Rixos Bab Al Bahr
Rixos Bab Al Bahr
Experience a holiday like no other at the truly breathtaking, all-inclusive Rixos Bab Al Bahr, located on the man-made Al Marjan Island just between Dubai and Ras al Khaimah. A modern and architecturally unique holiday gem perched along the Emirati coast, guests can enjoy a veritable horn of plenty when it comes to things to do and see here. When not exploring the further sights of Dubai, such as the Burj Khalifa Tower or visiting one of the many shopping centres, you can immerse yourself in the splendour of the hotel. Relax along the 345m of pristine beach, dip your toes in the clear water of the Arabian Gulf or swim in one of the eight swimming pools (which include an adults-only infinity pool, a children’s pool and two private pools in the spa). Sports enthusiasts can partake in a host of sports such as volleyball, football, water polo, tennis or fitness classes, or head out to sea for a bit of water-skiing, diving or parasailing. If you, however, are more of the spa persuasion, then fear not, the Rixos Bab Al Bahr has an abundance to offer here as well. The fully-equipped Anjana Spa features a great selection of massage treatments from across the world, plus a Turkish hammam, sauna, hairdresser and of course the two indoor pools. Throughout the day, you can feast on an amazing choice of international cuisine. At the eight different, conveniently located restaurants, you can sample everything from deliciously fresh seafood, to exotic Middle Eastern dishes and mouth-watering burgers.
United Arab Emirates
A peninsular oasis perched between the Arabian Gulf and the vast desert landscapes of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates stands as a tribute to great imagination and sheer willpower. From grandiose manmade islands to the vast modern shopping malls and the gigantic skyscrapers that reach further into the sky than anywhere else in the world, the UAE is a place where everything is possible. Divided into seven different districts, each of them has something spectacular to offer. Stroll along the JBR Walk, brave the heights of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, where, on the 124th floor, you can gaze across the rest of Dubai and world from the viewing platform, and then head to one of the many boutique and restaurants that abound near the stunning coastline. Alternatively, if you suddenly find yourself wanting to go skiing (because why wouldn’t you when you’re in the Middle East?), then pull on your polar outfit and head to the Ski Dubai Centre, located in Mall of the Emirates, which is one of the largest shopping centres in the world. For those seeking more traditional experiences, then head to some of the many colourful and fragrant souks that are located in the centre, where none are more sparkling than the stunning gold souk. A further traditional thing that should be on the list of things to do while holidaying here, is a day at the camel races. The oldest sport in the UAE, the passion of the locals for this entertaining sports is almost as entertaining as the races themselves. Regardless of where you find yourself in this small, but alluring part of the world, you’re guaranteed never to be too far away from amazing luxury and jaw-dropping architecture.
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