Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa is total quality and wonderfully luxurious, but with an Asian smile…
The Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa opened in summer 2013, perched on the Eastern crescent of the iconic Palm Jumeirah. A delightful and luxurious blending of Arabian, Indian Ocean and Thai influences.
35 minutes from Dubai Airport and 45 minutes to the airport.
The Palm Resort has 260 spacious low rise rooms set in the Thai-Lanna style two story villa clusters, with those on the ground floor having immediate lagoon pool access.Those with younger children/infants do need to sensibly cautious with any easy access pool rooms of course.
Many villas are interconnecting, so ideal for families. Early booking essential, particularly at peak demand periods.
In addition there are 12 luxurious Beach Villas with their own swimming pools. 18 Over Water Villas on stilts and glass floor viewing deck. And three sumptuous Two Bedroom Pool Villas.
Infinity swimming pool plus 3 lagoon pools
numerous restaurants with a wide variety of cuisine options
Kids and teen club
Asian focused Spa
Sandy beach with water sports (extra cost)
Stylish and attractive accommodation, super facilities for all the family. Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa is total quality, but with an Asian smile. Wonderfully luxurious, but without the overstated opulence so frequently found in this region.
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