I have a something to tell you, I am the luckiest girl alive! No joke, I had the chance to stay at the Palazzo Versace Dubai and the experience was a dream come true.

I am a huge fan of everything Versace and staying in an all Versace printed hotel was such a good experience.


The Palazzo Versace is located in Jaddaf Waterfront in the Dubai Creek, only 15 minutes away from the airport and 8 minutes from Dubai mall.

When I arrived I was amazed by the striking Pietra Di Fiuema design of the iconic Medusa and greek decor.

This Palazzo is just the most impressive hotel I ever been to it is a a luxury retreat for travellers like me but it is also great for business people as the Palazzo also has the coolest business lounge!


All the furniture in the hotel is, but of course, designed exclusively by the House of Versace for the property. As for Arabic nuances, images of falcons and peacocks are aesthetically woven into the design and decor of Palazzo Versace Dubai.




The hotel has three swimming pools and I have tested them all, of course, the service was just impeccable and the atmosphere so quiet. I really fell in love with that place.




The view from the breakfast place, priceless!
  

The walls are elegantly decorated with framed sketches of Versace, some of the brand’s iconic designs put up for fans and others to admire.



Palazzo Versace offers 150 rooms and 65 suites, each of them reflect the true essence of the Versace brand. 
The suites and rooms are furnished with the Versace Home Collection that features uplifting colours or blue, salmon, gold and turquoise.




If you’re a fan of the “Medusa Madness” style of Versace Home Collection you’ll be in absolute heaven as you revel in your inner Donatella. 




Wanted to take it back home but they said no ...


Our room was way down the hallway on the fourth floor … which was a purple catwalk in velvet.





Options are good, which is handy as there is nothing else close to the hotel. The Giardino all-day restaurant does an extensive buffet breakfast and lunch, and a lobster and oyster brunch on Fridays. Italian fine-dining restaurant Vanitas is the place to head at lunch while, for dinner, Enigma hosts rolling three-month stays for visiting Michelin-starred chefs.



Bye Palazzo Versace, thank you so much for having me!

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