This dry land edifice features a relaxed ambiance however continues to be among simple reach of the town, with palm-shaded pools and views of metropolis Marina’s skyscrapers within the distance.
It’s nice for families and couples alike, and facilities embody a wonderful spa, adults-only pool and wonderful kids’ club.
On the trunk of the man-made Palm Jumeirah. It is 10 minutes in a taxi to Dubai Marina and 15 minutes to the beach at JBR (it can take twice as long from hotels on the far reaches of The Palm’s crescent). There’s a free shuttle bus to The Dubai Mall and Mall of the Emirates. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine.
Mashrabiya woodwork, brass lanterns and grand arches produce a recent Arabian look.
The ninth-floor club lounge is one of the most appealing in the city, with warm colors and panoramic views, while the gardens have subtle water features and cocoon-like lounges. Service is friendly and obliging.
There square measure four pools Associate in Nursing an 800-meter non-public beach with volleyball nets, table game, powerboat rides, and watersports.
The glass-fronted gym offers classes such as Pilates and Aquaspin for an extra UAE Dirham 50 (£10), while the Willow Stream spa – with its signature hammam treatment, skilled therapists and organic Shiffa Dubai products – is not to be missed. Foodies will go gaga for the Chef’s Palette, a cooking studio kitted out with Gaggenau appliances that offer a range of masterclasses. It’s seriously impressive.
The five-room categories (including club) are similar in size and décor, with mashrabiyaheadboards, cream-tile floors and earthy tones with cool ocean accents. Marble bathrooms have a rain shower, separate tub, and Fairmont’s signature Le Labo amenities, while spacious balconies offer either ocean or leafy neighborhood views (even the partial sea view is pretty good).
Club rooms come with lounge access, butler service and a smartphone to use during your stay with free local and international calls to five countries including the UK, unlimited 4G data, city guide, and maps. All suites have glorious sea and marina views and are generous in size, especially the corner suites.
There are three restaurants (including Seagrill on 25° by the beach, which was closed for summer during my stay), two cafés, a pool bar, and a cigar lounge specializing in malt whiskeys. Lively Brazilian churrascaria Frevo offers different cuts of barbequed meat, carved at the table, and is a safe choice for carnivores.
Flow Kitchen, the pleasant all-day dining restaurant, has a superb buffet breakfast with both healthy (fresh juices; gluten-free bread) and indulgent (thick French toast; delicious pastries) dishes. Pork is served, too.
Yes. Interconnecting rooms; free cots; children’s pool; healthy children’s menus; plus under-sixes eat free at Flow Kitchen, and six to 12 year-olds get a 50 percent discount. The kids’ club has a splash park, climbing wall, and indoor and outdoor activities for different age groups (18 months to three years; seven to 11 years; and 12-15 years). Babysitting can also be arranged.