Located at the Trade Centre in Dubai, 25Hours One Central is an unconventional blend of contemporary aesthetics and impeccable service. This vibrant, yet relaxing hotel offers its guests the Bedouin experience with a subtle touch of modernism.
The hotel flaunts 434 rooms and suites in addition to flexible event and a co-working spaces, along with a total of five distinct restaurants and bars that take guests on a gastronomical voyage around the world; starting from Northern India, to the beer gardens of Bavaria, where the city wayfarers cross paths with the wild flowers. The eclectic space also features elegant interiors with a dramatic ceiling artwork in the lobby inspired by the night sky constellation, and illustrates a humorous and light-hearted point of view of the world.
This vibrant venue boasts bespoke suites for every mood, such as the Bedouin room if you’re in the mood for some playful elements, the glamping room which is perfect for special occasions and cozy celebrations, the farmstay and the artist village suite for those looking for a spacious haven to relax in, and lastly, the hakawati suite, which is the biggest bedroom in the hotel featuring a triple king sized bed with picturesque views of The Museum of The Future, along with a double bathtub, dance floor and a private bar.
For all the foodies out there, the venue also has a hand-picked selection of culinary spots such as the Tandoor Tina, Ernst and Monkey Bar, among others. Replete with a rooftop pool, gym, hair salon and an in-house spa, 25Hours One Central is the ideal place for a relaxing getaway, or even for a staycation while you work on a special project. After all, the quirky space is brimming with quaint corners, be it the circular library that sits in the middle of its lobby, its colorful coffee shop, or even the outdoor seating area where one can often spot creatives ideating and working on new projects.
But if you thought that’s all 25Hours One Central has to offer, you couldn’t be more wrong. Along with rooms and restaurants, the hotel also features an intimate space dedicated to the ‘Analogue Experience’, which is reminiscent of the 90s and takes its visitors on a journey through time, back to those days when the bright flash of a Polaroid camera and the smell of freshly-typed letters were all the rage. Who wouldn’t want to check that out?