Jumeirah Mina A’Salam, Madinat Jumeirah’s boutique beachfront property in Dubai, has completed an extensive refurbishment of its rooms, suites, ballrooms and Amal Club Lounge.

The refurbishment included installing large windows in the rooms to increase the natural light that enters them, whereas a neutral colour palette was also used.

The refurbished suites include the Royal suite. It features a living and dining area, curated artwork and ornate detailing, as well as an outdoor terrace with views of both the sea and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. It also has a marble-clad bathroom, with a private steam room, walk-in rainfall shower and a bath.

The new Presidential suite meanwhile comprises of two bedrooms with marble-clad bathrooms and waterfront living areas. It has multiple balconies including a spacious terrace with a built-in jacuzzi, shower area and sun loungers. From this suite too, guests can look out onto the Arabian Gulf and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah.

Guests staying in all of Jumeirah Mina A’Salam’s suite and club rooms receive exclusive access to the hotel’s redesigned Amal Club Lounge.

The refurbishment programme also extended to the hotel’s private ballrooms, Majlis Al Salam and Majlis Al Mina, which now reflect the rooms and suites’ neutral colour palette. Accessible through the hotel lobby or a private entrance, both ballrooms are multi-purpose venues which can be divided into two or three units to adapt to individual conference and event requirements.

The property recently also opened Parisian-inspired patisserie Margaux by executive pastry chef Alexandre Dufeu.

“In collaboration with La Bottega, we have re-energised our beloved hotel, being mindful not to erase any of the property’s warmth and heritage. For our returning guests, it is still the much-loved boutique beachfront resort, which has now been completely refurbished,” said Jaime Simpson, general manager of Jumeirah Mina A’Salam.

Sahar Al Yaseer, founder of La Bottega by Intice, added: “The idea behind the new contemporary interiors was to reflect a more timeless, luxurious and tranquil atmosphere synonymous with the Jumeirah brand. The symmetrical balance achieved by the interiors’ neutral tones positively impacts guests’ wellbeing.”

Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts operates over 6,500 rooms and suites in 26 properties across the Middle East, Europe and Asia. Earlier this month, it confirmed that it had acquired the iconic Le Richemond hotel on the banks of Lake Geneva. The property has been closed since mid-2020 due to the downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, but will now reopen as an “ultra luxury hotel”, following renovation works which are planned to be completed by 2025.

Regionally, the Jumeirah Group opened the new Jumeirah Gulf of Bahrain Resort and Spa located along the kingdom’s west coast in November last year.