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Dubai’s Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Village Triangle opens

The family-friendly property features an on-site water park

Mövenpick has announced the opening of its latest hotel, Jumeirah Village Triangle, located in one of Dubai’s most popular residential neighbourhoods. 

Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Village Triangle comprises 166 rooms and suites, with tech-savvy touches including ergonomic desks and interactive HD televisions with 55-inch screens.

Junior SuiteJunior suite

The property is suitable for large groups, with connecting rooms to cater to the needs of families. Along with an on-site water park, there is a Little Birds kids’ club to keep younger guests occupied with creative arts and crafts, games and plenty of activities.

The expansive hotel grounds feature three swimming pools including one exclusively for women.

Ladies only poolWomen-only pool

Serving traditional Italian food by the pool, Ricci’s offers a selection of Italian-inspired dishes, while the menu at MRKT features Mediterranean and international dishes prepared at display cooking stations.

Movenpick Café is located at the heart of the hotel lobby, and is a lively locale where guests can pick up a coffee, a freshly squeezed juice or pastries.

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Speaking about the new property, cluster general manager Mohamad Haj Hassan said: “As travel has returned, we are finding that holidaymakers and residents continue to enjoy staycations and are more invested in exploring the right family-friendly options.”

Hassan added: “Guests visiting the property will also have the option of exploring connecting properties. The Novotel and Adagio will welcome Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Village Triangle guests at their fantastic recreational facilities and restaurants.”

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