Granted it's not completely finished, but the internet is for opining on stuff, so I'll exercise my option.
I hate this thing. For me, DisneySea existed as a perfect park with respect to its exterior thematics, but I think this is its first major blunder/reduction in quality. Arabian Coast is clearly (and neatly) bifurcated into two segments: the palace area where things are pristine and the 'desert harbor' outskirts area where things are more dilapidated.
I had reservations from the moment I saw the concept art: "they wouldn't really be putting this pristine, royal garden-like structure in the 'run-down' section of Arabian Coast." It flies in the face of everything the Arabian Coast design team achieved:
The actual structure looks even more out of place (with plastic-looking onion domes and bright red & white tile) juxtaposed with the Sinbad fortress:
Simply copying the ill-placed WDW version would have been vastly better (and cheaper) thematics-wise... at least parts of that ride would have maintained the run-down look of the fortress:
Hoping against hope that when opened, something is done to make this new Jasmine area work within its context, but I can't see that happening. It's almost like WDI had no input and OLC farmed this project out to a low-level Zamperla clerk.
A crying shame.