Retreat from the outside world at Park Hyatt Dubai, a luxury retreat where serenity is the end goal for each
and every carefully curated lifestyle experience
A short drive from Dubai International airport and the vibrant buzz of the city’s trading heartland, Park Hyatt Dubai is an oasis of calm. From gently swaying palms and the calm blue waters of a private lagoon to its low-rise whitewashed architectural aesthetic, the resort evokes the essence of the relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle blended with accents of Arabian heritage.
A picturesque location
Overlooking the historic Dubai Creek with picture-postcard views of the city skyline, the resort is perfectly poised between old and new. Less-is-more luxury defines the hospitality experience with tailor-made stays for loved ones and little ones, whether it’s a couple in search of romantic seclusion for a honeymoon or anniversary celebration, or a family looking for a fun weekend of togetherness.
It all begins with the resort’s guestrooms and suites, each of which comes with inviting water-facing views from the chic setting of a private balcony or terrace. Interiors are purposely neutral yet quietly lavish, with a muted colour palette and thoughtful touches, such as inviting freestanding bathtubs and bespoke toiletries.
Activities for the whole family
With ample space allowing guests to create their own pockets of serenity, family fun is guaranteed. As well as pool time at either of two family-friendly locations, The Cave Kids Club runs daily activities for three to 12-year-olds, including arts and crafts, board and electronic games, and much more.
A hub for action or relaxation, chilled downtime is the mantra for the adults’ only Lagoon Beach, with views extending as far as Burj Khalifa. Elsewhere, lush green surroundings are dotted with shaded spots and cosy benches, weaving a thread of calm meditative opportunities throughout the resort. The serene vibe continues at Amara Spa, an award-winning wellness destination set within a series of quiet courtyard spaces, with its own private pool. Drawing on Moroccan influences, choose from an extensive collection of personalised treatments, including an anti-pollution detox facial, botanical Arabic massage and sought-after couples’ experience
Keen golfers, meanwhile, have the championship 18-hole Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club course on the doorstep, complete with top-drawer academy coaching. Guests with a surfeit of energy to burn can opt for a game of padel tennis, regular tennis or hit the gym.
Delicious food with unrivialled ambience
After working up an appetite, travel the world with a choice of award-winning restaurants. Seafood favourites are in the spotlight at NOÉPE, a Cape Cod-esque venue overlooking the swish yachts berthed at the adjacent marina. At the other end of the foodie spectrum, the legendary Traiteur Friday brunch is a must-do for every Dubai visitor and resident. Spanish bodega flavours characterise the menu at Casa de Tapas, while al fresco dining with a hint of the Med defines the offering at Boardwalk, a Dubai institution for 25 years. Fabulous views are a bonus at Lakeview where modern European cuisine is the focus, and every great evening starts with a sundowner and ends with a nightcap at QD’s: life doesn’t get much better than this.
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