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A luxury home sweet home

The "extended stay" hotel business is booming. And the crème de la crème of long-stay hotel accommodations has just welcomed a new player: Jumeirah Living. The Middle Eastern group has logically chosen its fatherland Dubai to host the first address in a long series of luxury residences that will be established worldwide. The hotel group inaugurated at the beginning of the summer, the World Trade Centre Residence, has two glass towers 40 floors high at the historic center of Dubai and close to the Dubai World Trade Centre and Dubai Convention Centre. The 377 two- to five-room apartments, the biggest are duplexes, have kitchenettes, bathrooms with Jacuzzis, bedrooms with interactive television. These "Home Sweet Home" residences will be appropriate for businessmen on short-term missions and expatriated families in transit alike. And of course, this long-stay concept benefits from the quality of Jumeirah’s hotel service. The “Lifestyle Concierge” crew is in charge of everything to make life easier for its clients: filling the refrigerator, creating flower arrangements, outfitting the apartment prior to arrival in addition to the usual functions of the hotel’s concierge. The World Trade Centre Residence also accommodates businesses and has two meeting rooms. For relaxation, the first Jumeirah Living property has a Club for sipping cocktails with friends around a barbecue, in addition to a fitness room and a 25- meter swimming pool on the roof.

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