Elevated from the waters of the Gulf, Palm Jumeirah is a beautiful island that symbolises Dubai’s commitment to creating the extraordinary. Famed as an outstanding feat of design, the manmade archipelago encompasses pristine beaches and lush green landscapes. It also includes some of the world’s most exclusive resorts, restaurants and 5 star hotels in Dubai.

One & Only The Palm is a chic and elegant hotel where a combination of perfectly manicured gardens, luxurious interiors and poolside cabanas make for a memorable stay in this verdant oasis. Exclusivity and opulence are the order of the day at One&OnlyThe Palm, where you can arrive by boat to the resort’s private marina. A Michelin-starred celebrity chef restaurant, individual spa suites and an over-water bar complete the offerings at this stellar destination.

Polynesian-themed resort Sofitel The Palm, Dubai boasts a stunning spa and a warm personal service, offering a stay that exceeds expectations. The hotel has its own pristine private beach which houses separate Beach Villas with their own roof terraces and pool.

Infusing traditional Thai hospitality and architecture on the iconic Palm Jumeirah, Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa’s eminent location is quite a backdrop for this stunning hotel. Guests are spoilt for choice with rooms that offer direct access to lagoons, beach and pool villas that come complete with a private infinity pool or they can chose to stay in ultimate luxury in the island’s first over-water villas.

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirahbrings its unique mixture of luxury living and international acclaim is. Palatial public spaces, gourmet restaurants and world-class leisure facilities promise a remarkable destination.With views back towards the incredible Dubai skyline, Waldorf Astoria’s chic minimalist interiors and private pristine arc of white sand beach, round up the perfect oasis for visitors to the city.

Atlantis The Palm, Dubai is a majestic resort surrounded by gardens and white sandy beaches. Mouthwatering cuisine is served at 20 restaurants such as renowned Japanese Nobu, while the resort boasts an excellent spa and a host of boutique shopping opportunities. Aquaventure Waterpark and Lost Chambers Aquarium are also based here, making the hotel a favourite holiday destination for families.

The Palm Monorail connects the island with the mainland and is a novel way to get around. Embark at the Palm Gateway station at the entrance to the island. Ride the length of the island to Atlantis The Palm Dubai, and take in the sites along the way, which include a unique island overview and stunning views towards Dubai Marina, Downtown Dubai and BurjKhalifa.

Shaped to look like a giant floating palm tree, Palm Jumeirah has a two-kilometre-long trunk and 17 fronds reaching out into the waters in a design that has encouraged the creation of a natural reef. Some 94 million cubic metres of sand was poured onto the seabed using specialist machinery followed by seven million tonnes of rock when work on the project began in 2001. Schools of rays have been spotted in the waters lapping the fronds while the island itself is home to an array of birds and lush green plant life. By the end of 2006, 4,000 luxury villas and apartments were ready for the first residents eager to set up home on the island.

Although Palm Jumeirah has been inhabited for a few years, the developments on the manmade marvel are continuously underway with the massive Nakheel Mall set for opening in 2017. The 418,000 square metre entertainment and retail space on Palm Jumeirah will feature 300 shops, a cinema as well as a roof plaza with restaurants and bars, which will further boost the appeal of the island to residents and tourists alike.

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