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Luxury hotels in Dubai

  • June 24, 2022
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Luxury hotels in Dubai

Dubai is the place that is known for extravagance. The United Arab Emirates capital city has innumerable lavish retreats, widely popular horizon, and even islands that are molded like palm trees. From cutting edge engineering to the extravagant ways of life, it’s a spot that is however current as it seems to be conventional. One thing that has never showed signs of change however is Dubai’s status as an extravagance travel objective with probably the best lodgings on the planet. Assuming you’re searching for a spot to remain in Dubai, here are 10 best lavish  hotels that will make your excursion extraordinary.

1. Atlantis The Plam

This dynamic property is rising in Dubai from the coastline of the largest man-made island in the world, the Palm Island. Positioned as the flagship property it is, Atlantis The Palm is situated at the apex of the Palm Island’s outer crescent, surrounded by the beautifully tranquil sea of the Arabian Gulf. The palatial hotel is one of Dubai’s most impressive resorts, part blockbuster luxury hotel (more than 1,500 rooms and suites!), part aquatic wonderland. The resort has some of the most elegant hotel rooms in Dubai, designed to immerse guests in absolute comfort and unparalleled luxury. Some guests find this decor to be simply charming, while others may also find it to be an overkill, depends on your own personal aesthetic sense.

Location: Crescent Rd – The Palm Jumeirah – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $535.86

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

2. Park Hyatt Dubai

Located in Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht club on the banks of the majestic Dubai Creek, Park Hyatt Dubai provides an idyllic setting for a luxury getaway. This 5 star resort offers 223 luxury rooms including 34 suites, all of which offer stunning views overlooking the Dubai Creek and marina. The hotel’s award-winning dining venues offer the finest in Western, Thai and French cuisines. With floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-fired ovens and theatre kitchens, the hotel brings excitement and style to dining, both indoor and al fresco.

Location: Dubai Creek Resort – Dubai Creek Club St – Port Saeed – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $227.25 

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

3. Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab is the most expensive luxury hotel on this list, and that spot is well deserved. The sheer uniqueness of this hotel is evident from the moment you first set eyes on it as it’s fashioned in the form of a giant sail rising over a thousand feet in the sky. To that end, the hotel has been created on a man-made island, which is only connected to the mainland by a causeway. It is a grand feat of modern architecture.  Here, you can soothe your soul in a spa-like bathroom with Jacuzzi, mosaic floor, and full-size Hermes products. The opulent lobby, dotted with huge golden columns, leads to several boutiques and exquisite restaurants. The Property also features a spectacular outdoor deck area, floating above the sea, which includes two pools, a restaurant and a bar.

Location: Umm Suqeim 3- Dubai-United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $1,264

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

4. One&Only The Palm

Located on the western portion of The Palm, this boutique hotel is ideal for those who value sheer beauty and charm, but also peace and quietude. You can travel down to main Dubai via taxi, which takes about 30 minutes. However, the locational inconvenience is worth it when you take into consideration the unhindered view of Dubai Marina and the Jumeirah Beach Residence waterfront, which only residents of this luxury hotel are offered. Across the water is One&Only Royal Mirage, the property’s equally stunning sister resort, where the world’s most discerning travellers are also assured of a warm welcome, understated luxury and discreet, attentive service.

Location: West Crescent, Plam – Jumeirah – Dubai- United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $751

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

5. Raffels Dubai

Inspired by the pyramids of Egypt, the Raffles Dubai hotel is designed to mix Egyptian culture with Dubai’s contemporary style. All of the hotel’s rooms have customised and handmade ornaments and luxurious fabrics. You’ll be pampered in the extravagant saunas and steam rooms and can enjoy outdoor relaxation by the luxurious swimming pool The rooms aren’t as heavy on the theme and all guests are offered a 24/7 butler service. One of their most contemporary-looking rooms is the Penthouse Suite which features some pleasing Oriental accents. Furthermore, the hotel features a lot of handcrafted details, such as the mashrabiya technique used on the doors and shutters of bathrooms. In addition to this, all the rooms are extremely spacious with their own private terraces. The smallest room here is still 70sqm. The staff of the hotel is outstanding, they’re clear, efficient, and extremely discreet.

