Excellent hotel, would not even look at another hotel if ever returning, wont get better than this... See full review
Sep 23, 2014
It's not cheap but wonderful rooms, very comfortable beds, 3 pools and a private beach. The staff... See full review
Apr 14, 2014
Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa, part of the Meridien Hotels Group, offers outstanding views across the Gulf of Arabia in Dubai with Roman-themed spa facilities to rival any found in the real Italian city. Pamper yourself with Pevonia and Elemis-based treatments, join fellow yoga lovers, or work out in the gym before treating yourself to a fruit-packed concoction at the juice bar. Three palm-lined swimming pools sit beside green sunbathing areas, inviting you to cool off with a quick dip, while international cuisine is served in a range of restaurants.
504 rooms and suites
14 restaurants & bars, serving international cuisine and cocktails
Caracalla, a Roman-themed spa, health club, and fitness center
3 swimming pools
Tennis, squash, and a range of water sports
Penguin Club -- supervised play area and daily events and activities for kids
Business facilities: 7 meeting rooms holding between 20 and 350 guests
The Royal Meridien Hotel is located in the Jumeirah district, translated into English as 'beautiful.'It overlooks the distinctive Palm Jumeirah ' a manmade island shaped like a palm tree. Nearby is Atlantis, the Palm, a hotel and waterpark that boasts rides and slides, a dolphin habitat, and more than 65,000 species of fish. Dubai Marina, home to Dubai Marina Mall, is an up-and-coming part of town, and visitors can spend many hours shopping in boutiques or enjoying delectable dishes at one of the fine restaurants. The mall is home to brands like Guess and Ted Baker, so prepare those credit cards for a workout. When you're all shopped-out, head to the beachfront for relaxation in a gorgeous setting.
Hints & tips
Friday brunch is an entrenched Dubai tradition, and Maya Modern Mexican Kitchen + Lounge at the Le Royal Meridien offers an epic brunch with several live cooking stations' including a wok station?plus an extensive buffet with everything from shellfish to a chocolate fountain.
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Food glorious food with 8 restaurants and bars, we offer our guests the world on a plate. Pick out your lobster, fresh from the Gulf. Dine on the finest prime American Angus Beef. Share a pizza, created by a genuine Italian pizzaiolo. Savour a plate of st
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Very friendly staff. Great buffet, although it was a little overpriced. The beach was very pristine, and the outdoor facilities were also very appropriate. There are a number of outdoor cafes, restaurants, and areas to smoke hookah (shishah)
that may be of particular interest to those traveling in autumn or winter.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Within walking distance of this hotel is "The Walk" in the Dubai Marina, which is probably one of only two very nice pedestrian areas in Dubai. It includes mostly shops and restaurants.
This was my second stay at Le Royal Meridian. It is really a top notch resort with attentive and very friendly staff, great spa/gym, and wonderful restaurants. The pool area is huge and the hotel property is right on the beach. The breakfast
buffet that was included in my room price was excellent! Upon check in, we were upgraded to the Tower wing. The view from our room was spectacular. We also recieved a complimentary bottle of champagne. I'm not sure why we were upgraded and was afraid to ask in case they would realize they made a mistake. On the last day, I stepped on a small piece of broken glass while walking in my room. I asked the house keeper walking by for a small bandage. Instead, he got on the phone and called the doctor. In no time, the room was filled with about six staff from the hotel's various management areas offering their apologies. It was only a small cut, but the doctor still bandaged me up. I felt bad for the house keeper, because I'm sure he got in trouble for not cleaning the carpet properly. Later that evening, I received a very large fruit basket in my room. The hotel has a pick up service, but it is much cheaper to take a taxi to and from the airport. Despite the broken glass incident, I would certainly stay here again.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Madinat Jumeriah is a five minute taxi ride away. You get great views of Burg al Arab. I had some very nice shirts made there at a decent price.