Dubai is a city that must be seen to be believed. Hotels with an astonishing architecture and luxury stand alongside traditional quarters, while man-made islands jut out of the coastline offer some of the best hotels.and hotel resorts
Dubai’s seen the arrival of plenty of new hotels across the city over the last years from hotels in The Palm to hotels in the Business Bay districy of Dubai.But despite having only a few weeks of the year left, the city is still set to welcome more new and exciting hotels, perfect for planning a New Year Break. You can spend hours perusing The Fashion Avenue to scoop up some new clothing, or spend your time in The Souk where you can window shop and drool at all of the pricey jewelry.
There’s also an Olympic-size ice skating rink in Dubai where you can either practice your triple axel or just cling to the walls as you desperately try to skate without falling on your tush. Either way, you’re bound to have a ball.Las Vegas legends, ultra luxury resorts and a stunning palace on The Palm…
Emerald Palace Kempinski, The Palm
Located on the West Crescent of the Palm Jumeirah, the 100,000 square metre Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai offers 391 rooms 8 restaurants, spa, an 80-seat private cinema and the city’s largest indoor pool
Situated on the western crescent of the man-made island, Palm Jumeirah, the Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai boasts a 500 m private white sand beach, an outdoor swimming pool offering views of the city, and culinary experiences.
The elegant rooms in the Emerald Palace Kempinski are air-conditioned and come complete with a flat-screen satellite TV, a seating area and minibar and Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai guests can indulge in an array of cuisines comprising of Italian, Venetian, Asian and Mediterranean specialities and a scrumptious buffet breakfast is served daily in the Le Jardin restaurant.
The 3000 square-metre Cinq Mondes Spa features 23 treatment rooms, offering guests a haven to relax and unwind. Here guests can also find a modern state-of-the-art fitness centre and a large indoor lap pool.
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Caesars Palace Bluewaters Resort
Bluewaters Island off JBR has already started welcoming visitors to its first hotel – Caesars Palace Bluewaters, but the second hotel Caesars Bluewaters Resort is set to open this December. The more family orientated resort will be home to 301 rooms, two outdoor pools, a dedicated kids club and an events space for 800 guests.
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Stella di Mare, Dubai Marina
The first international Stella Di Mare is set to begin welcoming guests begin 2019. The Egyptian hotel chain offers a 369-key, five-star property on the edge of Dubai Marina, spanning 31 floors and coming complete with three restaurants, three bars, a luxury spa, swimming pool, gym and salon.
For a good night out ,the signature rooftop bar, Skyland, located on level 31 is promising.
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Zabeel House The Greens
Following on from the arrivals of Zabeel House and Zabeel House Mini in Al Seef, Zabeel House The Greens will be the third property by Jumeirah’s mid-range hotel concept .The centrally located hotel will be home to New-York loft inspired bedrooms, Social Company – an all day dining restaurant, and Lah Lah Pan Asian Kitchen and Bar. Conveniently located in the heart of Dubai, Zabeel House Hotel by Jumeirah, at Al Seef is just a walk from Creekside and minutes away from old town and Dubai
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W Dubai, The Palm, Palm Jumeirah
W Dubai offers 350 sea-facing guest rooms and suites on the west crescent of Palm Jumeriah.Its six restaurants and bars include: Wet Deck; Torno Subito by Massimo Bottura - his first venue outside Italy; Akira Back – the Korean culinary master; SoBe - a rooftop bar with a South Beach vibe and 360-degree views; Liv restaurant, offering Mediterranean cuisine; and the W Lounge for curated cocktails pre/post dinner.The first Away Spa in the Middle East at W DubaiThe Palm offers 11 treatment rooms, steam room, sauna and hammam.
Guests atb the W Dubai can bask in Arabian Gulf or Dubai skyline views from the extensive terrace of one of the resort’s 350 guest rooms, including 58 suites. There will be a big leisure and spa focus here, with the region’s first AWAY Spa which combines a lively atmosphere with the ultimate pampering experience, a wet deck that sets the scene for poolside play, two celebrity chef led restaurants and a state-of-the-art gym.