Location: Wafi – Sheikh Rashid Rd – Umm Hurair 2 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $242.57

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

6. Armani Hotel Dubai

This Armani Hotel occupies 11 floors of the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, but it has a separate private entrance. All rooms have Japanese tatami furnishing and lush fabrics. A prestigious dining experience is offered by each of the hotel’s 7 restaurants. For a night to remember make sure you go to the Armani Privé club.  The elegant Armani/SPA tailors every experience to each guest and features a lovely outdoor pool wrapping around one of Burj Khalifa’s corners. The hotel’s dining venues serve Italian, Mediterranean, Japanese and Indian cuisine. If you want to relax, you can enjoy the luxurious Armani Spa to enjoy special treatments with exclusive products.  The elegant Armani/SPA tailors every experience to each guest and features a lovely outdoor pool wrapping around one of Burj Khalifa’s corners. The hotel’s dining venues serve Italian, Mediterranean, Japanese and Indian cuisine.

Location: Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, 1 Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, Dubai, UAE

Average Cost: $ 548.97 

Google reviews: 4.6 out of 5

7. Four Seasons Dubai at Jumeirah Beach

Bringing fresh, sophisticated style to dynamic Dubai, Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach captures the city’s energy and excitement in a glamorous beach resort. Boasting a palatial lobby, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking out onto the beautiful gardens and Arabian Gulf, the property is an oasis nestled into the heart of the exclusive Jumeirah area. The boutique hotel has a baby-pink aesthetic and colour palette, with gardens blooming with exotic flowers, orchids, and birds. All the guests are also given access to swimming pools and their own personal butlers, who are just a button’s click away.

Location: Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 2, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $600.04

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

8. Al Maha, a luxury collection desert resort & spa

The Al Maha, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa in Dubai is where you should check in to experience Bedouin-style living with all the creature comforts expected in a luxurious resort, including air-conditioning. This oasis in the middle of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve is hidden amongst lush palm groves and surrounded by sand dunes.  Beautifully furnished with a unique collection of authentic Arabian artifacts and antiquities, all suites boast private pools with spectacular views of the desert and its wildlife (gazelles & Arabian oryx). A stay at Al Maha includes all meals and two activities per night’s stay (choose from a camel ride with sundowners, archery, nature walks and more).

Location: Al Maha, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort, Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, Dubai – Al Ain Road, Dubai 118887 United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $1,212.8

Google reviews: 4.7 out of 5

9. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai

This luxury multinational hotel is located at the very heart of the financial district of Dubai, and is quite close to Gate Village, which happens to be the sprawling and buzzing hub of Dubai’s art and cultural life, replete with a string of modern art galleries and charming restaurants. The hotel itself is quite a mixed bag of architectural influences — the exterior features a limestone façade which is immediately noteworthy; meanwhile, the courtyard features waterfalls and fountain installations along with lush greenery; the lobby has an Art Deco aesthetic leaning with ornate chandeliers hanging off the ceilings; and the artworks that line the lobby walls are mostly modernist and contemporary. However, this mesh of influences works entirely in its favor.

Location: Jumeirah Beach Residence – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $382.99 

Google reviews: 4.6 out of 5

10. Madinat Jumeirah

A destination within a destination, Madinat Jumeirah has been designed as a traditional Arabian town within Dubai city. The resort complex consists of 3 boutique hotels, summer houses, over 50 restaurants & bars with 2km of private beach space. In addition, the resort is a haven for Instagrammers with 5 kilometres of waterways within the complex where traditional abra water boats ferry guests around.

Al Naseem at Madinat Jumeirah keeps things tasteful and classy with its 430 rooms and suites, with facilities oriented towards exploring the Madinat Jumeirah complex with its souk, beach access and dining options.

The list of restaurants, bars and cafes in Madinat Jumeirah is exhaustive, and it is fair to say that one is spoilt for choice – be it for international or local cuisine, mood or occasion.

Location: Madinat Jumeirah, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, Umm Suqeim St, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Average Cost: $446.82

Google reviews: 4.5 out of 5

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