Vibrant beach-front property JA Ocean View Hotel on the Walk, Jumeirah Beach Residence is set to officially reopen on Wednesday as Dubai continues to move past the Covid-19 pandemic.
As Dubai reopens to international travellers, Goran Stojkovic, hotel manager at the Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre, tells Breaking Travel News why the city is well positioned to rebound quickly from the Covid-19 pandemic
JA Resorts & Hotels have received the #DubaiAssured Stamp following a health and safety verification process implemented in collaboration with the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing.
The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah is all set for six weeks of family fun, dining offers and musical entertainment. The showcase includes a stunning, three-night fireworks show – all in celebration of Dubai Summer Surprises 2020.
Azizi Developments has confirmed nearly 94 per cent of the work has been completed at its luxurious residential development, Mina. The property is located on the east crescent of the iconic Palm Jumeirah.
Alongside the borders reopening, Dubai has been awarded with the World Travel & Tourism Council Safe Travels Stamp, following the due diligence shown across the industry to ensure safety and hygiene measures have been implemented to keep residents and visitors safe in the city.
Dubai will today open its borders to tourists and business visitors for the first time since the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak. Breaking Travel News here takes a closer look at what has changed in the popular destination
Dubai has unveiled plans to reopen its borders to tourists from July 7th. The city hopes to welcome travellers from around the world while guaranteeing their safety under the guidance of the World Health Organisation.
Located on Palm Jumeirah, W Dubai – the Palm has been an immensely popular summer destination since it first opened – boasting a range of food and beverage venues and outdoor activities.
The Dubai Corporation for Tourism & Commerce Marketing has teamed up with the popular multimedia messaging application Snapchat.
Dubai has confirmed it will allow foreign visitors to enter from July 7th. Travellers with residency visas will be able to enter from today, in what is seen as a further easing of the coronavirus lockdown.
With the Dubai hospitality market reawakening after the Covid-19-enforced slowdown, travellers are looking for something special to blow away the cobwebs. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at some of the top-rated villas and private residences on the Palm Jumeriah – the perfect destination for the discerning holidaymaker