Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort

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The first Middle Eastern resort to offer overwater villas, this remarkable low level resort is situated on the eastern crescent of Palm Jumeirah, surrounded by water, lush gardens and a private sandy beach. A collection of rooms and villas are clustered in units of four to eight to maximise privacy, each uniquely designed with a contemporary Asian flair and many offering direct lagoon access. In addition, Anantara Residences, which are adjacent to the resort, offers spacious and beautifully appointed one and two bedroom apartments, which are perfect for families.


  • 293 rooms and villas and 220 apartments
  • 5 restaurants
  • 3 bars
  • 4 swimming pools/lagoons
  • children’s pool and play area
  • tennis
  • gym
  • Anantara Spa
  • Turkish Hammam
  • watersports
  • children’s club (4-12 years)
  • teens club (12-18 years)
  • free shuttle to Mall of the Emirates
  • longtail boat trips to Dubai Marina
  • free WiFi


In standard room residences with shower, mini bar, safe and balcony with stunning lagoon pr Dubai skyline views.

Upgrade options

Premier lagoon view rooms which are part of an eight room unit located on the first floor and have a bath and separate shower, deluxe lagoon view rooms which are part of a 4 room unit and offer a built-in day sofa, ground floor premier lagoon access rooms (king bed only), part of an 8 room unit, with large terrace allowing direct access to the lagoon, deluxe lagoon access rooms.


Breakfast. Half board and full board available


45 minutes from Dubai airport.

3 nights from £799
  • Travel included
  • Breakfast
  • Extranight price £89

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