Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort
Time Out Says
The lavish rooms have been designed to resemble Thai-style low-rise buildings and if you want to take a dip in your very own pool, choose between either the pool villas or the overwater villas which are set on the beach.
There’s also a Thai-inspired spa where guests can choose from a list of relaxing therapies. Whether it’s a reviving facial to revitalise the skin, a soothing massage to ease tension away or a gloriously soapy cleanse in the beautiful hammam, you’re spoilt for choice.
If you prefer a jam-packed day of fun, there are plenty of activities on offer including longtail boating, watersports such as paddle boarding and kayaking, two tennis courts and a well-equipped fitness centre, while kids can keep entertained with free access to Tuk Tuk Kids’ Club and Chill Teens’ Club.
Dining options including Mekong – one of Dubai’s best Asian restaurants, Dubai’s very own Aussie outback steakhouse Bushman's Restaurant & Bar, Revo Cafe and The Beach House - a top place for sundowners and fancy-free, flip-flop friendly lounging.
By Time Out staff | 24 Jun 2020
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