Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel
Time Out Says
Located on the west trunk of the Palm Jumeirah, Dukes The Palm, has a prime beachfront space.Its original, and only other, venue, in London’s prestigious Mayfair, was once the home of a duke – hence the name – before being transformed into an exclusive five-star hotel in 1908. The Dubai one doesn't quite have that quinetessential British charm - although there's a hounds and hunting sculpture outside as a nod to it's old English roots - but it has plenty of modern amenities. It has 279 rooms and suites, plus 227 serviced hotel apartments – all with stunning views across the Arabian Gulf and Dubai Marina skyline.
All rooms and suites come complete with a flat screen satellite TV and coffee and tea making facilities. You will also find bathrobes, slippers and complimentary Floris London toiletries.Hungry with a hankering for traditional British-style grub? Great British Restaurant serves up British classics such as fish and chips, prawn cocktail and pies.
If you’re looking for a casual night out and a reasonably priced steak, head down to West 14th Steakhouse, or for a slap-up Indian meal there’s Khyber.The beachfront hotel also has a fully-equipped gym, three swimming pools (including an outdoor infinity pool), a kids’ club, a Toni & Guy hair salon, a private stretch of beach with a lazy river and assorted watersports.
By Time Out staff | 15 Aug 2020
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