Set in 65 acres of lush gardens and a kilometer of private beach, peaceful lives in
On a kilometre of private beachfront overlooking the amazing landscape of The Palm Island Bay, One&Only Royal Mirage commands a regal presence amidst 65 acres oasis of lavishly landscaped gardens, just minutes away from Dubai Marina.
May be arranged from Dubai International Airport (about 30 minutes), and from Abu Dhabi International Airport (about 70 minutes). Car transfers can accommodate a maximum of three adults or two adults and two children under 12 years old. Larger vehicles for five guests can be arranged on request. When flying in upper class, selected airlines may offer complimentary airport transfers. Kindly check with your respective airline to avoid duplicate transportation bookings and charges.
Dubai, "City of Gold," is the second largest member of the seven United Arab Emirates and home to a wide diversity of nationalities.
“Marhaba” and welcome to the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.). Formerly known as the Trucial States following independence from Britain, the U.A.E. is today a federation of seven emirates formed in 1971 comprised of: Abu Dhabi (capital state), Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras al Kaimah, Umm al Quwain and Fujairah.
The city-state of Dubai is the second largest member of the U.A.E. and its most important port and commercial centre. It's hard to imagine that within just the last half century alone, these desert shores that were once home to Bedouin tribes and small fishing villages have given rise to one of the world's most dazzling cities. Home to logic-defying architecture and engineering feats of spectacular wonder such as Palm Island, an iconic man-made landscape that can be seen from space, Dubai has a population of approximately 2.4 million, and home to a wide diversity of nationalities. Whilst Arabic is the offical language, English is widely spoken.
Long before the discovery of oil in the 1960s, Dubai was known as the “City of Merchants," a gateway to the Gulf long renowned for its Bedouin traditions of hospitality welcoming seafarers and traders from other lands. Today, Dubai extends this welcome to holiday makers and business visitors, offering facilities of the highest international standard combined with the charm and adventure of the Middle East; an exceptional blend of modern city and desert.
A magical playground of incredible adventure and welcoming hospitality.
Dining at One&Only Royal Mirage is a unique journey within eight different restaurants between The Palace, Arabian Court and Residence & Spa. Each venue presents an authentic culinary experience in a distinctive environment. The Palace offers four different restaurants, including Mediterranean flavours at Olives, exceptional Moroccan fare at Tagine, an elegant dining on European cuisine at Celebrities, and fresh grilled seafood and bright salads at The Beach Bar & Grill. Within Arabian Court, guests may discover seductive Indo-European flavours at Nina, savour all-day dining on traditional recipes from the Middle East and northern Europe at The Rotisserie, or experience the floating majlis overlooking the Arabian Gulf at Eauzone featuring international cuisine with an Asian twist. Exclusive to guests at Residence & Spa, The Dining Room showcases inspired menus of fresh creativity.
Dubai boasts 10 spectacular golf courses within easy reach of One&Only Royal Mirage, with Emirates Golf Club and Montgomerie just minutes away.
Spirits elevate as you indulge in a range of holistic experiences designed to restore mind, body and soul at One&Only Spa. At the Traditional Oriental Hammam, let the body ease slowly into the rising heat and steam whilst the sounds of rippling water relaxes the mind.
A gorgeous private white sand beach stretches one kilometre along the coast, providing an ideal playground for water sports including sailing, kayaking, Hobie Cats, windsurfing, waterskiing and fishing.
The resort offers a wide range of sports and leisure activities awaits, including three outdoor tennis courts, a putting green, petanque, beach volleyball and basketball.
All visitors to Dubai must present a passport valid for at least 6 months from date of travel. Visa requirements for entering Dubai vary significantly from country to country. For citizens of GCC countries (Gulf Cooperation Council) and all EU countries, a visa will be issued upon arrival at all U.A.E. airports or other points of entry. ...MORE
Check-in is 2.00pm local time and check-out is 12.00pm. Although we will always attempt to provide rooms upon arrival, access before 2.00pm can only be guaranteed by reserving your room for an additional night prior to date of arrival. Late check-out after 12.00pm local time is subject to availability. ..More
Unlimited complimentary* 512kbps WiFi/email browsing access up to two (2) devices within the comfort of your room and around most of the outdoor pool facilities. High-speed download/upload ideal for games, movies, video and sports streaming, etc., for up to four (4) devices within the resort is available at a daily or weekly minimal fee.
Dubai is undoubtedly a tolerant and cosmopolitan city, however, all visiting guests should be aware of the importance of the Emirates cultural sensitivity, while on excursions or touring shopping malls, proper dress code and behaviour be in respect of local culture.