Are you looking for something new to add to your bucket list? Then 25hours Hotel One Central might be where you need to go next.
While most hotels are often designed with predictable interiors, 25hours Hotel One Central will soon disrupt the conventional pre-conceived layouts with its forward-thinking design. For the traveller who wants to break free from their daily routine, this hotel brings a hint of Europe to Dubai with nomadic elements deeply embedded in the design.
Every unique concept needs a mastermind designer. Created by the renowned interior design firm – Woods Baggot, the aesthetic is an amalgamation of traditional elements with modern pieces.
“From the beginning of this adventure our aim was to create a new Dubai experience of hospitality,” Christoph Hoffman, the CEO of 25hours, said. “Actually, we want it to become the living room, the party cellar, the speakeasy, the romantic hide-a-way for lovers as well as the place for relaxed and creative business meetings, inspirational various spaces, a fun rooftop for visionary thoughts and views.
“A new home and playground for the local community and of course travellers from all over the world.”
Setting it apart from the rest, the hotel’s eclectic onboard perks are what guests will be talking about for years to come. From a luxe open pantry concept to a pottery studio, the options are endless adding to its edgy charm. For those who wish to lay back, an all-access pass to record decks will allow guests to unwind no matter what time of the day. For those who require technical equipment, a podcast room gives them the freedom to create their own content. Guests will also have access to a co-working space to work productively in solitude.
For the wanderers on a mission to explore the city, the hotel has partnered with MINI to allow each one to venture into the city in style. From Schindelhauer bikes to e-bikes, guests can take their pick on a mode of transportation.
Ensuring foodies have options to several delicious hotspots, the hotel is home to a traditional Bavarian beer garden, Tandoor Tina for Northern Indian cuisine with a British twist, Nomad Day Bar by Dubai-based cult coffee roasters, Nightjar and the super popular Berlin import, Monkey Bar.
By emphasising on its mantra that 24 hours is simply not enough, the Middle East will have its first 25hours hotel.
The sprawling property will have 434 rooms and suites, all of which will have views to either the Museum of the Future, DIFC or Emirates Towers.
Having already made its mark in 12 unique hotels in nine cities including Berlin, Paris, Zurich and Vienna, the very first 25hours hotel is all set to launch in the Middle East in the fourth quarter this year.
For more information visit 25hours-hotels.com
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