The unveiling of Versace’s hotel in Dubai is proof that good things do come to those who wait. See the Neoclassical Masterpiece That is Palazzo Versace in Dubai.
Since launching its first property on Australia’s Gold Coast in 2000, it has taken the Italian fashion house 12 years to reveal the fruits of its labour in the UAE city – and there is no doubt that this is its most ambitious project to date.
Taking center stage in Culture Village, a multi-purpose development that – when complete – will offer various retail, residential and commercial constructions, as well as the world’s tallest building and a traditional souk, Palazzo Versace is an extravagant neoclassical masterpiece with 215 guest rooms and 169 residences.
Sat on the shoreline of the Dubai Creek, with clear views of the water and the city’s skyline beyond, the greatness continues inside, where the lobby’s floor alone (a reproduction of a Versace scarf) took Italian mosaic masters Fantini, a meticulous two years to complete- just one example of the hotel’s level of craftsmanship as well as its different approach to branding, where everything, right down to the apples in the gym, bears the company’s hallmark.
Everything from the furniture to the fabrics has been tailor-made by the House of Versace.
Signature palatial hues blanket furnishings that are embellished with intricate Versace motifs and particularly designed prints that pay tribute to the area with falcons, Arabian horses, and peacocks.
There is a choice of eight restaurants, including a jazz bar headed by legendary musician Quincy Jones.
A colourful kid’s club – decorated in signature Versace prints – is just one of the thoughtful facilities guaranteeing guests will never have to leave.
Another majestic success for one of the biggest fashion brands in the world.
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