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Sanipex Group at the forefront of hotel bathroom design

Hotelier Middle East Staff, April 3rd, 2019

Sanipex Group is well-recognised for its exquisite bathrooms that incorporate the latest design trends and innovative technology. Since its establishment in 1995, the company’s commitment to quality products and professional customer service has made it the leading bathroom and plumbing solutions provider in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Africa.


With a reputation for quality, reliability, and professionalism, the company has bagged several prestigious hotel projects over the years and steadily built a name for itself in the hospitality sector.


From hotels in exotic locations like the Maldives, to glamorous projects like Palazzo Versace, Sanipex Group has been a part of several landmark hospitality projects such as JW Marriott Marquis Dubai that was built as the world’s tallest hotel, Caesars Palace and Caesars Resort on Bluewaters Island Dubai, Waldorf Astoria in Amsterdam, Eden Island Seychelles, Hemingways Boutique Hotel in Nairobi, Hurawalhi Maldives Resort, the historic Taj Falaknuma Palace in India and several others. For more details about these projects, click here.


With several hotels undergoing renovations in UAE, Sanipex Group has undertaken the bathroom refurbishment of some high-profile properties including two icons of Dubai Tourism - Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Atlantis The Palm. The company has also supplied to the newest addition to the Jumeirah Group’s portfolio – Zabeel House The Greens.



Jumeirah Beach Resort Refurbishment


Much-loved Dubai landmark, Jumeirah Beach Hotel underwent a five-month refurbishment in 2018, giving the property a more contemporary ambience while at the same time retaining its family-friendly focus. The rooms and suites were redesigned for a more engaging, comfortable and pampering stay, in line with the award-winning, thoughtful and generous service of Jumeirah Hotel Group.


The ‘reimagined’ Jumeirah Beach Hotel is inspired by its location - the calm Arabian Gulf, the sand and its own iconic sail. The result is a space that is contemporary yet warm, with white, gold and blue accents throughout, sharing a seamless connection with nature.


BAGNODESIGN sanitaryware and partner brand Nicollazi’s brassware in a unique finish were used to maintain the warm look and feel of the rooms that overlook the sea and the imposing Burj Al Arab. BAGNODESIGN’s natural colours and bold lines are a perfect match for the elegance and grandeur of one of Dubai’s best-kept jewels.




Zabeel House by Jumeirah - The Greens

Zabeel House is Jumeirah Group’s new line of design-led hotels, housed in some of Dubai’s most eclectic neighbourhoods focusing on experience and adventure.

Each hotel is designed in a unique way with Zabeel House in The Greens, Dubai, featuring New York-inspired loft style rooms and suites. The hotel boasts 210 guest rooms, two restaurants, terrace dining around the pool area, conference and business facilities, as well as a gym and spa treatment rooms.

BAGNODESIGN’s Matt Black range of brassware was the perfect fit for this upscale, yet casual decor style that was high on design, low on complexity. Several other products including bath tubs were also selected. The smooth lines and streamlined silhouettes of BAGNODESIGN products add a touch of modern sophistication to the overall look and feel in the hotel.

Sanipex Group’s strengths in the hospitality sector come from 24 years of experience in the industry. Using the breadth of the BAGNODESIGN and AQUAZONE product ranges, the company is able to supply appropriate products in the required sizes, finishes and other specifications. Excellent stock management and logistics capabilities enable the company to deliver to projects of any size and scale in a timely manner accompanied by professional customer service.


Atlantis The Palm is currently undergoing renovation of 1500 rooms and suites. BAGNODESIGN is supplying the bathrooms for this project, adding yet another stunning hospitality feather to it’s cap.