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Explore our resorts in Dubai

Dubai's luxury resorts for families and couples, relaxation and rejuvenation offer every attraction you have dreamt of and much more besides.

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From spa resorts to business centres, historic districts to ultra-modern malls, Dubai is a destination which defies the notion that you can't please everyone. ALL's intimate luxury resorts are tailor-made to ensure visitors to this key global hub will never forget their stay in a city like no other.

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Dubai is one of the world's leading transport hubs connecting East and West. So it is very much designed for the visitor. In a city where all you have to do is relax, you won't be surprised to find an array of easy ways to get to your luxury resort in Dubai, not least the airport shuttles which take you directly from the airport to your hotel. Alternatively, car rentals are readily available (and some resorts offer complimentary valet parking), or why not hop on the metro or bus for a quick, efficient ride to your ALL resort?Here is the place for content : paragraphs and listings
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There are so many things to do in ALL's beautiful luxury and wellness resorts in Dubai that you could spend an entire holiday without stepping outside! The five-star Sofitel Dubai The Palm, for instance, offers skiing and tennis alongside a whole roster of thrilling activities for all ages, while the Rixos Premium Saadiyat Island has its very own children's clubs, so our youngest guests are never short of things to do and new friends to make. What is more, all our resorts are strategically located to make it easy to get to must-see attractions such as the Burj Khalifa and Palm Jumeirah and to wander the streets of the atmospheric historic neighbourhood.

A food destination par excellence, Dubai and its luxury resorts cater to all preferences, tastes and ages. If cutting-edge fine dining is your style, look no further than the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr in Abu Dhabi. There, you will find the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, where the eponymous celebrity chef has designed an eclectic menu that includes delicious grills. On the other hand, Lock, Stock & Barrel at Rixos Premium Dubai JBR is a hip international bar that has rapidly become a mainstay in Dubai's nightlife scene. You arguably won't find a broader range of food and drink options to choose from anywhere else in the world.

ALL's wellness resorts in Dubai require little introduction, such is their reputation, but we would like to give you one example in the form of the Willow Stream Spa at Fairmont The Palm. This gorgeous on-site wellbeing facility resounds with Dubai's desert heritage thanks to its exceptional collection of treatments and therapies. After a facial or bespoke massage, you might choose to head to one of the resort's three glittering pools, with their spectacular cityscape views, or hit the contemporary fitness centre to revitalise and get advice from one of the personal trainers. Whatever your relaxation style, Dubai has the perfect option for you.

Dubai is a hot weather city, and in many respects it is a year-round destination because the skies are consistently blue and the city is designed for comfort. Generally, December to March is the most frequently recommended time to visit, as temperatures cool a little and people living in colder climates can take in some winter sun. (Be aware, however, that the weather cools a few degrees after dark, so pack some light layers.) If you are travelling in the summer, rest assured that your luxury resort will have air conditioning, so you can still enjoy everything Dubai has to offer.