Grounded in Dubai¿s vision to establish itself as the epicenter for international travel and leisure, the historic Mina Seyahi (Traveler¿s Harbor) emerged in 1973, a mere splash of color on a canvas of limitless desert. Fast forward to today, Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina remains an icon rooted in its heritage of water sports and leisure, but has reemerged transformed as the most modern resort on Jumeirah beach, following a complete renovation. With an unparalleled location, Le Méridien Mina Seyahi is a mere 30 minutes from the Dubai International Airport and offers convenient access to the Dubai International Marine Club, water taxis, two metro stations, the Dubai Marina, The JBR Walk, golf courses and malls.Starting with the Le Méridien Mina Seyahi¿s entrance, guests are transported from the vibrant bustling metropolis of Dubai to a serene resort experience. Once inside the resort, guests experience a unique sensorial environment created though elements of sound, scent, and light. Discovery continues at check-in with Unlock Art, where guests receive a limited-edition room key designed exclusively by an LM100 artist, which also allows guests to receive complimentary access to the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre (DUCTAC). The resort pays tribute to its European roots and provides a new perspective on the traditional beach holiday, inspired by curated room art, contemporary design, stimulating views and Le Méridien signature beds.
A journey of culinary discoveries unfolds at the resort complex, with a choice of over twelve restaurants and bars, including Le Méridien¿s signature venues, Latest Recipe and Lattitude. Curious minds are awakened as guests enter the Hub, Le Méridien¿s re-interpretation of the traditional hotel lobby, where they are immediately transported into a space to experience stimulating dialogue and coffee culture, brought to life in partnership with Illy. Barasti is a nexus for Dubai¿s community and nightlife, offering a remarkable view of Jumeriah Beach and the Palm Jumeirah, set against a backdrop of the modern city skyline.
A Tourism Tax is payable locally for all arrivals from the 31/03/14.