Jumeirah Al Qasr
Time Out Says
From the massive golden horses greeting you at the hotel’s sweeping driveway, to guestrooms and lounges decorated in a luxurious Arabian manner, this is an impressive place to stay.
And if you’re a foodie, you’ve come to the right place. Carnivore? Head to The Hide, which is a modern North American meatery and bar. Meanwhile you can also try Al Hambra, a traditional Spanish taverna and Khaymat Al Bahar, a Lebanese restaurant located in the heart of the palace with sea views. There’s also Pai Thai – which famously sits out on a terrace over the Madinat waterways. Because what’s more romantic than arriving to dinner by abra?
The hotel’s activity line-up includes golf and watersports, as well as tennis courts, and guests can head to Talise Spa for some relaxation afterwards. The spa also hosts daily sunset yoga classes on the beach, which is a perfect end to the day. If you’re not feeling active you can always lounge on the private beach.
Little ones can head to the kids’ club, where they can splash around, face paint, play sports, watch movies and more. With more than 1,000 sq m of play areas and pools, the hotel offers plenty for kids to do and keep entertained.
Being set in the Madinat, guests also have access to the Souk, which contains shops, restaurants and a theatre. You are also welcome to use the facilities at neighbouring hotels Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and Jumeirah Al Naseem as well.
For a regal, family-friendly location Jumeirah Al Qasr is a treat.
02 Oct 2019
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