Leona Lewis Performs at the “World’s Tallest Hotel”

The JW Marriott luxury brand celebrated Tuesday with Leona Lewis the newly opened landmark hotel in the Middle East and second Marquis worldwide – the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai.

Featuring an exclusive performance by British singer / songwriter and recording star, Leona Lewis, the “World’s Tallest Hotel” hosted more than 1,200 VIP guests, including international design icon Donna Karan, local singing sensation Salha and the Million Dollar Band, and Dubai television personality DJ Bliss.

Party guests were greeted by fire dancers and stilt walkers and escorted into the hotel on a stunning signature JW Marriott black carpet.

Celebrities, local dignitaries and business leaders dined on international fare from six of the hotel’s signature restaurants – Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar, Izakaya, Tong Thai, Prime 68 La Farina and the Arabic Restaurant – while enjoying premium beverages from Dubai’s newest night spot, Vault.

Virgin Radio’s Simon Heng and television presenter Diala Makki were the emcee’s during the evening, guiding guests through a series of live performances by some of the world’s most exciting artists.

In just five minutes, world-renowned live artist Jean Pierre Blanchard astonished guests by transforming a blank canvas into a stunning image of surprise headline act Leona Lewis. Guests were then treated to an electrifying live performance of Lewis’ hit song Bleeding Love as well as tracks from her new album, Glassheart.

JW Marriott is part of Marriott International’s luxury portfolio and consists of properties in gateway cities and distinctive resort locations around the world.

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