Hotel at a Glance
Designed by Jeffrey Wilkes, our chic beachfront retreat offers a wealth of accommodation.
- 174 spacious rooms, most with private balconies
- 77 elegant suites with views over the city or ocean
- Views of the ocean or the city skyline
As the hottest new addition to the Dubai culinary scene, the resort offers a range of cuisines and dining experiences in its six distinctive restaurants and lounges.
- Tasca by José Avillez - signature Portuguese poolside restaurant
- Netsu by Ross Shonhan - signature Warayaki-style Japanese restaurant
- The Bay - an informal ground-floor restaurant with show-kitchens and family-friendly menus
- Noor Lounge - afternoon Tea and light refreshments
- Sun Vibe - cocktails, mocktails, salads and light bites
- The Mandarin Cake Shop - delicious cakes, chocolates and patisseries
Spread over 2,000 sqm, our elegant spa is a haven of tranquillity.
- Nine treatment rooms including two couples’ suites, a dedicated Hammam-style suite and a luxurious VIP suite
- Heat and water experiences
- Fully-equipped Fitness Centre
As the closest beachfront resort to Dubai’s financial and business districts, the hotel also offers exceptional meeting and event facilities, as well as a wonderful setting for weddings.
- Offering Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s signature Mindful Meetings concept
- 700 sqm glass-walled ballroom with beachfront terrace seating up to 360 guests
- Four elegantly-appointed meeting rooms that enjoy natural day light and can be divided into seven separate spaces
- 121 sqm private Bridal Room
- Equipped with high-performance audio visual presentation facilities
- World-class catering and service
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai's signature fan was created by Dubai-based multidisciplinary designer Aljoud Lootah.
Known for her work creating bespoke objects and collectables, Aljoud is one of the most talented, emerging artists in the UAE.
Featuring an artistic blend of local Emirati heritage and modern touches, the signature fan takes inspiration from both land and sea, historically the two main sources of livelihood for residents of the UAE. The fan's main geometric pattern is inspired by Khous, a palm frond weaving technique traditionally used by Emiratis to create a variety of items including The Mahaffa, a hand-held square fan, which provided another source of inspiration for Aljoud.
The fan's curved pattern references the sea, which has played an integral part in Dubai's evolution from fishing village to successful port and international city. Made from brushed brass, the ribbed structure complements the interiors of the resort and represents the modern edges of city.
The overall result is a stunning work of art that truly reflects the spirit of Dubai.