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Dubai’s Jumeirah Village Triangle welcomes two Accor properties

The residential Dubai neighbourhood is now home to Novotel Jumeirah Village Triangle and Adagio Aparthotel

The newly opened properties will offer guests a choice of hotel rooms and serviced hotel apartments.  

With 375 rooms and suites, Novotel Jumeirah Village Triangle features contemporary accommodation equipped with a host of modern amenities. Connecting rooms are also available, adding greater convenience for families and large groups.

There are three dining outlets: Thyme all-day dining venue; Ricci’s, serving traditional Italian specialities by the pool, and Novo Lounge offering a selection of light bites in a laidback setting. 

Leisure facilities include a temperature-controlled swimming pool, a fully equipped gym and a spa. Younger guests will enjoy the on-site waterpark and the kids’ club.

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Located adjacent to Novotel, Adagio Aparthotel Jumeirah Village Triangle features 171 fully furnished and serviced units. These include a choice of apartments categorised as Studio, Deluxe Studio, One Bedroom and Deluxe One Bedroom, as well as Duplex and Triplex apartments with their own private swimming pools.

The family-friendly hotel provides home comforts, including fully equipped kitchens with washing machines and  induction cookers. Housekeeping services are provided and dry cleaning can be arranged. 

Guests can order light meals at the Hub and have full access to the facilities at the neighbouring Novotel hotel.

Female guests can make use of the ladies-only swimming pool and gym. For those travelling with young children, a comprehensive baby kit can be reserved in advance. A selection of books and games are available for kids. 

For more information, visit www.group.accor.com

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