An elective monarchy, the United Arab Emirates is located at the eastern end of the Arabian Peninsula encircling seven protectorates naming Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm Al Quwain. A record-breaking architecture, historic neighborhoods, striking manmade islands, irresistible cuisine, and one of the most luxurious experiences offered in the UAE.
Here is a gathering of a few attractive and prominent tourist resorts in the UAE for your stay:
Waldorf Astoria, Ras Al Khaimah
With breathtaking architecture reminiscent of Arabian palaces, the Waldorf Astoria Hotel offers 346 deluxe rooms with unparalleled views of the sea and garden.Guests who look forward to rejuvenating by the beach are in for a treat as the resort is located in the center of the Al Hamra Village, renowned for its pristine private beaches. Round off your lavish experience at the 18-hole championship golf course or the luxurious spa. Guests are spoilt for choice with the 9 upscale fusion restaurants and bars.
The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah, Ajman
Sleek Scandinavian architecture blending ocean views with lush greenery in its preserved mangrove forest and 18-hole golf course, The Oberoi, is a luxurious resort. The 85m-long glistening infinity pools are lined with geometric wood boardwalks. Sea-facing villas equipped with a private terrace and outdoor bathtub are complimented by exquisite spa treatments, where guests are pampered using natural Ayurveda treatments and Turkish hammam rituals. A host of water-sport activities such as paragliding and jet-skiing are also available at the resort.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai
Built on a man-made island, the Burj Al Arab offers rooms flanked by gold columns and over 30 different types of marble feature full-sized Hermes amenities and a whirlpool bath, big enough for 4 people. The resort has midnight blue infinity pools that go on for miles with each sunbed serviced by a personal butler. There is even a special “Sinbad’s Kids Club”, where children can indulge in the mini water-park, climbing wall, and playground designed for them. Guest can also enjoy a scrumptious Pan Asian feast under a blanket of Swarovski crystals or to Gold on 27, the mesmerizing cocktail bar with unparalleled views of the Dubai skyline.
Hotel, Sharjah Waterfront
The modern boutique hotel, located in the prime district, is framed by the inviting corniche where guests can unwind. It is a stone’s throw away from the Central Souk making accessibility one of its best features. Lush rooms offer views of the azure sea and are well equipped with contemporary facilities to elevate comfort to the next level. For a little extra, guests can pay a visit to the spa to allow themselves to be pampered by Arabian hospitality.
Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi
Boasting over 300 deluxe villas, featuring private pools and terraces, Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort overlooks the cerulean sea. There are three infinity pools with some breathtaking views of the resort’s secluded beach. The hotel also flaunts 8 top-notch eateries, ranging from Italian fare at Mare Mare to Lebanese delicacies at TEAN, leaving a little something for everyone.
Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai
An otherworldly staycation experience in the form of its world-renowned underwater suite, Atlantis, The Palm helps you recenter yourself as you gaze upon manta rays and sharks gliding effortlessly along with 65,000 other marine residents of the Ambassador Lagoon. The Atlantis certainly does not disappoint you with its dining options starting from Gordon Ramsay’s laid-back Bread Street Kitchen serving the finest British classics to the sleek and elegant Nobu restaurant offering Dubai’s finest Japanese cuisine in a dramatic Japanese garden setting.