The hotel opened in 2009 and has been very well maintained since its opening. With its 200 rooms, the hotel actually looks a lot bigger than it actually is. Inside, the enormous open-plan lobby gives the hotel a shopping centre aspect, which continues throughout the hotel. The main restaurant is on the ground floor to the right of the entrance. The lobby bar is straight ahead when you come through the entrance. In terms of facilities, the hotel has it all: spa (book in advance especially at weekends), gym (open 24 hours and free for guest use) and four restaurants. The main restaurant is Mazina, on the ground floor. The spa includes steam and sauna rooms, but guests can only use these if they are having a treatment. All three meals are served in a buffet style. Shades is the poolside restaurant, open throughout the day until 6:00pm. Blends, you'll find on the wellbeing mezzanine floor, is more of a bar and cigar lounge open in the evenings until late. Last but not least is Kambaa, the hotel lobby lounge, which serves drinks and snacks throughout the day until 5:00pm. The highlight of the hotel however, is its freeform infinity-edged roof-top swimming pool, which is one of the biggest pools in the city. At night, the area really comes alive with a shisha lounge (until midnight) and bar. Mostly quiet, you won't find that you will be disturbed by huge crowds up here, despite the size of the pool. On the 4th floor is the business centre, which is also where you will find the club room category.
Otherwise the hotel is extremely stylish and if you like your bling, this is a good choice. There is a good portion of business clientele but since the hotel's opening, it has been welcoming a larger fraction of leisure guests.