Speckled with beaches and islands, Dubai has a rich history of Arabian lore. While Dubai boasts an embracing mix of historic Bedouin times and the recent development of high-rise buildings, travellers will also experience a diverse culture within the city’s themed resorts.
Atlantis, The Palm
As you might expect, there are plenty of luxury hotels in the opulent playground of Dubai but Atlantis, The Palm is one of the best in this category. The property’s Atlantis theme combines the fictional island of Atlantis with a distinctive blend of Arabian elements. Located in the apex of the Palm Jumeirah, this 5-star property offers many accommodation options. Noteworthy is the Royal Bridge Suite that overlooks the Arabian Gulf and The Palm. The suite, with three bedrooms, has luxurious amenities such as butler service and a private elevator. Also included are complimentary spa treatments and unlimited access to the Lost Chambers Aquarium.
Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate
Drawing inspiration from the travels of 14th century Arab explorer Ibn Battuta, the Battuta Suites of Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate have motifs from the nine destinations he visited. Guests will have no trouble in staying occupied with the hotel’s on-site wellness facilities such as the spa and rooftop pool, as well as complimentary access to Ocean Beach Club, a private beach featuring an infinity pool and a river. Plus, the hotel is just a few blocks from Ibn Battuta Mall.
The Palace Downtown Dubai
Located in one of the most opulent parts of the city, the interiors of The Palace Downtown Dubai have an authentic Middle Eastern theme with lavish touches like a private balcony overlooking Burj Khalifa Lake, Dubai Fountain, or the city. The Palace offers an array of guest room amenities, including free Wi-Fi and free high-speed wired Internet access, and LCD television with satellite service and pay movies. The concierge service provides tours and ticket help. The property offers breakfast, an area shuttle, and airport transportation at a surcharge.
Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
With 443 elegant rooms, suites, and royal residences, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray has an interesting range of spa treatments including a Turkish bath (hammam). There is an infinity pool, private beach, and Jacuzzi. The hotel found its inspiration from the palaces of the Ottoman Period, primarily Opkapi Saray and Dolmabahce Saray from Istanbul. There is an impeccable attention to detail like the hand painted frescos, murals, and exquisite pieces of Turkish artwork. Guests can indulge in a culinary adventure by trying the Turkish cuisine at Lalezar or other delicacies from around the world at Plaj, overlooking the Arabian Gulf.
Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa
Close to the popular shopping district of Meena Bazaar, Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa is the kind of place where the staff makes you feel instantly at home. The guest rooms feature traditional Arabic décor and modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi and free wired high-speed Internet access, coffee/tea maker, and minibar.
Most hotels in Dubai form a perfect culmination of tradition and history with a diverse twist to match the affluent expectation of visitors.
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