize with friends after work or unwind on the weekends.

145 square meters of event space, including 3 multi-function rooms and a business center offer both choice and flexibility for meetings of every type. With the brand's focus on perfecting and elevating the small details that make a huge difference during travel, guests can also expect to enjoy fast and free Wi-Fi, a 24×7 fitness center, a spa and an outdoor pool.

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