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Class of 2020 Volleyball Top Prospect Database

Iowa Preps has updated our Class of 2020 top volleyball prospect database now!

"Winning" Is Best Part Of Lake Dallas High School Volleyball

Although the CBS 11 Pep Rally at Lake Dallas High School was focused on Friday's football game, the volleyball team was there to support the school as well.

"Winning" Is Best Part Of Lake Dallas High School Volleyball

Although the CBS 11 Pep Rally at Lake Dallas High School was focused on Friday's football game, the volleyball team was there to support the school as well.

"Winning" Is Best Part Of Lake Dallas High School Volleyball

Although the CBS 11 Pep Rally at Lake Dallas High School was focused on Friday's football game, the volleyball team was there to support the school as well.

"Winning" Is Best Part Of Lake Dallas High School Volleyball

Although the CBS 11 Pep Rally at Lake Dallas High School was focused on Friday's football game, the volleyball team was there to support the school as well.

University Book Store Headlines: 10.20.17

Purdue hoops to help relief effort, volleyball battles No. 1 Penn State and much more in today's headlines.

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

16 Dogs Who Are Better At Sports Than You

AS IF you needed 16 more reasons you will never be as good or as cute as dogs! I feel for you! But also, here are 16 dogs who are better than you at sports. AirBud has nothing on these doggos. Doggo number 1 is a baseball MVP and tackles like it is football. Doggo number 2 is a future FIFA Goalie. Doggo number 3 bullied you in gym because he was an all star volleyball player. Doggo number 4 and 5 can really swing a bat. Check out the video to see the rest of the all star pups in action!

Iowa's Top Volleyball Defensive Specialists in 2020

Iowa Preps has updated our list of the top volleyball defensive specialists within the Class of 2020 now!

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

The 10 best Dubai beach hotels

An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

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An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

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An insider's guide to the best beach hotels in Dubai, for oceanfront villas, amazing sea views, exclusive bars, infinity pools, watersports and more. One&Only The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating One&Only The Palm is one of Dubai’s most secluded and seductive beachside resorts, offering three restaurants by Michelin-starred French chef Yannick Alléno, indulgent spa treatments from the UAE’s only Guerlain Spa, and a spectacular pool. With just 90 rooms and suites and four riad-like villas surrounded by lush gardens, the resort has a boutique hotel feel (for Dubai's standards). It has a magical feel at night when it is lit by lanterns. Read expert review From £810per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Dubai Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah BeachDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating The family-friendly Four Seasons Resort Dubai is home to Mercury, one of Dubai's – if not the world's – coolest rooftop bars. When you're not admiring the views take a walk in the colourful gardens or enjoy the private beach. All of the hotel’s 237 spacious rooms have balconies which either face directly onto the beach or out over the downtown skyline - book a room on this side if you want to see the twinkling Burj Khalifa piercing the night sky. Read expert review From £435per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the United Arab Emirates Fairmont The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This beachfront hotel has a relaxed vibe but is still within easy reach of the city, with palm-shaded pools and views of Dubai Marina's skyscrapers in the distance. It's great for families and couples alike, and facilities include a fabulous spa, adults-only pool and excellent kids’ club. There are four pools and an 800-metre private beach with volleyball nets, table tennis, speedboat rides and watersports. The hotel feels elegant and luxurious, with creamy marble and a sand-meets-sea palette of beige, tan and aquamarine. Read expert review From £269per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Abu Dhabi Jumeirah Al NaseemDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating If you prefer modern neutrals to Arabian opulence, this low-rise resort is for you. Its sea-facing gardens designed by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley are the focal point of the hotel, with three large pools including an adults-only pool, giant hanging chairs and plenty of palm trees. There’s also a seawater lagoon for rescued sea turtles to recuperate in before being released back into the wild. The beach, dotted with turquoise umbrellas and cabanas with billowing white drapes, is mere metres away. Read expert review From £443per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in Oman Jumeirah Beach HotelDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This fantastic family-friendly property is one of Dubai’s original beach resorts, and remains as popular as ever. With an on-site waterpark and a huge variety of activities and restaurants, it’s easy to see why this five-star hotel is a universal winner. It's designed so all rooms are sea-facing with views of the sail-shaped Burj, and décor is modern and practical. There's a kilometre-long stretch of private beach bookended by the adult-orientated Cove Beach bar and restaurant. Read expert review From £273per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The best hotels in the Middle East Atlantis, The PalmDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating This underwater-themed resort boasts a crowd-pleasing waterpark, two pools and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Opulent suites and fine-dining restaurants are aimed at luxury travellers, but really Atlantis is a bustling family resort. Embrace it as such and you’ll have a ball. The kitsch, under-the-sea décor – think shell-patterned carpets, clam-shaped lights and handles fashioned like fish – may not be to everyone’s taste but it certainly is fun. There are more than 1,500 rooms, each with their own balcony overlooking the ocean or The Palm. Read expert review From £312per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel suites JA Palm Tree CourtDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating A stylish all-suite resort set on a pristine beach with lush gardens, several pools, multiple restaurants and a raft of activities. It manages to be both family-friendly and quiet enough for couples, thanks to an adults-only pool and spacious lawn by the beach. With a string of low-rise buildings set among gardens with streams, waterfalls and a pride of peacocks, the resort feels incredibly relaxing. Contemporary interiors with high ceilings, large windows and neutral shades add to the laidback luxury vibe. Read expert review From £249per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best honeymoon hotels One&Only Royal MirageDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating Opulence abounds at this modern Arabian palace. If you're not relaxing in your plush bedroom, smoking sheesha under palm trees at Courtyards bar, eating fine Moroccan fare at Tajine or enjoying the Oriental-style hammam, then perhaps you can be found at the Jumeirah Beach or Mall of the Emirates, both nearby. Rooms are opulent with plush carpets, drapes and bedspreads, big marble bathrooms, Oriental lanterns, beautiful toiletries, and balconies or terraces. Read expert review From £396per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's best spa hotels The Ritz-Carlton, DubaiDubai, United Arab Emirates 9Telegraph expert rating In a metropolis well versed in excess, Dubai’s Ritz-Carlton delivers luxury with elegant restraint. Despite its bounty of rooms, suites, swimming pools, restaurants and bars, the air here is intimate and discreet; a lush, tranquil retreat from the hyperactive sprawl surrounding it. Marble, Arabesque arches and trickling water set a soothing tone in the lobby, off which awaits the hushed refinement of the Lobby Lounge, complete with cathedral-like wooden ceiling, harpist (Monday to Saturday) and evening jazz (Thursday). The hotel’s Eden-esque gardens lead to a private beach. Read expert review From £321per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most romantic hotels Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaDubai, United Arab Emirates 8Telegraph expert rating Le Royal Meridien may be one of Dubai’s oldest beach resorts, but its massive swimming pools, extensive stretch of squeaky white sand and first-rate children’s facilities make it one of the city’s most popular family escapes. At the far end of Dubai’s seemingly never-ending Jumeirah Beach, the location won’t suit visitors wanting to focus on the cultural and historic sights of Old Dubai, but if your main interests are water-sports and working on that tan, punctuated by eating and drinking, you’ll be perfectly happy here. Read expert review From £255per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com • The world's most expensive hotel rooms

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