The large marble lobby is sleek and contemporary and more like a city hotel than a beach hotel. There is a large seating area for guests to sit relax and be seen in one of the cities most fashionable new hotels.
This landmark building is tall and modern-looking with balconies on all sides.
The lavish decor combines an Arabian influence with contemporary design and the very latest technology. Breathtaking panoramic views will add another dimension to the Grosvenor experience.
The world famous Buddha Bar fuses decor, food, and music to create a relaxed ambience. A Vietnamese lounge, sushi bar, and Japanese private rooms set the tone. Michelin Star winner and chef Patron Vineet Bhatia brings modern Indian cuisine into Indego’s contemporary setting and adds his own special ingredient - passion. Rich and mystical, Ottomans is steeped in Ottoman tradition. You can enjoy a multi-flavoured journey, mixing the influences of the old Turkish tradition with the rich tastes of the Mediterranean Sea. Rhodes Mezzanine presents British classics with French flair by celebrity Michelin Star chef Gary Rhodes. The restaurant itself is a work of modern art, daring to be different.
Situated in Dubai Marina overlooking its sister hotel Le Royal Meridien Dubai Jumeirah, the hotel is 35 km from downtown Dubai and 5 km from the Burj Al Arab. While the hotel would be considered a beach hotel due to its location it does not have direct beach access, guests must use the complimentary shuttle service, which only takes a few minutes.