Dubai is full of amazing buildings, the skyline of the city is absolutely fascinating, here luxury and opulence mix with Arab culture, and now, Meliá Hotels International has announced the opening of the ME Dubai at the end of 2018. The hotel is designed by the avant-garde architect Zaha Hadid, who died in 2016. His original work can be seen all over the world, winding, curved and futuristic buildings, and one of them is the ME Dubai, ready to be part of his heritage because Both the exterior and the interior have been designed by her.
The hotel will be located inside the Opus building designed also by Hadid. The construction has more than 20,000 square meters and is composed of two separate towers that connect leaving an impressive central vacuum, which has already become an architectural icon.
The establishment will have 93 rooms and suites spread over 19 floors, plus an ultra-luxurious “Suite ME” and 98 apartments with services located on the upper floors, including four penthouses with private terrace.
The lobby, cafeteria, lounges and reception will have furniture designed or selected by Hadid, all emulating their characteristic style.
With an impressive originality, Zaha Hadid’s design reinvents the balance between the solid and the empty, the opaque and the transparent, and the interior and the exterior.
As for the hotel’s gastronomic offer, it will have 15 restaurants including the ROKA, the contemporary Japanese robatayaki restaurant, all to offer a first class service.
ME by Melia in Dubai is the first ME hotel in the region, a lifestyle hotel designed with stylish local residents and international travelers in mind.
It is a lifestyle and personality hotel that shares the desire to push the boundaries of what is possible. It includes a Michelin star restaurant, lounges and cafés across an area of 250,000 square feet, while also featuring the very best in cutting edge design. Each individual hotel guest will get to enjoy tailored personal assistance.