Dubai Hotel Spotlight no:6 - Four Seasons
Until recent years Dubai was a blank spot on the map of Four Seasons hotels around the world. But now the city has two, a Mediterranean beachfront property on the Jumeirah side of the newly opened Dubai Canal, and a boutique hotel in the Dubai International Financial Centre.
Although the DIFC is the obvious place to stay for intensive work in that district, the opulent beach resort would be the better choice for a visiting chief executive with an eye to entertaining and impressing local contacts. Conveniently those lodged at the DIFC hotel can use the other’s beach, some 10-15 minutes away depending on the traffic.
For the high-end executive traveller, options are aplenty. The Imperial Suite exudes the true style of a modern leader with an all-white interior and suitable artworks, huge curved Samsung TV, a separate rooftop gym at one end and a huge marble bathroom with Arabian Gulf views at the other.
The more traditional Royal Suite has the Versailles touch with three enormous chandeliers in a massive reception room and arguably better sea views from the middle of the property.http://www.thenational.ae/business/the-life/executive-travel-dubais-four-seasons-hotels-offer-contrasting-styles#1