Dubai indeed is an epitome of excess, where too much is never enough, and where the brand new five-star Palazzo Versace hotel fits right in.
Tucked away on The Creek, this opulent 16th-century Italian palace boasts 215 swanky suites and rooms, a bar designed by Quincy Jones and exclusive fabrics from the international fashion house.
Billed as ‘the most luxurious hotel in the Middle East, Palazzo Versace Dubai features the subtle traces of Arabian architecture and vaulted ceilings hand-detailed in gold, combined with the finest mosaics and tiles imaginable. Palazzo Versace’s interiors are a physical representation of the brand’s glorious lifestyle.
Versace’s artistic director, Donatella, designed the interiors and furniture for each of the 215 rooms and 169 condominiums, ranging from one to six bedrooms.
There are two room categories: Deluxe and Premiere; and five suite categories: Executive, Grand Executive, Grand, Signature and Imperial.
The lobby has a 1,000sqm marble mosaic floor, bespoke furniture and textiles decorated with peacocks, falcons and horses.
It is Versace’s second high-end hotel, the first one was built back in 2000 on the Gold Coast in Australia, and the next will be in Macau, China.
“Since the very beginning Versace encompassed many product categories to convey the uniqueness and iconic style of the brand. The fine and luxurious designs by Versace will be present in every detail of the living environment, and luxury will become a lifestyle” – said Gian Giacomo Ferraris, CEO of Versace.