The Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa
Versatile hotel popular with beachlovers and business travellers alike 5 Reviews
This Ramadan tent serves fresh juices, mixed grills and light bites from an à la carte menu, as well as buffet options. The World Cup games will be shown here, and shisha is available. Private VIP lounges available for hire that can accommodate up to 15 people with private plasma TV screens or projectors. Iftar and suhoor priced à la carte Timings: Iftar: sunset-9pm. Suhoor: 9pm-3am (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
The Habtoor serves both beach-bound holidaymakers and business travellers well, but at rather hefty prices. There’s an impressive stretch of beach as well as two floodlit tennis courts and a well-equipped gym to work out in.
The rooms are quite conservative, but the bathrooms are ornate; decked out in green mosaics and those tiny glass sinks that were fashionable a few years ago.
If you fancy some pampering, the Elixir Spa has a good range of treatments on offer. Like most Dubai hotels, the Grand also caters for business travellers and tends to get the details right; if you want a fax machine installed in your room, flights booked or travel arrangements confirmed, consider it done.By Time Out Dubai Staff
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