Dubai has not been slow to build a reputation as one of the world’s top cities for hospitality. With every year that passes, we hear of bigger plans and more innovations that will take Dubai up another level, and leave cities elsewhere wondering how they can possibly compete. Just a look at the city’s skyline, particularly at night, can leave you in absolutely no doubt that this is a city on the up, with plenty of attractions for the visitor either first-time or returning. Such opulence comes at a price – both to the constructor and the customer – but that price can be considerably less than you think, if you know where to look.
One of the most important things about any city for tourists is the accommodation. The city can be filled with things to see and do – and Dubai most certainly is – but if you are going to see and do as much as you want you will need a place to stay. Comfort and service are important to the international traveler, and a little bit of luxury can go a long way. The Fairmont is one of Dubai’s gems, which continually attracts return business from people who know that they can trust this hotel to deliver the best possible experience.
One thing that sets the Fairmont apart from the crowd is its wonderful Fairmont Gold experience. In the Fairmont Dubai, you arrive at the front door to be escorted to the private Fairmont Gold reception area. It is described by the company as a “hotel within a hotel”. What this means for you, the traveler, is that your own personal requirements are the most important thing – what you want from a room, a restaurant, whatever you require from check-in to check-out it is anticipated and delivered.
There is a very clear desire on the part of the staff of the Fairmont Dubai to bring you the ultimate in hospitality. It has a reputation for staff who will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that you have the best time you can, while at the same time remaining non-intrusive and respectful at all times. The rooms are large and spacious from the standard level to the suites, with bathrooms that put the average hotel to shame and beds that ensure you a truly comfortable night’s sleep – and views over the city which include the famous Burj al Arab.
Eating at the Fairmont Dubai is also an experience that you will want to repeat. The huge range of on site restaurants, bars and brasseries mean that you never need eat in the same place twice – although it is likely that you will want to when you taste what they are serving up. The customer is again the most important person in the process here, with food cooked to your specification and no special request is too much effort for the kitchen and waiting staff. Whether it is a three-course luxury dinner or a cup of coffee and a pastry, your requirements will be catered to at the Fairmont Dubai.