Park Hyatt Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Located minutes from the airport, this is a supremely comfortable, sprawling yet luxurious resort hotel that has all you need for a delightful stay. It's on the Dubai Creek and by the marina, so might not boast the most central location, but its high standards of design, luxury, choice of bars and restaurants, its beach areas and infinity pool add up to a very pleasant stay. The elegant design draws inspiration from Mediterranean and Moorish style, and it has a fabulous spa, state-of-the-art fitness centre and high-end offerings such as an impressive golf course, private yachts and fishing.
Your expert reviewer
We love the fact the hotel is nestled in huge grounds, creating a tranquil oasis.
Conveniently located for the airport, the hotel is set in private grounds beside the Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, out of the way of the main beach and tourist areas.
By plane: flights from London and Manchester to Dubai take 7 hours. The hotel is 11 minutes' drive from the airport. Free private parking on-site. skyscanner.com
Style & Character
It's ideal for holidaymakers of all ages who appreciate a modern resort hotel that's attractively designed. Sitting in the open-air courtyard near the lounge area as the sun goes down, with candles and flames, and lights adorning a tree, is magically relaxing.
Service & Facilities
Real care has been put into creating a stunning resort hotel.
- Swimming pool
- Private beach
- Golf course
- Fitness centre
- Beauty treatments
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Really, any room would be a delight to stay in, but room 4511, as an example, is spacious, luxurious and supremely comfortable, with a good view of the marina. A big, very comfortable bed, a big TV and high quality bathroom with top quality fittings and decor are all you need for a perfect stay.
King Room, Twin Room, Lagoon Beach Suite, Park Suite, Park Terrace Suite, Park Executive Suite, Presidential Suite, Royal Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, balcony, desk, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The cuisine standards are very high generally, but chef Vivek Singh's Cinnamon Bazaaar restaurant really stands out, marrying modern Indian flavours with western techniques. His Jodhpuri Kachari chaat is delicious: spiced onion dumplings with curried white peas and a chutney medley. It looks very colourful with its flashes of green, and red pomegranate seeds. Crunchy and creamy, there are lots of textures and a real zingy taste.
Cinnamon Bazaar: Indian cuisine. Open Tues-Sun for lunch and dinner.
Traiteur Brunch: every Saturday from 1-4pm.
Twiggy: beach club, open daily noon-midnight.
Noépe: New England and Nikkei fusion, steaks and seafood platters. Open Sun-Fri 12 noon-midnight, Sat 5pm-midnight. Mains from AED85.
Brasserie du Park: classic French. Open daily for breakfast and dinner. Mains from AED84.
Rooms available from £237.71 per night
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