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The Al Seef Heritage Hotel opened in 2018 and is inspired by a traditional Arab village.
The rooms are spread over 22 houses distributed in the spacious complex, parallel to the Creek.
Authenticity, Arab hospitality, and a family atmosphere are the hallmarks of the Al Seef Heritage Hotel.
The 190 rooms are furnished to a high standard, most of the wooden furniture is handmade.
The bathrooms have walk-in showers.
The classic Arabic design without bells and whistles promises an alternative to Dubai's standard luxury hotels.
In just a few minutes, hotel guests can walk to several restaurants and bars on the spacious promenade.
Many natural materials were used to furnish the rooms.
Saba'a, the hotel restaurant, serves Arabic dishes with international influences.
The hotel's design is reminiscent of the classic construction method with wood and clay or limestone.
The hotel grounds are a great playground for the youngest guests.
Design Hotel in the historic district of Dubai
A blend of traditional Arabic design and modern comfort
Discover museums, art galleries and historic Dubai in Al Fahidi
Numerous souks, authentic restaurants, and bars in the vicinity
Free use of pool and fitness studio at the sister hotel, the Zabeel House Mini
Dubai, the city of superlatives on the Persian Gulf, has been setting new standards for the luxury hotel industry for years.
However, in September 2018, a new hotel arrived to defy the city's trendsetting ways.
Meet the Al Seef Heritage Hotel, where the motto is "Discover Yesterday, Today." Inspired by Dubai's rich history, this hotel is an invitation to the past.
Located on Dubai Creek's southern banks, directly on the approx. 2 km long promenade, the construction evokes the architecture of a historic fort.
Dubai Creek's newly built waterfront is not far from the Al Fahidi Historical District.
The Khor Dubai, best known as Dubai Creek, plays a central role in Dubai's development. The first fishermen and pearl divers settled on the north and south banks of the Creek, laying the foundation for the bustling metropolis that exists today.
Set in the city’s historical district, the waterfront and its numerous authentic restaurants, souks and dhow jetties were concluded in 2018.
The Al Fahidi Historical District is only a few minutes' walk away. Visit the museums, the Al Fahidi Fort, and the most famous souks of Dubai.
Dubai Airport and Downtown Dubai are only 15 minutes away from the hotel.
The Al Seef Heritage Hotel opened in 2018. The style and architecture are reminiscent of an old Arab village. All of its buildings were built in typical Arabic style, which makes this new construction look like it is centuries-old.
The hotel restaurant, Saba'a, serves typical Arabic and international cuisine for breakfast and dinner.
Take free shuttle buses to the sister hotel, the Zabeel House Mini, where you can use the pool and gym free of charge!
The hotel's 190 rooms are spread over 22 traditionally designed Arab Bayts.
All rooms are furnished in classic Arabic style with high-quality wood and other natural materials. Most of the wood furniture is handmade.
The entire facility is almost plastic-free and offers eco-friendly products from local producers.
Deluxe Souk View Room - approx. 25 m², the simple yet comfortably furnished rooms have their own bathroom, air conditioning, walk-in shower and view of the adjacent souk.
Maximum of 2 adults.
Deluxe Creek View Room - 25 m², same equipment as Deluxe Souk View Rooms, but with a view of Dubai Creek.
Maximum of 2 adults.
Go for a refreshing swim or maintain your workout schedule at the sister hotel, Zabeel House Mini, where you can use the pool and the fitness studio free of charge! Free shuttle transfers are also offered.
Closest city: Dubai
Closest airport: Dubai International Airport
Number of rooms: 190
Visual and acoustic impairments are to be expected until Dubai is fully completed and developed.
Please note that the less busy summer months are particularly used for repairs and maintenance measures in the hotel. During this time, optical and acoustic restrictions are to be expected.
During Ramadan, the month of fasting, restrictions are also to be expected in gastronomic operations and in the other services offered by the hotel.