Conveniently located on Dubai’s prominent Sheikh Zayed Road, Towers Rotana boasts some stunning views of the Arabian Sea as well as easy access to all major destinations in the thriving metropolis of Dubai. Towers Rotana is situated adjacent to the Financial Centre Metro Station, a mere 5 mins drive away from Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world) and from the golden sands of the Jumeirah Beach front, and 20 minutes away from Dubai International Airport. Towers Rotana offers 372 rooms, suites and apartments decorated with comfort and elegance in mind.
Towers Rotana is home to Award-winning fusion fine dining restaurant Teatro, the longest bar in the Middle East Long’s Bar, Award-winning all day dining restaurant Flavours on Two and lobby bistro Wraps Café. Contemporary business facilities and 9 meeting rooms offer all the amenities needed to satisfy every one of your requirements.
Towers Rotana's recreation facilities are located on the top floor of the annex building and features an outdoor pool with sun terrace, a fitness centre and guests can also relax in the steam room, sauna, jacuzzi which offers views over Jumeirah Beach.
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How everything started
Known as the Pearl of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai is strategically located on a 10 kilometre long creek. It began its remarkable transformation from a fishing settlement when it was taken over in 1830 by the current rulers of Dubai, the Maktoum family. The 19th century and early 20th century saw Dubai build itself as a commercial and business centre with a thriving pearling and trade industry. The discovery of oil in the 1960’s led to a boom and the emirate used its resources to diversify into a wide scope of industries and economic sectors with some bold initiatives such as the offshore Jebel Ali Free Zone.
Tourism plays a major role in Dubai’s growth today based on its sunshine, clean and welcoming environment, good shopping and a range of sporting facilities, coupled with an array of high standard resorts and hotels. Tourists can enjoy many activities in Dubai such as golf, joining the fun at Wild Wadi, Dubai’s premier water park for adults and kids, a desert safari, taking a dhow cruise or relaxing on the beach.
Dubai’s central district is divided into two parts by its creek; Deira on the north side and Bur Dubai to the south. These are connected by a tunnel and two bridges. Deira is the commercial and business centre of Dubai and home to the souks. Jumeirah Beach lies to the west of the creek and is home to many of Dubai’s premier hotels and resorts.
From the world’s biggest shopping mall to the intimacy of the souk, from dazzling jewelries, gold and designer fashions to a simple bag of spices, from Arabian art and crafts to a Western-style tailored suit, Dubai’s array of shopping opportunities is unparalleled in the Middle East.
Dubai’s rapid development as a luxury travel destination is due in large part to its classy shopping. The Dubai Mall, part of the Burj Dubai development, is set to become the world’s biggest shopping mall when completed in 2008; the Emirates Mall will boast the world`s largest indoor ski slope under its roof.
The Deira district is a shoppers’ delight: Deira City Centre features 280 stores, a definitive ‘shop till you drop’ experience, whilst the Al Bustan and Abu Hail Shopping Centres, the Galleria and Hamarain Centre sell leading brands of fashion, watches, jewellery, sports goods and more under one roof.
Dubai is also famous the world over for its souks. The Gold Souk sells high-carat gold jewelry, gold bars and bullion coins, plus dazzling necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Neighboring the Gold Souk is the Spice Souk, where aromatic spices from all over the Middle East are brought together.