Movie buffs and movie buffs have a new place to stay in Dubai.
That’s because the city’s second Paramount hotel has opened in Business Bay, inspired by Paramount Pictures’ 110-year-old cinematic history.
The Paramount Hotel Midtown rolled out its red carpet to one-night guests looking for a stay in Hollywood splendor.
Stepping into a gilded lobby dotted with retro artwork and nods to Tinseltown, the 281-room hotel promises guests a celebrity-worthy gym and spa.
Rooms are designed in cool California style with a variety of accommodation options, including Blockbuster Suites, A-list Suites, and spacious upscale Paramount Suites that sleep up to six people.
All rooms and suites have been designed to emulate the lifestyle of the rich and famous and feature king-size beds, plush pillows and elegant black and white marble bathrooms. Guests can also relax on their private balcony, with views of the Dubai coastline or the Burj Khalifa.
For dinner, there are five restaurants to choose from, including the upscale Italian restaurant Paparazzi Tuscan, which features an open kitchen and chef’s table.
Melrose Bar and Lounge is the perfect place to unwind with a drink, while Cinescope, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, is named after the big-screen movies used in old-school Hollywood.
On the 64th floor, the Malibu Sky Lounge and Pool Bar offers panoramic skyline views and a temperature-controlled infinity pool.
Travelers who want to take some time off can head to the Pause Spa, created in collaboration with French brand Château Berger and offering treatments including a royal hammam, Escape to Hollywood facial and a Welcome to Dubai jet cryotherapy treatment. the G.
Opening rates start from Dh986 ($268) for a stay in a Scene room, making Paramount’s second property slightly more affordable than the original Paramount Hotel Dubai, where stays start from 1 280 MAD.
The first Paramount Hotel Dubai opened in Business Bay in 2019.
Updated: March 15, 2022, 08:36