Four Seasons Resort, Dubai at Jumeirah Beach Newly Renovated

Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach Unveils 11 Newly Renovated Imperial Suites


A Natural Escape: Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach Unveils 11 Newly Renovated Imperial Suites Alive with Elements of Nature

The renovation leaves the existing structure of the Suites in place and focuses on the design and interior
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, February 4, 2020 /-In November this year, Dual Seasons Dubai, the global luxury hotel industry leader, Jumeirah Beach, completed its latest guest room upgrade plan, including its crown jewellery -11 newly renovated Imperial Hotel Suites.

Designed by the famous French interior architect Sybille de Margerie, the new Empire Suite was designed with full consideration of the surrounding natural landscape, inspired by the sorbet tones of the Arabian Gulf at sunset, wind-swaying palm leaves and orange desert sand in the urban suburbs , Providing a modern luxury suite experience.

The renovation project preserves the existing structure of the suite and focuses on design and interior decoration. Sybil and her team are driven by the pursuit of the perfect fusion of tradition, modernity and creativity, and it is this philosophy that guides her decoration design.

The renovated suites are more open, with natural light flooding the room, while allowing guests to enjoy sweeping views of the sea from the day they enter. The layout of the suites has been adjusted to reflect changes in guest expectations, and modern guest room designs reflect a more residential atmosphere while still maintaining the resort’s unique Mediterranean style, complemented by new, subtle Arabian culture.

Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach Unveils 11 Newly Renovated Imperial Suites

Upon entering the new Imperial Suite, guests are welcomed by the spacious entrance lobby, which leads to an open-plan living area and dining room, inspired by taupe tones. The delicate fabrics of the curtains reflect the waves, and the spacious dining table is illuminated by a huge chandelier designed by Gabriel Scott.

The chandelier consists of geometric shapes and faceted shapes, such as jewelry stones, and floats in the air like a sculpture, allowing smooth light to diffuse through frosted prism glass. The suites branch from the central reception area into luxurious private residences, guest toilets and fully equipped kitchens. In the private wing, guests will find a spacious and bright bedroom, the texture elements in the room echo the natural environment elements such as water, desert and sunlight.

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Elsewhere, guests can enjoy the beauty of an oversized walk-in closet and a spacious and comfortable bathroom that imitates the intricate mosaic design of the iconic “Dubai Four Seasons” above the bathtub, has luxurious marble floors and a large shower , Free-standing bathtub and double vanity area.

The 11 refurbished Imperial Suites start at 210 square meters (2,260 square feet) and can accommodate up to three adult guests, or two adults and two children. Each room also offers interconnected rooms, making it perfect for families of all sizes. Sybil’s mission is to capture the vision of Dubai’s abstract aesthetics, while the new design of the 11 Empire Suite is a timeless interpretation of refinement, ultimate refinement and luxury.


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