Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah Beach

5* out of 5 stars

The prestigious hotelier brings its time-honoured brand of luxury to Dubai with this new property on Jumeirah Beach. Overlooking the Persian Gulf, the glamorous beachside hotel comprises 237 spacious rooms of the utmost comfort. Interiors are bright and airy, making fine use of Arabic décor traditions that marry well with modern design motifs. 

Dining takes place in sophisticated style at 10 gourmet restaurants and lounges – five of which are onsite while the others are located in an innovative venue adjacent to the main entrance. Here a unique, wraparound garden facade climbs to a high-profile rooftop nightclub.

The sublime spa at Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah Beach leaves guests poised, pampered and prepared to enjoy their luxury holiday to the fullest. Popular are the deluxe aqua thermal therapies and indoor pool. There are a further two outdoor pools at the resort, each lined with ornate gold and white tiles that sparkle beneath the lofty swaying palms.

These tropical trees form part of a garden oasis that meanders through the hotel grounds to the scenic shoreline where an array of exciting water sports and a beach club can be found. The wide beach provides sunloungers, parasols and refreshments; the ideal spot to bask in the Middle Eastern heat. Recent enhancement works have extended the beach even further - watch the video here for an aerial view of the impressive result.

Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah Beach welcomes all guests and is ideal for families due to its excellent children’s facilities. The Kids For All Seasons programme features a splash pool and play zone that your little ones will love.

Please note: A Tourism Dirham is in place in Dubai. As such, all guests staying at any hotel will be required to pay the amount of AED20 per night for a 5 star hotel, AED15 per night for a 4 star hotel and AED10 per night for a 3 star hotel. This will be collected by the hotel at time of check in/out.

Please note: The dates for Ramadan 2020 are 12th April – 11th May. Visitors to the Middle East during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your Middle East specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.

Please note: With the constant development of Dubai and Palm area, please be advised some construction work may be taking place around the city and beach areas.

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Food & Drink

Hendricks Bar

On the lobby level, this sea-view venue is like a lushly appointed gentlemen’s club, featuring club chairs, oak walls with leather panels and a cigar room.

Mercury Lounge

A jewel atop the hotel, this chic lounge is located on the sixth-floor rooftop, overlooking Burj Khalifa and the Dubai skyline on one side, and Burj Al Arab and the sea on the other. A top place to see and be seen, the lounge has an exclusive aura due to its intimate size and limited access. Private ‘majlises’ with alcove seating further enhance the feeling of exclusivity.

Sea Fu

A casual pool and beach grill by day, this open-air venue turns into a fine dining restaurant by night. The specialty is premium seafood prepared with Asian influences.

Shai Salon

With a name meaning ‘tea’ in Arabic, Shai serves tea, coffee and lighter fare. Close to the main entrance, the lounge is inspired by Middle Eastern architecture and features a large outdoor terrace with a sea view. It’s a perfect meeting place for social occasions.

Suq

Meaning ‘market’ in Arabic, Suq features eclectic international cuisine. This lively market-style setting includes three open kitchens, a private dining room and an outdoor terrace with views of the gardens, pools and sea.