According to the press release by chief executive of the Enshaa that Palazzo Varsace Branded Hotel in Dubai would open in December. This would be the second Italian Fashion house branded hotel and first in Middle-East. Palazzo Varsace have their first ever luxury branded hotel on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. According to the developers and Hotel Management Palazzo Versace Dubai will fully reflect the luxurious brand’s style, with opulent accessories and decor.
Palazzo Varsace Hotel Dubai is located in Dubai’s historic “Culture Village” district. The luxurious hotel is located at a few minutes drive from Dubai International Airport and less than 10 minutes away from world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa & Downtown Dubai. Surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and access to Dubai Creek pedestrian promenade.
The Palazzo Varsace Hotel Dubai comprises 215 ultra-luxury rooms and suites. All of the rooms and suites have exclusively designed furniture and finishes by Varsace. This guarantees the unimaginable beauty and luxury for which the Varsace name is famous for and that all will be into a single destination. Guests will not only enjoy the sensual elegance of classical design and architecture, but they are fully immersed into the Versace lifestyle, from fittings to furniture, bed linen to china.
The luxury hotel also consists of lavish condominiums at Palazzo Versace Dubai. The two wings, Al Destra and Ala Sinistra, offer 169 luxury private condominiums ranging from one to six bedrooms. It also feature a ballroom for up to 900 seated, a signature spa, fitness facilities and on-site restaurants.
Palazzo Varsace Hotel Dubai Project
Palazzo Varsace Hotel Dubai is a joint venture between the UAE’s ENSHAA and Australian based Sunland Group Limited. Cost estimated for the hotel and residences is AED2.3 billion which is almost US $626 millions. According to the officials construction on the luxury property is more than 80% completed and expected to open in December 2015. The developers also claimed that 80% of units are already sold.
Soheil Abedian, The Managing Director said: “[The resort] has continued its construction during a very difficult economic time. The property is 81 percent complete.”
The project was first expected to open in 2008.