Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa: Leisure paradise of the Middle East

The award-winning five star Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa, situated on its own private 800 metre, palm lined beach, overlooking the golden shores of the Arabian Gulf, is renowned for its relaxed holiday atmosphere.

Guests are offered the option to stay in one of two beachfront hotels; the recently refurbished Palm Tree Court & Spa and the original Jebel Ali Hotel, both offering great flexibility for families.

But it is the leisure facilities which really set the property apart from its competitors in Dubai.

Located just 15 minutes from Dubai Marina, this fabulous 128 acre resort features a private beach, lush gardens complete with waterfalls, three temperature-controlled swimming pools with swim-up bars and dedicated childrens’ pools, as well as a range of family-friendly activities.

With over 50 things to do throughout the holidays, guests can choose to golf at the championship-standard nine-hole course, ride at the stables, explore the bio-garden, make a splash with some water sports or simply relax by the beach or in the spa.

Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa also boasts a complimentary kids club and many child friendly facilities, making this resort is a perfect place for families with children.

 

But it is not for nothing that Jebel Ali known as the Middle East’s Leading Golf Resort by the World Travel Awards.

Golfers can enjoy the delights of playing a course used by legendary players including Tiger Woods and Ernie Els.

The nine-hole, par 36, championship standard course is situated within the idyllic grounds of the resort.

Designed by Peter Harradine and opened in 1998, each hole is uniquely landscaped with exotic trees, shrubs and original desert flora and also features a saltwater lake which comes into play on five holes.

The wooden gazebos, views of the Arabian Gulf and peacocks which freely roam the fairways have added a special charm to this course that is a fair and exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities.

Which so much to do, the hardest choice will be deciding when to visit!