At a gala ceremony on November 16 at Arabian Ranches Golf Club, hosted by Hozpitality Group, Rixos Premium Dubai was recognized with the Best 5-Star Hotel of the Year-Gold Award at the Middle East Hospitality Excellence Awards 2022.
The Jumeirah Beach Residence in Dubai is home to the chic urban hotspot known as Rixos Premium Dubai. Experience contemporary luxury and stylish living, which creates the ideal environment for opulent and upscale lifestyle experiences. The 35-story urban lifestyle hotel welcomes guests from all over the globe to stay at this exotic haven for a chance to feel the pulse of the magical Dubai city.
The Rixos Premium Dubai hotel offers nine award-winning restaurants, including STK, Black Tap, Lock Stock & Barrel, Godiva Café, Ammos Greek, Luigia, Turquoise, Asil, and the hottest beach club in Dubai, Azure Beach, in addition to 414 stylish rooms and suites with direct beach access and state-of-the-art conference and banquet facilities.
The concept retail boutiques on the ground floor of Rixos Premium Dubai, including Rodeo Drive, Via Rodeo, and Ocean Drive, offer luxury shopping for an entirely glamorous stay.
About Rixos Hotels and Resorts
Rixos Hotels, established in 2000 by a Turkish businessman named Fettah Tamince, is one of the most quickly growing chains of luxury hotels in the entire world.
The Antalya-based firm presently owns and operates 7 upscale resorts and villas as well as 5 city hotels in varied countries like the UAE, Turkey, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Libya.
The organization is dedicated to offering authentic Turkish hospitality and a distinctive spa experience in the most sumptuous settings. The strategic relationship with AccorHotels was announced in March 2017 when Tamince concluded that for Rixos Hotels to grow internationally and continue expanding, it would be best to work with a reliable partner in the hospitality sector. The integration of Rixos Hotels establishments provided a broader viewpoint into the AccorHotels network through this joint venture with a plan to increase the number of luxury resort rooms from 12.000 to 50.000 by 2025.