Boasting one of the most premiere location in the city of Dubai, Vida Downtown is more than just a hotel, it’s an all-inclusive ultra-luxurious contemporary Dubai experience. The hotel organically blends into the scene of Downtown Dubai which encircles the Burj Khalifa, yet stands astute on it’s own as a modern haven in midst of one of the most modern locales in the whole world.

Vida Downtown should be your home away from home when you decide to take a staycation; here’s why:

  1. Prime location; experience Dubai as a tourist: Be it taking the Emaar Trolley around Downtown, X-lining across the Dubai Mall fountains or lounge hopping in Downtown’s exclusive hotspots, Vida Downtown is centre to all of Dubai’s most happening locations and activities.
  2. Knowledgeable and keen staff always knows what to recommend, whether you’re staying with family, friends or your S.O.: From the moment you check in, to the time to check out (which, if you’re lucky, they would extend) the staff of the hotel know what to expect and have a very polite approach to making your experience spectacular.
  3. Drown out your stress at 3in1, be it for a lively Picnic Brunch on Friday afternoons or a relaxed dinner spot on the weekend: On Friday afternoons, 3in1 located on the poolside serves as a must-visit hotspot for guests of the hotel and visitors with their wide array of food and beverages. In the evening, the 3in1 is transformed into an intimate restaurant, fit for a casual dinner with family or a romantic night with a significant other.
  4. The city’s popular hotspots, La Serre and Toko are housed on either ends of the hotel: Perhaps the two-most premiere restaurants in the city, both La Serre and Toko serve was exceptional dining experiences in French and Japanese cuisines.
  5. Family friendly with the entire hotel being non-smoking: If that’s what you’re looking for, you don’t have to look any further.

To check availability, rates and all Vida Downtown Dubai has to offer, visit and book yourself a beyond relaxing experience in this boutique hotel.

By Pavan Premaney