Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has unveiled details of its royal suite, which is also the largest suite in Dubai.
Spanning 1567 square metres, the suite will include balconies, a living room, a dining area and two bedrooms. The largest suite will be rented out for Dhs50,000 per night.
Guests opting to stay in the royal suite will also receive specialised services including being escorted to the hotel in a classic chauffeured Bentley or being allowed to land in their private helicopters on the seaside helipad.
Upon arrival in the hotel, they will be greeted by a personal concierge and then escorted to the private lift to be taken up to the suite.
The royal suite opens to a living room in palettes of warm woods, crème and gold with raised seating platform. The dining room offers sea views of Dubai from the adjoining balcony.
The hotel also provides an option to hold dinner parties in the suite where chefs personally present each dish and describe the process of each of their creations.
Another feature of the royal suite is a Majilis lounge, which allows guests to enjoy a traditional Arabian experience with shisha and coffee.
The suite will also have two en-suite bedrooms that consist of a large balcony overlooking the sea, a fitted bathroom and a king-sized bed.
“Since officially opening in March, we have been tirelessly working towards revealing the largest suite in Dubai,” said Jan Moenkedieck, general manager.
“This palatial sanctuary will host world renowned celebrities, royalty, and international dignitaries for the most distinguished events Dubai has ever seen.”
Apart from luxurious getaways, the royal suite is also open to corporate events, receptions, product launches and cocktail parties for up to 50 people.