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A new resort with an uplifting design using lots of natural light - there's seven restaurant/bar areas, a huge pool (and kids' pool too), swish guest rooms and a luxury spa, where guided yoga and meditation are offered in addition to signature treatments.

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There are numerous restaurants and shops nearby, and a large private beach ensures you rarely need to venture far.

The hotel is on the eastern side of Dubai's artifical island, The Palm.

By plane: flights from London and Manchester to Dubai take 7 hours, after which, it's an hour's drive to the hotel. Free on-site parking available. Book flights to Dubai.

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The hotel is spacious and light, with an under the sea theme. There are a lot of shades of blue and green, with sea motifs and even a couple of living walls. The large lobby is grand, leading on to the bar and lounge area - it features an 11,000-piece chandelier, representing the movement of the waves.


The facilities are extensive, with a choice of seven restaurants and bars, a huge pool, 24-hour gym, luxury spa, kids' club and teens' games room, private beach and even multi-sport courts. As you'd expect, the service is exemplary.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Games room
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


All rooms (even entry-level) have a sofa and terrace, with a marble bathroom, and most offer a sea view. Characterful touches include wood panelling and linen fabric panels.

Room types: Luxury Room, Exotica Room, Luxury Suite, Grand Luxury Suite, Exotica Suite, Presidential Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, hairdyer, pillow menu, tea and coffee-making facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There are seven bars and restaurants, with cuisines ranging from Indian fine dining and Middle Eastern to English gastropub and Mediterranean. The Safeda Gosht Lamb Biriani in Varq is suitably succulent.

Varq: modern Indian dining. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Roaring Rabbit: English pub food. Open daily, 12pm-12am.

Emperor Lounge: drinks and light meals. Open daily, 8am-10pm.

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