Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts launches new brand identity

New visual identity a cross of traditional calligraphy with modern aesthetics
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Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts launches new brand identity
Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts launches new brand identity

Jumeirah says that this move as a part of its accelerated growth strategy

Dubai’s homegrown luxury hospitality brand Jumeirah says it has adopted a new brand identity, soon to be revealed, in alignment with its evolving growth strategy.
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Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts, the Emirati state-owned luxury hotel chain, has launched a new brand identity in keeping with its growth strategy to double the size of the portfolio by 2030.

In a press statement, Jumeirah says that the new visual identity is the first stage in towards its brand evolution “to inspire a new perspective of luxury for discerning travellers.”

Jumeirah says that this move as a part of its accelerated growth strategy, it has recently announced new properties including Jumeirah Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab in the United Arab Emirates and Jumeirah Le Richemond Geneva in Switzerland.

Jumeirah’s renewed vision and investment strategy will also see a focus on boutique style properties featuring up to 150 keys, prioritising suite category rooms and villas and residences, says the press statement.

It adds that the luxury hospitality brand is actively targetting owner and operator opportunities in gateway cities and resort destinations in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia.

Thomas Meier

Thomas Meier

“Twenty-five years ago, we opened the iconic Jumeirah Burj Al Arab with ambitions to redefine luxury hospitality and over the years we have built an exceptional portfolio of properties across three continents. Today we look to the future of our brand and business with the same pioneering spirit and a robust strategy that will enable the next stage of sustainable growth for Jumeirah,” says Thomas Meier, Chief Operating Officer and Interim Chief Executive Officer at Jumeirah.

“Refining our visual identity and enhancing our guest experience is the first step on a journey of regional and international expansion, that will captivate the most discerning of traveller. We have strong foundations to build from and an exceptionally talented team that I am confident will see Jumeirah reaffirm its reputation as a leader in luxury hospitality,” adds Meier.

Micheal Grieve

Micheal Grieve

The statement adds that to celebrate this pivotal moment, Jumeirah Burj Al Arab sail will light up this week with a projection that tells Jumeirah’s origin story while looking ahead to its next chapter.

According to the statement, the illumination will conclude with a reveal of the re-designed Jumeirah signature and reimagined symbol, which blends traditional calligraphy inspired by the brand’s heritage with a contemporary aesthetic to symbolise its future ambitions.

“Jumeirah’s brand story is born from a rich heritage of hospitality, originating from a time when travellers to the region were offered shelter and the opportunity to share ideas, knowledge, and wisdom. That spirit of warm and generous hospitality and strong sense of community shapes what the Jumeirah brand is today. As we enter our next chapter, we want to continue sharing that legacy while enriching the experience to bring joy to our guests from around the world. By inspiring conversation and connection, we aim to build our reputation as a globally revered and influential hospitality brand,” says Micheal Grieve, Chief Brand Officer for Jumeirah.

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