If you’ve never been to Dubai before then your missing out; this amazing city which is located within the United Arab Emirates offers tourists the ultimate luxury experience and is well suited for any type of traveler from couples to families to honeymooners and business trips, whatever you’re looking for Dubai, has it all. Plus whilst you stay in Dubai make sure to check out some of the finest beaches, restaurants and spas that this great city has to offer.

Dubai Beaches:

Discover some of the most spectacular beaches in and around Dubai.

Many of Dubai’s beaches are private and belong to hotels – therefore we have taken a focus on a couple of the best public beaches, some of which are free to access and others have a small charge.

Mamzer Beach Park

Mamzer Beach is a large and beautiful beach which has recently been awarded the blue flag beach status making it one of the most desirable beaches to visit both for tourist and local residents. It has 5 beaches around the coast of the park and each beach has its own sheltered areas with changing rooms and showers. There are also 2 swimming pools if you don’t feel like venturing into the sea. Sun loungers and umbrellas are available to rent and there is a small selection of cafes around to buy food and drinks. For your safety there are also lifeguards on duty. There is a small fee to enter the beach; 5dhs if you walk in and 40 dhs if you drive in.

Jumeirah Beach Park

With its handy location this has become one of Dubai’s most popular beach parks around. Located along the golden sands with palm trees around help to set the perfect atmosphere for a fun day out at the beach. There are cafes located at either end of the beach with a lifeguard on duty until sunset. To enter the beach will cost you 5dhs,



Try some of the best and award-winning cuisine available in Dubai –


Cuisine: European

Set along a bedecked pier out in the Arabian Gulf sets the perfect romantic atmosphere away from any noise/bustle. The Pierchic offers some of the finest seafood in Dubai and for a second year in 2010 was awarded the ‘Time Out Dubai’s Best Seafood Restaurant’.


Cuisine: French

Before opening the Margaux the Executive Chef Julian Mercier worked under the legendary triple Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse.

The cuisine is inspired by French Mediterranean produce as is the décor of the restaurant. Guests have the option to either dine in the wood paneled dining room or under the vaulted arcades overlooking the amazing Dubai Fountain.


Spa Treatments:

Rejuvenate and relax at some of Dubai’s best spas that will leave your body feeling out of this world –

One & Only Royal Mirage

Services: Offers a diverse range of spa treatments with 12 individual therapy rooms

On the lower floor you will find a traditional Oriental Hammam with two steam rooms, two private massage rooms, two Jacuzzis and a resting area.

Signature treatments: experience the amazing Royal Hammam and a Deeply Relaxing Bodycare with Hot Stones.

Six Senses Spa at Zighy Bay

The Six Senses Spa offers a tranquil experience away from the hustle and bustle of Dubai and is worth a trip to the Musandam Peninsula in Oman. Featuring nine treatment rooms this award-winning spa offers an amazing yoga pavilion overlooking the ocean and mountains for the ultimate relaxation which will no doubt help you clear your mind.

Signature treatments: Slow Life Treatment.


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