DUBAI: With news breaking this week that Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli is to move into interior design and open a hotel in Dubai, we take a look at the Middle East’s luxurious fashion hotspots.
Cavalli signed a partnership agreement with DAMAC Properties under which it will provide the interior design for a set of luxury hotels, with the first building to be completed in Dubai by 2023.
Armani opened its first hotel in the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010. The carefully curated space stays true to the fashion house’s aesthetic, right down to the smallest details.
Bulgari Resort and Residences
Exuding luxury, the Italian jeweller’s hotel opened earlier this year. With its own bay island, the manmade Jumeirah Bay, it is one of Dubai’s glitziest spots — a tough title to gain in the city of gold.
Opened in 2016, the Palazzo Versace is an opulent and luxurious hotel located in the Dubai Creek area. Every detail of the hotel stays true to the over-the-top style of the Italian brand.
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Previously known as the Missoni Kuwait hotel, the Symphony Style hotel was rebranded in 2014 but kept all the Italian fashion house’s interior design elements.
XVA Art Hotel
Although it is not a designer hotel, Dubai’s XVA Art Hotel is a boutique inn that has nine rooms, each curated by a local artist or designer.