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The New Palazzo Versace Dubai Is Way Beyond Stunning

By Victor Baker


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Palazzo Versace Dubai

The marvelous Palazzo Versace Dubai has recently opened its doors, welcoming guests from all over the world within a classy Versace lifestyle. Featuring high ceilings, beautifully landscaped gardens and high end Italian furnishings, this lavish hotel will impress everyone with its interiors, designed by none other than the Italian brand’s artistic director, Donatella Versace.

Reminiscent of a charming 16th century Italian Palace, Palazzo Versace Dubai features subtle hints at Arabian architecture as well. Located at the heart of the Culture Village, the luxury hotel sits along the shores of the historic Dubai Creek.

Inside, the hotel features a beautiful Medusa and Greek décor made possible by the Mosaic tile ‘Pietra di Fiume’ that’s been laid piece by piece, as well as a 1,000 sqm marble mosaic floor, gold hand-painted columns, bespoke furniture and textiles decorated with peacocks, falcons and horses in the main lobby.

Palazzo Versace Dubai

Impressed yet? You should be, as the hotel offers two room categories, Deluxe and Premiere, as well as five suite categories which unfold as Executive, Grand Executive, Grand, Signature and Imperial. Guests are actually invited to choose between one of the 215 rooms and 169 condominiums, ranging from one to six bedrooms.

Developed by Enshaa PSC, the Palazzo Versace Dubai also shows off eight trendy restaurants and bars, including an Al Fresco terrace, the Giardino all-day dining restaurant, while other dining options include the avant-garde Enigma, a lobby lounge called Mosaico, the Q’s and the La Vita bars, a shisha lounge called Gazebo and a pool bar named Amalfi.

Even the 3 outdoor pools are decorated with mosaic tiles, with the lagoon pools and reflection ponds complementing the serene atmosphere of the hotel’s lush gardens. Speaking of which, the stunning gardens and the unobstructed views of the Dubai Creek and skyline will make staying here even more enjoyable.

Palazzo Versace Dubai

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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