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Hyatt Regency Dubai

Hyatt Regency Dubai
Hyatt Regency Dubai hotel
General information
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Coordinates
Opening 1980
Management Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Design and construction
Architect Garry Whitney
Other information
Number of rooms 414 [1]
Number of restaurants 10 [1]
Website
dubai.regency.hyatt.com

The Hyatt Regency Dubai is a luxury five-star hotel located on Deira Corniche in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). It's is the first Hyatt Hotel in UAE. It has 414 rooms and an additional complex of 370 apartments called The Galleria Residence.

History

The construction of the hotel began in 1977 backed by the Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai. It was opened to public on May 5, 1980. The building was designed by Garry Whitney of the design house ‘3D International’.

Overview

The property is built over 700,352 sq. ft. It has meeting & conventions space of 20,032 sq. ft. The hotel has a fitness centre and spa, ice rink, mini golf course, Al Dawaar, the only revolving restaurant in Dubai, Miyako, the first Japanese restaurant in UAE, Shahrzad, an Iranian restaurant, The Kitchen, an international restaurant, Hibiki, a Karaoke lounge, Carpenter's Bar, pub style bar and The Bar, a contemporary venue with views of the Persian Gulf. Club Olympus Spa & Fitness, has a gym, spa and temperature-controlled pool, besides tennis and squash courts and a jogging track.[1]

Restaurants

  • Al Dawaar
  • Miyako
  • Shahrzad
  • The Kitchen
  • Frosty's deli and coffee shop
  • Hibiki
  • Carpenter's Bar: A pub-style bar.
  • The Bar: A lounge bar with views of the sea.
  • Club Olympus Pool Bar
  • Laylati


References

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