Welcome to Rose Rayhaan by Rotana - One of the World's Tallest Hotel
Setting a benchmark for style, comfort and luxury, the 72-storey building was certified as the World’s tallest hotel from 2009 until 2012. Soaring 333 meters, Rose Rayhaan by Rotana is ideally located on Sheikh Zayed Road, just 5 minutes away from the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and few steps away from the Financial Centre metro station. The hotel is close to the world’s 2nd largest shopping mall ‘The Dubai Mall’ and a 15-minute drive from Dubai International Airport.
The hotel offers 462 luxurious roomsand suites with panoramic views of Dubai overlooking Burj Khalifa.
This landmark of Arabian hospitality is home to three Food & Beverage outlets, each with its own distinct sense and place. With a capacity of 108 guests, Petals restaurant is an abode for casual yet stylish all day dining offers, mesmerizing high-quality food which caters to the excellent variety of dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The conference area located on two floors, features 7 meeting rooms, all equipped with the modern audio-visual facilities, wire-free connections and facets.
The hotel’s recreation area, Bodylines Fitness & Wellness Club provides a fully-equipped gymnasium, outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool for adults and children, a newly built aerobics room, treatment rooms for massage and skin care as well as a separate sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.
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How everything started
Known as the Pearl of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai is strategically located on a 10 kilometre long creek. It began its remarkable transformation from a fishing settlement when it was taken over in 1830 by the current rulers of Dubai, the Maktoum family. The 19th century and early 20th century saw Dubai build itself as a commercial and business centre with a thriving pearling and trade industry. The discovery of oil in the 1960’s led to a boom and the emirate used its resources to diversify into a wide scope of industries and economic sectors with some bold initiatives such as the offshore Jebel Ali Free Zone.
The largest shopping center in the world, Dubai Mall, is just under 1.5 km from the hotel. While Dubai Exhibition Centre, the Mall of the Emirates and the Burjuman Shopping Mall are also within a 10 minute drive from the property. Trade Center 2 is a great choice for travelers interested in business, luxury-brand shopping and food.
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At Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, your comfort comes first
3 Food & Beverage venues
Fully equipped gymnasium
Outdoor pool for both children and adults
Sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, massage rooms
Wireless Internet connection in all guest rooms and public areas
Laundry & dry cleaning facilities
Doctor on call
Babysitting services upon request
Car & limousine rental service
Shuttle bus service to DIFC (Dubai International Financial Centre), major shopping malls and Jumeirah public beach
At Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, your special needs are accommodated
General Hotel Features
Valet parking provided
Service animals are permitted
Accessible route from hotel front entrance to accessible guest rooms
Club Rotana lounge
Accessible Room Features
Wheelchair accessible doors
Lowered peepholes on guest room doors
Lowered access to room amenities and mini bar items
Audible emergency alarm
Roll-in shower and foldable chair in the shower
Colleagues proficient in sign language to assist guests with special needs
Lost & Found Policy
The hotel has a lost & found section which is part of our Housekeeping Department.
In line with local regulations, non-valuable lost and found items will be stored for a period of three months and after which, the items will be discarded.
Valuable items are handed over to the local police authorities after a period of 14 days.