A cosmopolitan playground of legendary adventures and modern-day lore.
Endless opportunity for amazing.
Authentic culture and logic-defying skyscrapers. Award-winning museums and extreme-sport adventures. A magical city in motion.
One of the world's most stylish, cosmopolitan cities; renowned for its haute couture malls and old-world bazaars.
As Dubai's first purpose built, multi-format performing arts theatre, Dubai Opera is one of the city's most iconic venues. In the heart of downtown, within 'the most prestigious square kilometre in the world', it's the radiant centre of culture and arts in Dubai, producing and hosting world-class performing experiences that are not to be missed.
Three floodlit tennis courts are available for both day and night play. Pros organise single and double play among guests; and private, semi-private and group lessons are also on offer.
Sand and sun, the perfect combination for outdoor play, from volleyball and basketball to putting green and polo.
Ten world-class PGA 18-hole courses just moments away.
Nominated by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO) as an ‘Established Golf Destination of the Year’, Dubai is the fastest-growing destination in the golfing world, home to the prestigious PGA Dubai Desert Classic.
A kilometre of private white sand beach graces Palm Island Bay, an inviting playground for all manner of water play.
Shaded by palm trees, four temperature-controlled swimming pools are interspersed across the manicured grounds of The Palace, Arabian Court and Residence & Spa, including an adults-only pool. The private kilometre-long beach is a rare indulgence in Dubai, providing an exclusive and refreshing invitation to swim in warm waters and relax on a pristine sand beach.
An abundance of tuna, sailfish, kingfish, and bonito, make for a memorable fishing experience. Deep-sea excursions are happily arranged.
Play in the warm gulf waters with sailing, kayaking, Hobie Cats, windsurfing and water-skiing.
Where family fun meets the magic of the desert and the playfulness of the sea.
A superb KidsOnly programme, complimentary for younger members of the family with fully-supervised, age-appropriate activities that channel all the wonder of Arabia.
Under expert instruction, children can take swimming lessons (age 4 and up ), try their game at tennis (age 7 and up ) or learn to waterski (ages 8 and up ).
There are two playgrounds in the resort for the enjoyment of children of all ages, under close supervision of their parents/guardians. The first is located by the main pool of the Arabian Court and is best suited to children aged 6 and under. The other is located near The Beach Bar & Grill and is designed for older children.
Record-breaking water slides, fascinating ocean life, and a beautiful private beach make the nearby Aquaventure Waterpark at Atlantis, The Palm, a fun experience for all ages.
The Rotisserie and Olives restaurants are ideally suited for families, with delicious presentations for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Beach Bar & Grill offers child-friendly favourites, and Eauzone has light snacks.
In an ancient desert, Bedouin tradiitions are channeled into uniquely enriching and incredilby fun modern adventures, from an old-world camel caravan to a thrill-seeking sand-skiing safari.
A camel caravan takes you into the mysterious desert outside Dubai where a once-in-a-lifetime sand-skiing experience awaits on the spectacular red dunes of Margham.
Step away from the glimmering lights of Dubai and into an old world once forgotten. Pass through spectacular desert scenery, experience 5,000 year old archaeological digs, and witness the ancient world on a camel caravan to the great garden city of Al Ain.
Explore the majesty of the desert and witness the view of a million stars as on an awe-inspiring camping trip in the desert outside Dubai.
From inspiring architecture to traditional villages, enjoy a unique perspective of Dubai's dazzling skyline on an enchanting evening cruise aboard a traditional wooden dhow.
Enjoy a night of excitement and passion as you spend an evening at the Nad Al Sheba racecourse – venue of the Dubai World Cup, the world’s richest horse race.