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The glittering city of Dubai has opened the doors to yet another hotel that drips of opulence, with a Bentley Suite inspired by the luxury carmaker, and a dazzling chandelier made up of 1,200 hand cut crystals which greets visitors upon arrival.
The doors to the St. Regis Dubai opened last week within Al Habtoor City, a new luxury destination in Dubai described as an integrated residential, hospitality and entertainment complex.
Styled after the chain’s flagship property The St. Regis New York with its French beaux-arts architecture and neo-classical interiors, the Dubai outpost features 234 rooms, eight dining venues and a luxurious Iridium spa.
In their partnership with Bentley, the hotel also features a custom Bentley Suite inspired by the leather finishes, colours, patterns and wood veneers of the Mulsanne, the brand’s flagship performance luxury car.
The Bentley suite opens in 2016. Hotel transportation is also provided by a fleet of Bentleys.
When staying at the St. Regis Dubai, the rich and famous may also opt for the Royal Suite, a 913-square meter, three-bedroom apartment spanning two floors that comes with a rooftop plunge pool, living and dining rooms, study and lounge area.
As part of Al Habtoor City’s development, the neighbourhood will also see the opening of a W Hotel and Westin next spring.
When complete, the area will include three residential towers and a Las Vegas-style entertainment venue where theatre company Dragone will produce sound and water shows for up to 1,400 spectators.
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