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The hotel has been developed by Dubai-based firm Emaar Properties. It houses a total of 95 rooms and suites with Armani Deluxe rooms spanning a maximum of 45 square metres, and Armani Signature and Armani Presidential suites covering an area between 170 to 200 square metres.

The rooms encompass two floors and are connected via a staircase. All the rooms feature a small vestibule, and several amenities such as cupboards concealed in walls, and minibars. The furnishings adorning the facility are from Armani/Casa collection and sport a host of finishes, in keeping with the historicity of the piazza including elegant fabric-clad linear sofas and backlit bed heads in wood.

All the wetrooms of the hotel have been equipped with a one-way glass shower enclosure. The floors and walls of the bathroom don an Asian limestone finish named Silk Georgette in shades of creamy brown.

The building’s seventh and eighth storeys feature a glass hat which contain all its public spaces and allow panoramic glimpses of the surrounding landscape. The seventh level accommodates the Armani/Ristorante with a private dining room and a Chef’s Table inside the kitchen. The Armani/Bamboo Lounge is situated on the opposite side. It sports double height ceiling, massive windows, louvered blinds and backlit onyx.

The eighth level of the building spans 1200 square metres and houses a spa imbibing six treatment rooms, and a suite dedicated to couples. Among the other features of this floor are a fully-equipped fitness gym, and a pool with temperature control system. The floor consists of sunscreen walls to repel the bright light.

The hotel comprises a business centre covering an area of more than 200 square metres. The centre features a private conference room as well as a pair of boardrooms. Various amenities like audiovisual equipment, IT resources, conference facilities and remote-based lighting fixtures are installed in the rooms. The area also houses a separate kitchen.

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