Guests staying at The Rixos Palm Dubai now have the option of selecting an all-inclusive package making this the first luxury multi-concept resort in the UAE, reports Phil Blizzard from Dubai.
For those staying at the resort on Dubai’s man-made, iconic Palm Jumeirah an upgrade form the existing bed and breakfast and half board packages to the new ultra-all-inclusive package is now on offer.
Those who select this new package will enjoy a wide selection of culinary delights and a choice of over 70 international branded beverages from across 11 restaurants and bars.
Erkan Yildirim, senior vice president of operations for Rixos Hotels told Breaking Travel News: “We are really excited to be the first hotel in Dubai to offer such a service and offer tourists and residents alike a new hospitality experience.
“While ‘all-inclusive’ is quite a well-known concept in other popular tourist destinations worldwide, it is a relatively unknown concept in this part of the world and we anticipate that it will be very well received.
“But what is more important, this concept is totally luxury and we are confident that by launching this we will redefine the market in this part of the world.”
Located on an unrivalled spot on Palm Jumeirah’s Eastern Crescent, the resort boasts 230 guest rooms and suites, each commanding unparalleled views of the Arabian Gulf and Dubai’s panoramic skyline.
Its collection of nine restaurants and bars provide a dynamic dining and night-life experience while Rixos Royal Spa provides a haven of serenity and relaxation.
Its vast stretch of pristine white beach is reputed to be the best on the Palm Jumeirah, offering a wide selection of motorised and non-motorised watersports, a variety of beach and poolside lounging and a large temperature controlled swimming pool.
Characterised by modern interiors and renowned for its superb hospitality, the resort is a popular destination for families, couples and groups alike, offering a comprehensive programme of daily activities for guests as well as unique selection of venues for meetings and events.
The resort is 45 minutes away from the Dubai International Airport and can be accessed both via the road, by boat and by helicopter at the resort’s private jetty and helipad.