Experience Asian luxury and style next to Dubai mall! Relax in pure luxury at this five star Secret Hotel located on Sheikh Zayed Road next to the popular Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa. The property benefits from 24 hour security, free parking and a daily shuttle to take guests to the mall and beach. Luxury services include laundry, concierge and a tour desk and business guests will be well catered for with the fully equipped business facilities including meeting rooms, ADSL internet and secretarial services. Expect sumptuous guest rooms with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and private bathroom, serviced by a twice weekly cleaning team and a butler at your request. In the daytime, guests can relax in the rooftop swimming pool, work out in the gym or treat themselves to a few beauty treatments- but however you decide to spend your time here you won’t be disappointed with the range of deluxe facilities on offer!
Dubai is renowned for its shopping, but not because it has a broader or cheaper range than cities such as Paris and New York. The reason why shopping has such a great reputation in Dubai is because of the experience you get in it’s famous malls. The malls offer a theatrical experience to tempt you in- take the Souk Madinat for example, located inside the Madinat Jumeirah Hotel, visitors are transported to the shops, bars and restaurants via a waterway. And thrill seekers can even ski on real snow in the Mall of the Emirates! If you’re visiting with children, the Mall of Arabia has its own Jurassic Park with mechanical beasts to amaze kids and adults alike.
What better place to escape to for a romantic getaway! Beautiful weather, stunning beaches and pure luxury around every turn, you’ll feel so pampered and relaxed you won’t want to leave this slice of paradise. Although Dubai is a Muslim state, it’s not difficult to find somewhere to enjoy a glass of champagne or two. Head to 360 Degrees for a rooftop bar overlooking the sea, where you can enjoy delicious cocktails whilst admiring the twinkling nights sky, or why not choose the unlimited champagne option at Spectrum on One, whilst dining on fresh oysters and giant prawns!
If you’re keen for some culture, and to escape the shopping and fine dining spots then rest assured that Dubai still has remains of its former fishing village status. Head to the Bastakia Quarter with a labyrinth of art galleries and traditional cafes. The Majlis Gallery has some exquisite examples of Middle Eastern Art whilst the Dubai Museum is sure to give you some perspective on how this magical holiday destination came to be!