Jumeirah Lake Towers - Hotels

Hotels

There are currently two operating hotels at Jumeirah Lake Towers, the first being the Bonnington Jumeirah Lakes Towers and the second being the Oaks Liwa Heights. In 2012 the Movenpick Jumeirah Lakes Towers and Pullman Jumeirah Lakes Towers will open their doors to the JLT community, bringing the number of hotels in JLT to four.

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