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Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel
Jw Marriott Marquis Hotel

Location: Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Area: 3,384,873 Sq.Ft

Client: Emirates Airlines

The iconic 2B+G+82 storey twin towers which were completed in November 2012, dominate the surroundings and provide a dramatic introduction to the Business bay area. It is the tallest dedicated hotel in the world at a height of 355.35m, securing its place in the Guinness World Records.

This flagship project for Emirates Airlines Hotel Division has 1380 Standard guest rooms, 240 Suites, 4 Presidential suites, a Banquet hall, an Auditorium, 18 Shops, 19 Restaurants and a Spa.

The form is inspired by the date palm - a symbol deeply entrenched in the Arabian culture. The towers are symmetrically placed on the 7-storey high podium to get the best views of the Burj Khalifa, Business Bay and the sea. The podium houses all the public areas, restaurants, banquet hall and the essential back of house areas. The grand entrance lobby is 4 floors high and overlooks the Business Bay. The 1000-capacity banquet hall has an independent access for smooth functioning. The podium terrace has one of the largest spas in Dubai and is beautifully landscaped with gardens and swimming pool.

The delicate forms and detailing on the exterior belie the sophisticateBest Aerial Shot Ever - JW Marriott Marquis DubaiBest Aerial Shot Ever - JW Marriott Marquis DubaiAerial Shot of JW Marriott Marquis Dubaid engineering and technological inputs within the towers. The structural design has undergone rigorous testing and rechecking on computer-generated models and wind-tunnel tests. The electro-mechanical design is also of the highest standards befitting the building which aspires to set the benchmark for hotels in the region.
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