Providing an atmosphere of privacy and exclusivity away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet within easy distance of its main attractions, this Thai-style resort and spa is a real urban escape for your luxury Dubai holiday.
The architecture of the resort is inspired by traditional Thai techniques in a distinctly Arabian setting and is within a short distance of many inspiring attractions including the Mall of the Emirates, the Aquaventure Water Park as well as Ski Dubai and Dubai Marina. It is also only a 45 minute drive from Dubai International Airport.
There are many magnificent rooms and villas to choose from including the Lagoon Access Rooms which offer direct access to one of the three lagoons pools and our favourite, the splendour of a Beach Pool Villa with a personal infinity pool. All the resort’s 293 rooms and villas are designed with a notable Asian flair and offer delightful beach side settings.
Dining at the Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa includes numerous opportunities to experience a variety of cuisines at the resort’s four restaurants, including Asian cuisine at the resort’s signature venue Mekong as well as international cuisine at the Crescendo restaurant located by the infinity pool.
Located on the East Crescent of Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, approximately 45 minute transfer from Dubai International Airport
Anantara Dubai the Palm Resort & Spa features 293 rooms and villas, styled with contemporary Asian design with views of the lagoons.
Explore the wide range of dining opportunities at Anantara with all day dining available to savour Asian, international and eastern cuisine. Enjoy cocktails and Mediterranean delights in a luxurious beachside setting in The Beach House, try the swim-up Mai Bar for a range of drinks and snacks or experience Dining by Design – Anantara’s unique and luxurious private dining.
For those who enjoy sport or want to maintain fitness during their stay, there’s an extensive range of activities to be enjoyed right in the resort. Guests can swim in the 50m long infinity pool whilst enjoying the views of the Arabian Gulf, any of the three clear-water lagoon pools or head to the resort’s own 400m long private beach. Guests can also find two fully equipped gymnasiums, studio and floodlit tennis courts also located within the resort. Outside the resort there are a wide range of watersport activities not to be missed; including windsurfing, waterskiing and kayaking along the coast of Palm Jumeirah, cruising along the shore of Dubai or diving and snorkelling through the coral reefs of the Arabian Gulf.
Anantara’s younger guests can enjoy a range of exciting activities, entertainment and socialising in the Tuk Tuk Kids Club, complete with facilities such as game room, television, and a large selection of toys - perfect to occupy them whilst you get pampered in the luxurious Anantara Spa. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Spa where you can receive rejuvenating wraps and scrubs, indulgent body treatments from Arabian, Thai and Moroccan therapies, or unwind in the steam and relaxation areas.
UK AIRPORT OPTIONS British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Emirates fly direct from London Heathrow to Dubai. Emirates also flies direct from London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle to Dubai
DIRECT FLIGHTS Yes
COUNTRY COMBINATIONS Ras Al Khaimah, Oman, Bahrain, Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Singapore, Cambodia
TIME DIFFERENCE + 4 hours
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