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Time Out Says

You’d have to be a complete misery to not be excited about the opening of Dubai Parks and Resorts. For those of you already planning a trip to the new theme park complex, you’ll no doubt need a place to rest your head after an adrenaline-packed day on the rides. Lapita Hotel Dubai is a Polynesian-themed resort right at the heart of the new attraction, “a unique gateway to the endless fun and enjoyment on offer”.

Part of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection Hotels, Lapita offers you a choice of 504 rooms, including 60 suites and three villas, all with a tribal theme, views of the theme park, pool or lazy river and the top-notch amenities you’d expect from a luxury resort. There will be a choice of five restaurants at Lapita, including an all-day Asian eatery. And if your brood hasn’t managed to tire themselves out in the park, relax, because there will be plenty of activities laid on by the Luna & Nova Kids’ Club to keep them entertained while you wind down.

Let the fun begin…

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 04 Aug 2016

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Facilities24-hour front desk, Airport transfer, Business centre, Currency exchange, Disabled access, Dry cleaning, Family rooms, Laundry, Meeting/banquet facilities, Room service, Souvenirs/Gift shop, Tour desk
Types4 star
Show number 04 810 9999
Dubai, Jebel Ali, Dubai Parks & Resorts, Sheikh Zayed Road - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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