Jumeriah’s most luxurious properties

Jumeirah Group has relases a round up of its most luxurious properties around the Middle East and beyond:

Royal Residences, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray

Clustered around a lagoon pool and set in tropical gardens, the 38 Royal Residences feature the Turkish marble and ceramics from the ancient town of Iznik in western Anatolia.

Guests can enjoy access to a private beachfront and views of the Arabian Gulf from a five-bedroom Beach Residence or the four-bedroom Lagoon Residences and Seafront Residences.

Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

Set over two floors, the 780 square metre Royal Suite features a private lift, library and cinema room, all with natural light and offering uninterrupted views over the Arabian Gulf.

There is a four-poster rotating canopy bed, two master bathrooms with full-size Jacuzzis, dressing rooms which are larger than the average hotel room, upstairs and downstairs personalised bars, and a private dining room for 12 people. 24 carat gold iPads and a team of butlers are provided for the duration of the stay.

Malakiya Villas, Madinat Jumeirah

Hidden within Madinat Jumeirah’s waterways are the Jumeirah Malakiya Villas – the word ‘Malakiya’ translates into ‘Royal’ in Arabic.

Inspired by the traditional courtyard summer houses of old Arabia, the villas feature a private plunge pool, 24-hour butler service, in-suite check–in, abra station and direct private access to the souk.

The Royal Residence, Jumeirah Vittaveli

The Royal Residence at Jumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives offers five bedrooms, a main sanctuary, two Guest Villas, two-storey Guest House and pool stretching over 3,500 square metres.

The residence features a private spa pavilion, gym, two pools, outdoor and indoor living areas and a dedicated teppanyaki restaurant; as well as a kitchen by nolte with wine cellar.

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