Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa Opened

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Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa, owned by Dubai-based Seven Tides Hospitality, has opened.

The Asian-style resort comprises 293 guest rooms and suites clustered in units of four to eight, with 130 rooms featuring direct access to 10,000 square meters (107,639 square feet) of lagoon pools, 12 beach villas, 18 over-water villas — the first of their kind in the Middle East — and three Royal Beach Villas.

Facilities include a 400-metre private beach, three natural lagoons, a shoreline infinity pool, Anantara Spa, and two tennis courts.

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As it also eyes the MICE market, Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa boasts a ballroom accommodating 300 people. This venue is located next to the private beach.

Six themed restaurants and bars include Crescendo, an all-day dining restaurant serving Middle Eastern and international cuisine; Bushman’s Australian Grill, offering Australian-inspired cuisine; Mekong, featuring Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese dishes; Beach House, a beachfront Mediterranean restaurant; The Lotus Lounge with a dedicated shisha deck; and Mai Bar offering poolside refreshments.

The hotel offers the Chill Teens’ Club and Tuk Tuk Kids Club. This December, it will launch the 16-suite Anantara Spa.

Anantara is part of Thailand’s Minor Hotel Group portfolio of brands, which also includes Avani, Elewana and Oaks.

For more information, visit dubai-palm.anantara.com.

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