The other day Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa gathered up the bloggers for a tour at Kuwait’s newest -and most photogenic- attraction. It’s worthy noting that designers behind the hotel Skidmore, Owings & Merrill are the same architects who designed Al Hamra Tower. The design’s main concept was inspired by the old Arabic word “Messil” which referred to the ground hole in which rain water from small torrents gathered. You can see numerous bodies of water enriching the place. And that pool area is just a piece of art.
Enjoy the gallery!
The fountain at the main entrance.
The room we waited in while everybody arrived. And that room’s magnificent view overlooking the whole outdoor area (below).
The royal suite.
The Reef hall, my favorite room in all of the hotel, from above. 3-stories high.
The presidential suite
Going down to the Reef hall.
And tadaaa! Isn’t this beautiful? Walls, floors, and ceiling all covered in mosaic. So lively.
some of the conference rooms
The main wedding hall. Biggest in Kuwait.
The corridor leading to the bridal suite overlooks the wedding hall. So the bride wouldn’t miss any moments of her wedding before she enters the hall. She can watch her guests without being visible.
Loved that the bridal suite comes equipped with 2 salons.
Back downstairs at the main lobby
Tea lounge. Should try this out soon.
Arabesque. The Arabic restaurant. Serves shisha too.
The Garden Cafe. Has a nice outdoor seating area.
And the best part.. The pool area..
Another cafe on the beach.
All the 12 villas were fully booked so we couldn’t have a look inside.
They’re on Instagram by the way. Follow them @JumeirahMessilahBeach