Dubai's most enchanting beachside hotel - 5 star – Dubai

Dubai’s most enchanting beachside hotel – 5 star – Dubai

Dubai’s most enchanting beachside hotel – 5 star – Dubai

If you’re looking for a luxury hotel with plenty to keep you occupied, look no further than this exquisite property located in the popular Jumeirah area, claiming to be Dubai’s most enchanting beachside hotel. The hotel has its own private beach, onsite restaurants and a plethora of fitness activities including volleyball, tennis and water sports or you can spend your time relaxing by the outdoor pool, chilling in the Jacuzzi or working out in the fitness centre. This five star Secret Hotel is ideal for both the leisure and business traveller, with onsite business facilities and services and plush guest rooms with private bathrooms, cable television and personal climate control.

One of the most see sights of Dubai has to be the Burj Khalifa, and as the worlds tallest man made structure it’s hard to miss! In fact, you’ll almost certainly see it from the airport when you land, but don’t just admire it from afar! Tours and visits of this magnificent building can easily be organised, and the views from the observation deck will not disappoint, with 360 degree panoramic views of the city, ocean and desert and if you’re feeling brave you can even step outside onto the terrace. At night the fountains at the base of Burj Khalifa come alive to entertain locals and tourists alike with a fantastic light show accompanied with music. You can watch the show for free, and it’s a great option for couples or families.

It’s easy to forget that Dubai has a traditional deep rooted culture alongside its taste for the finer things in life. For a better understanding and appreciation of the Muslim World and the heritage of Dubai, take a trip to The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. If you’re more interested to learn about the history of the country and observe the ancient artefacts found at archaeological sites such as Al Qusais, then Dubai Museum housed in the city’s oldest building, the Al Fahidi Fort dating back to 1787, is the place to go.

Of course, Dubai wouldn’t be Dubai without a spot of fine dining and with a wealth of options to choose from be sure to do your research before you go. For a taste of local cuisine, the Arabian Tea House café offers reasonably priced dishes in the relaxed and romantic surroundings of the outdoor courtyard. For somewhere more high end, Sukhothai has excellent reviews for it’s first class service and delicious Asian fusion cuisine. The fresh cocktails here are also highly recommended.

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