By Mariam Nihal
Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights is an ideal destination for Saudi families planning to travel during the upcoming school and summer holidays to Dubai. Located on the edge of Dubai’s beautifully preserved old town and close to the cosmopolitan downtown district, the hidden gem has a lot to offer. For such a well-run hotel, it is hard to tell it is only a year old.
Hyatt Regency caters to a diverse market that includes a large number of Arab families and business travellers. However one can tell the hotel is consciously focused on families by the conducive atmosphere that is laid-back and comfortable, in a bid to create a ‘home away from home’ experience. Even its choice of restaurants and low-key entertainment zones suit the mood of most traditional Saudi families. Hyatt Regency offers great packages and makes for a more affordable hotel choice. It allows you to indulge reasonably.
For those who like to stay away from the busy side of Dubai, the hotel is a great escape that allows you the luxury of privacy within the main city. For middle and upper middle-class Saudi families who like to stay in Bur Dubai or near Deira, this is the perfect urban choice. With free wifi and great technical facilities, millennials will feel comfortable in the new setting.
To be fair, there isn’t anyone they aren’t trying to please. With a luxurious spa and salon facilities within the hotel, couples and singles can indulge in exclusive treatments and later enjoy a scrumptious feast with their families at one of the popular hotel restaurants.
Most Saudis love Asian food, preferably Indian cuisine. So even if you haven’t stayed at the hotel, make your way to Sufra, an all day dining restaurant that serves international cuisine. The best part is, you can order any cuisine you want and they won’t disappoint. Especially the Indian chef. Try La Tablita for authentic Mexican food that will bring you back for more.
La Tablita is one of the most popular restaurants in town that is known for its exciting, vibrant and super friendly atmosphere. Market 24 offers gourmet grab-and-go and food delivery options.
Enjoy Shisha at Hue with breathtaking views from the 34th floor overlooking the Dubai skyline. Lobby Lounge is set within a garden-themed space inspired from Pergolas in the lobby. Underneath the massive glass dome, enjoy afternoon tea with natural sunlight in the lobby during the day. The five-star hotel offers 461 luxury hotel rooms and suites, overlooking Dubai creek. The signature Royal Suite takes over the entire top floor.
Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights is also popular for business travellers offering over 3,200 square metres of meeting and event facilities. This is complemented by their residence concept Al Manzil, with a separate residential-style multi-event enclave for different types of gatherings including occasions like weddings or parties. The hotel is in close proximity to Wafi mall, the golf course and Deira City Center.
Hyatt hotels aim to increase their current set of 12 hotels in the GCC by approximately 100% in the next five years. Hyatt has six hotels in Dubai with three more coming up soon. Hyatt plans to open more than six new hotels in Saudi Arabia in the next three years. Their new hotel in Riyadh is located in Olaya district.
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Address: 20th Street, Oud Metha Road, Reservations: +971 4 553 1234