Jumeirah (Arabic: جميرا‎) literally means "beautiful." It is a coastal residential area in Dubai, United Arab Emirates mainly comprising low rise private dwellings. It is administratively divided into three neighborhoods titled "Jumeirah 1," Jumeirah 2" and "Jumeirah 3." It has both expensive and large detached properties as well as more modest town houses built in a variety of architectural styles. The area is popular with expatriates working in the emirate and is familiar to many tourists visiting Dubai.

Jumeirah is an international luxury hotel chain and part of Dubai Holding, which is owned by the Dubai Government. It is named after Jumeirah.

Jumeirah's portfolio includings the Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Emirates Towers, the third-highest hotel in the world. It also manages the Wild Wadi Water Park and runs both The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management and Jumeirah Hospitality.

Whilst the majority of Jumeirah's hotels are based in Dubai, they are expanding aggressively overseas. As at February 2007, it has two properties in England and one in the United States. It also has hotels in development in Bermuda, China, Jordan, Qatar, Thailand and the United Kingdom.

List of Jumeirah Group Properties:

1.United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai
    • Burj Al Arab
    • Jumeirah Beach Hotel
    • Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel
    • Madinat Jumeirah, translates as "Jumeirah City", is a large leisure complex including 3 hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues
    • Al Qasr
    • Dar Al Masyaf
    • Mina A' Salam
    • Jumeirah Beach Club Resort & Spa (currently under renovation)
    • Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
    • Bab Al Shams Desert Resort
    • Wild Wadi
2. United Kingdom
  • London
    • Jumeirah Carlton Tower
    • Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel
3. United States
  • New York City
    • Jumeirah Essex House (Central Park South)

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