The hotel features 749 spacious, contemporary guest rooms, suites, and apartments with signature Luxury Collection beds, large windows with spectacular views of the Marina, complimentary WiFi, DVD and CD players, plasma TV's and on-call butler service.
Luxurious and contemporary with king-size bed or twin beds, bath room with shower and separate bathtub, comfortable furnishings. Balcony overlooking the impressive Dubai Marina. Butler on call service.
Upgrade to the larger Superior Deluxe Room with additional walk-in wardrobe and seating area,
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child in a cot (under 2 years)
Deluxe Suites feature all of the amenities of a Deluxe Room in addition to a separate spacious lounge area, kitchenette, dining table and additional guest washroom.
Complimentary airport transfers are available upon request.
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child (in a cot) under 2 years
1 - 3 Bedroom Apartment Suites
Offering the same high standards as the hotel rooms these serviced apartments have 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, fitted kitchens, separate living/dining room, TV's in master bedroom and living room, balconies and daily maid service.
55m2 - 175m2
1 bed apt sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child, 2 bed apt up to 3 adults and 1 child, 3 bed apt up to 3 adults and 2 children
The Grosvenor has some excellent restaurants and almost all welcome children, including a special children's menu.
The world famous Buddha Bar fuses décor, food, and music to create a relaxed ambiance. A Vietnamese lounge, sushi bar, and Japanese private rooms set the tone.
Michelin Star winner and chef Patron Vineet Bhatia brings modern Indian cuisine into Indego's contemporary setting and adds his own special ingredient - passion.
Rich and mystical, Ottomans is steeped in Ottoman tradition. A multi-flavoured journey, mixing the influences of the old Turkish tradition with the rich flavours of the Mediterranean Sea.
Following a recent update in company babysitting regulations, please be advised that Grosvenor House will only be able to provide babysitting to children aged three and above.
Please be informed that the charges for the baby sitting are 50.00 AED (minimum of 3 hours) before midnight and 60.00 AED (minimum of 3 hours) after midnight. Only our trained staff of Grosvenor House Dubai can look after children once they've also completed First Aid Training.
Minimum 24 hours notice required and they are only allowed to be in the hotel premises (Royal Meridien & Grosvenor House).
Children aged 4-12 years old can use the Pengion Village at Royal Meridien Free shuttles run throughout the day
Right by the amazing Dubai Marina with luxury yachts, fishing boats, and leisure craft whilst the Dubai International Marine Club is the prime water sports destination in the region. The Club is home to the world-famous Victory Powerboating Team and plays host to international maritime events including the UIM championships, Laser and Hobie-cat sailing, and kite-surfing challenges.
Shopping is on your doorstep and from the sister hotel Le Meridien Resort and Spa you can access all the normal resort hotel facilties.
World-class golf courses are close to the hotel, or perhaps watch the camel racing - Dubai really has something for everyone!
What will the weather be like...
Plan carefully when you go to Dubai as temperatures go soaring in summer and from May to September the heat can get unbearable. You can expect a daily average of 34 degrees in May to 39 in July and August with the night time never dipping below 20 degrees Celcius. That said the hotels can still be busy so as long as you are prepared everything will be open!
Easter and October are popular times to go - it will be hot - low 30's during the day with plenty of sunshine and almost certainly no rainfall.
Our winter is when it really comes into its own and from November to March the weather is pleasant and the city comes to life. Temperatures are usually mid 20's (hotter in November and March) with pleasant evenings. It is possible that there can be a couple of cooler days with some rainfall in any of these months (mostly in January) or unseasonally hot days.