Dubai’s latest five-star hotel has arrived and has brought with it six new F&B venues to be enjoyed
Stella Di Mare Hotel at Dubai Marina is the first of the group’s projects in the UAE and brings a new dining hub to the south edge of the Marina.
The six F&B venues located in Stella Di Mare, which means ‘the star of the sea’ in Italian, are:
Triton, aptly named after the Greek God and meaning ‘messenger of the sea’ is a fine-dining, Mediterranean-style fusion restaurant. The first floor venue offers an exclusive VIP entrance as well as a private dining area.
Leonardo, named after the iconic Italian polymath, Leonardo Da Vinci, is an authentic Italian restaurant with inventive twists. The décor features life-size models of some of Da Vinci’s most famous inventions, has a standalone bar area and its own entrance on the first floor.
La Fontana, meaning ‘fountain’ in Italian, is an all-day dining venue offering an international buffet. It also features an authentic stone pizza oven and overlooks the hotel’s outdoor fountain.
The Orphic Bar, located to the left of the lobby, is a lounge-style restaurant and café with international snacks and fine Italian coffee.
Skyland, one of the few rooftop bars in the Marina, is located on the 31st floor of the hotel. Quirky cocktails and great views of the Dubai skyline makes Skyland the Marina’s new rooftop venue.
Pool-side bar, located on the ground floor next to La Fontana, offers guests the opportunity to enjoy daily refreshments whilst relaxing in the water.
The hotel is just a short walk from JLT and offers 369 rooms with art décor interiors. A 1920s inspired grand ballroom also allows for the hosting of bigger events and wedding receptions.