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New Kid on the Block, 25hours Hotel One Central Open its Doors in Dubai

Located in Dubai, 25hours Hotel One Central is more than just a place to sleep; it‘s a place for modern day nomads to share stories and experiences. Just like the Hakawati, the Arabian storyteller in the desert, 25hours celebrates the
ancient Bedouin traditions and stories, bringing them to life across different areas of the property.
The history of the region is reflected throughout the design of the hotel, created in partnership with acclaimed interior design firm, Woods Bagot, and 25hours Hotels. 25hours Hotel One Central is the first 25hours to open outside of Europe, other 25hours Hotels can be found in Berlin, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Florence, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Paris, Vienna and Zurich. Every hotel is unique to its city, like the recent hotel opening in Florence, designed around the theme of Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’.
Located next to the Dubai World Trade Centre and overlooking the Emirates Towers and the Museum of the Future, the hotel is also in very close proximity to the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), fifteen minutes’ drive to La Mer beach and five minutes’ drive to Dubai Mall.

The 434 rooms and suites feature Bedouin, Glamping and Farmstay interiors, whilst the Artist Village suites are perfect for those looking for more space.
Meanwhile, the Hakawati Suite displays true Dubai glamour with a double bathtub, Triple king size bed aka “Sheikh-sized”, a dining table seating 10 people, two bars, a DJ corner, dance floor, fireplace and a breath-taking view of the Museum of the Future. The room interconnects with 2 additional bedrooms through a secret staircase. It is the perfect playground for travellers and residents of the city to enjoy and revel in whether guests are there to indulge or relax, 25hours allows both.
All rooms and suites at the property serve as a peaceful oasis for nomads after a long day exploring. Each sanctuary draws on local influences, featuring quirky design elements such as hammocks, double rainfall showers, roll-top baths, Schindelhauer bicycles, analogue telephones and much more.

Further reading

Exhibitor: 25hours Hotels


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