THE SYMBOLISM OF POLYNESIA
Throughout Polynesia, a respect for nature and a love of organic forms have been creatively woven into striking, traditional symbols for decades. These symbols all have specific meanings and designations, especially for the Maori populations of New Zealand.
PRESENT, CONVERSE AND COLLABORATE IN STYLE
Magnifique hotel would not be complete without Magnifique corporate facilities to match – so important for high-profile meetings, seminars and conferences. The high-quality amenities at Sofitel Dubai The Palm have been carefully designed and formulated with business people in mind; with the knowledge that practical resources are just as important as a welcoming ambiance. With a choice of five meeting rooms up to 950m2, the hotel has a location to suit every corporate occasion; from major board meetings and conferences to sophisticated product launches. A podium, comfortable seating, overhead projectors, video equipment and breakout rooms are just some of the features offered in each and every meeting and conference space.
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MOANA - THE TASTE OF THE OCEAN
The glittering Arabian Gulf is home to delicious Fruits de Mer – the fruits of the sea. Fresh from the sea and straight to your plate, you can enjoy the wealth of the oceans at Moana Restaurant, Sofitel Dubai The Palm’s signature seafood and fish restaurant. Moana’s exquisite menu features only the most delicious ocean fare sourced from sustainable stocks. Head to the restaurant’s unique Raw Bar for the finest, freshest selection of sushi, sashimi and ceviche; and relax with your choice on the open-air terrace surrounded by relaxing water features.
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GAUGUIN AND MACKINTOSH SEEKING SOLACE
In 1891, Paul Gauguin left Europe behind for French Polynesia, to escape “everything that is artificial and conventional.” Seek your own solace amongst the Impressionist’s work at the oasis of art that is Manava – the all-day restaurant at Sofitel Dubai The Palm, offering a unique selection of international cuisine. Meaning “welcome” in Tahitian, Manava boasts a dedicated room for Gauguin’s masterpieces – carved into its very structure – and a second room dedicated to Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Surround yourself with Art Nouveau at this oasis of art, and indulge in its sumptuous buffet surrounded by masterpieces, to the sound of gently flowing water.
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