Two infinity pools take centre stage here, with 32 air-conditioned cabanas also making an appearance. Food-wise, nine eateries cover a variety of cuisines, including French and British. For relaxing, the award-winning spa is on hand. Lavish extras include Rolls Royce transfers, golf buggy rides to the private beach and unlimited access to the next-door waterpark.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Tennis, windsurfing, and snorkelling all feature on the complimentary activities list. For a little extra, you can try out scuba diving*, golf* and waterskiing*.
There are lots of watersports you can try here, including windsurfing, waterskiing, diving, kneeboard and banana boat rides.
FOOD & DRINK
Bab Al Yam’s the spot for breakfast, dishing up an international buffet spread. Come here for dinner instead, and you’ll spot the chefs working their magic in an open brick oven. Alternatively, in the AM, you can pick up Chinese fare at Junsui.
Dinner-wise, you’ve got a buffet at Al Iwan, or a selection of à la cartes. Al Muntaha’s the modern French bistro, serving caviar and tenderloin steak. Californian fusion cuisine’s the order of the day at Scape, meanwhile. English chef Nathan Outlaw takes the reins on British fare at Al Mahara, which features a large aquarium for a centrepiece.
- Bab Al Yam*
There's European cuisine influenced by Middle Eastern flavours on the menu here. The floor-to-ceiling windows at this ground-floor restaurant give you excellent views of the sea and the Dubai skyline.
- Gold On 27*
There are magnificent views across the Dubai skyline from this bar, which is located on the 27th floor. There's a wide variety of drinks available, and bar snacks, too.
- Al Mahara*
Sample signature seafood dishes from British chef Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara. Just so you know, smart dress code is required at this restaurant.
- Scape restaurant & lounge*
Scape specialises in Californian fusion cuisine, mixing Latin American, Mediterranean and Asian flavours to create gourmet dishes. There's also a lengthy drinks menu here including signature beverages and cocktails. During the evening from Tuesday to Saturday you can hear from the resident DJ, while a saxophonist plays a couple of nights a week, too.
- Al Iwan*
Traditional Arabic cuisine's the speciality at this buffet restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner.
- Al Muntaha*
Located on the 27th floor you can gaze across Dubai whilst savouring the modern French cuisine at Al Muntaha. You'll find dishes such as caviar, oysters and foie gras on the vast menu. Just so you know, there's a smart dress code here.
This Asian buffet restaurant comes with eight live-cooking stations, which feature cuisines such as Thai, Japanese and Korean.
- Sahn Eddar*
You can enjoy afternoon tea, pastries, champagne and cocktails at this café-bar.
- Skyview Bar*
Located on the 27th floor, this bar's floor-to-ceiling windows offer outstanding views over the Dubai skyline. As well as the lengthy drinks menu, you can have afternoon tea here or choose from a selection of snacks.
- Culinary Flight*
The culinary flight programme gives you the opportunity to sample a selection of restaurants. You'll start with an amuse-bouche in the Skyview Bar, followed by a starter at Al Muntaha, an intermediate course at Scape, a main course at Nathan Outlaw's Al Mahara and finally, a dessert at Sahn Eddar.
- Umi Shio at Summersalt*
Japanese meets South American at this fusion restaurant, which you'll find by the private beach.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The award-winning Talise spa’s split across two levels and includes two indoor infinity pools, plus a sauna and a steam lounge with panoramic views of the World Islands. The spa menu lists treatments like a radiance facial* and a pearl touch experience*.
Two well-equipped gyms cater for holiday workouts.
- Talise spa*
Spread across two floors there's plenty of space for relaxing here. There are separate relaxation areas for ladies and gents which feature indoor infinity pools, whirlpool baths, saunas, steam rooms, plunge pools and treatment rooms with views of the Arabian Gulf. The lengthy treatments list includes facials, massages, body treatments and enhancements.
- Talise Fitness*
This well-equipped gym includescardio machines, resistance training equipment, weights and aerobic facilities.
Floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of the Skyview bar’s 27th-floor location, so you can’t miss the twinkling Dubai cityscape as you sip a cocktail or three. It stays open until 2am every day.
Gold on 27’s decked out in gold leaf and comes with a huge menu of cocktails, wine, whisky, and cigars. This place regularly hosts DJ nights, with house and lounge music on the bill.
- Kids' club
You'll find the kids' club on the 18th floor. It's for little ones aged 1 to 12-years-old and comes with plenty of activities and facilities to keep them busy. There's a playroom, board games, computer games, books and creative activities. You'll also find a separate room with a bed and cot, perfect for nap time.
You’ll find two impressive pools on the hotel’s 10,000-square-metre terrace, edged by ergonomic sunloungers and four whirlpools. Air-conditioned cabanas* are also available, and come with butler service, a flatscreen TV and an espresso machine.
Hotel guests have unlimited access to the Wild Wadi Waterpark, which lines up rides like the Master Blasters, the Burj Surj and the Jumeirah Sceirah.
- 2 infinity pools
You'll find a couple of large infinity pools on the hotel's vast terrace. They're bordered by a spacious terrace that's lined with luxury loungers and cabanas*. And there are four whirlpools, too.
- 2 indoor pools
- Wild Wadi Waterpark*
There are 30 rides and attractions at this waterpark, which can be reached via a short walk or a complimentary buggy ride.
- Private beach
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour reception
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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