25-hours Hotel One Central to open in Dubai soon
The 25hours Hotel One Central in Dubai has announced that it will open its doors before the end of the year.
The resort aims to make a visit one to remember by transferring guests to an adrenaline playground that feels almost like home.
It is a lively and bright facility with a delightfully inviting vibe.
The highly anticipated Dubai branch will celebrate and encourage uniqueness, echoing the slogan that 24 hours is just not enough.
25hours Hotel One Central, which overlooks the Museum of the Future and has 434 rooms and suites, portrays the narrative of the area via its furnishings, mixing old Bedouin customs with contemporary, forward-thinking design and a hint to the future.
Elements of narratives where the traditional meets the modern are ingeniously intertwined and presented floor-by-floor, producing an altogether contemporary storey, guaranteeing a genuinely one-of-a-kind experience, masterminded by interior design firm Woods Baggot.
25hours Hotel One Central offers a unique approach to co-working spaces, with an appealing environment complete with a modern ‘open’ pantry idea to foster a communal atmosphere, allowing local heroes to meet with the well-traveled.
In typical 25hours fashion, a painting and pottery workshop, a podcast recording area, and record decks round out the menu.
In addition, MINI has collaborated with 25hours Hotel One Central to offer guests a feeling of adventure to get out and experience the city on their own terms.
According to Christoph Hoffman, chief executive 25hours, “25hours Hotel One Central is the most exotic 25hours project I have experienced so far.”
“From the beginning of this adventure our aim was to create a new Dubai experience of hospitality.”
He added, “Actually we want it to become the living room, the party cellar, the speakeasy, the romantic hide-a-way for lovers as well as the place for relaxed and creative business meetings, inspirational various spaces, a fun rooftop for visionary thoughts and views.”
“A new home and playground for the local community and of course travelers from all over the world.”
The company is now seeking to grow internationally, with 12 distinct hotels in nine locations like Berlin, Paris, Zurich, and Vienna.
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