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Marriott opens Element by Westin Hotel in Dubai

Marriott has unveiled Element by Westin Hotel in Dubai.

Element by Westin, an extended stay brand by Marriott, has unveiled its newest hotel in Dubai, ‘Element by Westin’.

The hotel is located in the Creekside neighbourhood of Al Jaddaf, a part of Dubai’s Cultural Village. Dubai’s Cultural Village is a development featuring waterfront residences, shopping malls and exhibition and cultural centres.


Element by Westin consists of 269 studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. The apartments’ design is inspired by nature. For example, Furnishings are in light natural tones with hints of greenery.

1 bedroom apartments can accommodate up to 4 guests and include separate living and sleeping areas, fully equipped kitchenette, convertible sofa bed and a large working area whereas 2 bedroom apartments can accommodate up to 6 people which includes a kitchenette, dining and living areas along with 2 bathrooms.

All apartments feature a signature heavenly bed, a spa inspired bathroom along with oversized wardrobes and a fully equipped kitchenette.


Customers will receive a complimentary healthy-rise breakfast. The property’s all-day-dining restaurant, Café 26 serves lunch and dinner. The hotel does not serve alcohol but provides a selection of smoothies, juices, teas and coffees to its guests.


Facilities include a business centre with 3 meeting rooms, a 24/7 fitness centre which feature Cardiovascular Equipment, free weights among other equipments and a rooftop outdoor heated pool offering views of Dubai’s skyline. The hotel also offers complimentary shuttle services to Dubai Mall, Festival City, La Mer Beach and Al Jaddaf Metro station.

“Element is a recognized industry leader in the longer-stay eco space and is designed to empower guests to stay in their element while travelling. Element Al Jaddaf marks the opening of the second Element in the UAE and we are delighted to further amplify the brand’s eco-ethos and fresh approach to the extended stay segment in the country.”, said Guido de Wilde, Chief Operating Officer, Middle East, Marriott.

“I am extremely proud to welcome the first guests to Element Al Jaddaf. There is notable interest in fully serviced hotel apartments, from longer staying guests, families seeking a flexible hotel product and business travellers. The team and I are looking forward to delivering the Element experience.”, commented Richard Bleakley, Mukti-Property General Manager, Marriott.

Element by Westin already operates a hotel in Dubai Production City and will also open a hotel in Al Mina in August 2021.

All photos by Marriott Hotels.

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