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Five pools are on the roster here, plus one designated for kids to splash in. Hotel guests also have complimentary access to the next-door waterpark. Food-wise, there are 12 restaurants covering cuisines from all over the world – as well as serving a weekend brunch and afternoon tea. The spa and gym areas are state-of-the-art, and offer a programme of exercise classes alongside a sauna, a steam room and a long list of treatments.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Kayaking, paddle-boarding, and windsurfing are all on offer for free at the beach. For a little extra, you can try waterskiing*, kneeboarding* and banana-boating*. Private yachts* are also available to charter.
There’s a six-metre-high rock climbing wall* ready to test your mettle. Elsewhere, you’ll find tennis and squash courts, and aerobics classes like kickboxing and yogalates. The hotel-run kids’ club*, meanwhile, has a daily programme of activities for youngsters.
- Multi-sports court*
- Climbing wall*
FOOD & DRINK
A total of 12 restaurants make up the dining options here, covering British, pan-Asian, Italian, Latin American, tapas and seafood. There's a spot that specialises in cakes and pastries, too.
Down by the sand, the Beach Lounge offers beef sliders alongside cocktails like the kaffir lime martinis. For healthy options, the Talise Café provides a choice of egg-white omelettes, salads and detox drinks.
- Kitchen Connection*
You can enjoy food from around the globe here, with Italian pasta, New York style pizza and Chinese dim sum among the many options.
- A la carte dining
- La Parilla*
Latin American cuisine's on the menu here, including prime Argentinian steaks and Mexican churros. A South American band performs 6 days a week, too. Please note, you'll need a reservation to dine here.
This buffet restaurant dishes up Pan-Asian cuisine in a casual beachfront environment. Please note, you'll need to reserve a table in advance.
- D & A British restaurant*
This gastropub serves British favourites like fish and chips, pies and curry. There's a terrace with excellent views of the Burj Al Arab, while sports events are shown on the TV's. There are happy hour discounts, too, and occasional live music.
- Creations Cakery*
Freshly baked cakes, pastries and bread are on the cards here.
- Pool bar*
- Pearl Lounge*
Afternoon tea's the speciality here, with other light bites such as quiches, pancakes and fruit tarts on the menu, too.
- Uptown Bar*
You'll find this bar on the 24th floor, offering outstanding views over Dubai. There's a food menu serving light bites, but the cocktails are the speciality here.
- Villa Beach*
This beach restaurant serves Mediterranean seafood dishes. Please note, you'll need a reservation to dine here.
- Talise Fuel*
This healthy dining restaurant is located by the Talise Spa. You'll need to book a table for dinner, but walk-ins are fine for breakfast and lunch.
- Ocean Blue*
Italian cuisine's served at this al fresco beachside restaurant.
- Beach Lounge*
Drinks and light bites are served at this casual beachside lounge.
- Al Marsa Lounge*
Drinks and light bites are served at this place, which you'll find by the beach.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
You’ll find a duo of saunas, three hot tubs, a steam room and a plunge pool at the deluxe Talise spa. Shiatsu massages*, reflexology therapies* and caviar facials* all make an appearance on the treatment menu.
The Talise gym comes with cardio and resistance machines, along with a huge free exercise area. You can also opt for a personal training session*.
- Talise Spa*
The spa has two saunas, two massage rooms, three hot tubs, a jacuzzi®, steam room and a plunge pool. There's also a large menu with a variety of treatments on offer, including facials, aromatherapy and sports massages.
- Fitness classes*
The 360 bar’s perched on the very end of the hotel’s pier, showing off truly panoramic views of the city and the Arabian Gulf. It keeps its doors open until 3am and has garnered a clutch of best nightlife awards, thanks to a winning formula of top-class mixologists, international DJs and a creative pan-Asian seafood menu.
You’ll find Polynesian-themed cocktails at Mahiki, which is decked out in bold colours and Tiki-style touches. Uptown Bar on the 24th floor, meanwhile, deals in designer tipples, skyline views and light bites.
- Kids' club
There are five swimming spots to choose from, plus a flume-filled pool that’s reserved for kids. At the pool bar, you’ll come across a menu of risotto, spaghetti bolognese and caesar salad, plus tiramisu for dessert.
Guests have free and unlimited access to the neighbouring Wild Wadi Waterpark, which comes with more than 30 rides and attractions.
- 5 pools
If you fancy taking a dip then you'll have a choice of five pools, which are nestled among the exotic trees that are dotted around the hotel's grounds.
- Kids' pool
- Free access to Wild Wadi Waterpark
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour reception
- Currency exchange
- Laundry service*
- Private beach*
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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