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Golden Tulip Al Jazira Hotel & Resort ****

Starting from 405 AED

On its own island at the end of a 4 miles sea channel, Golden Tulip Al Jazira Hotel and Resort is located next to the world famous Ghantoot Racing and Polo Club. Luxury facilities include massage treatments and a sauna. Centrally located between the cosmopolitan Dubai and the more traditional Abu Dhabi, the Al Jazira Hotel and Resort offers bright, modern rooms with a flat-screen TV and white linens on the plush beds. Each opens onto a balcony furnished with a table and chairs. Recreational facilities include the hotel’s swimming pool and separate children’s splash pool. The hotel can arrange hiking, cycling and snorkeling trips. Car and bike rental services are available on site. Guests can enjoy a great choice of dining options at the Al Jazira including an international restaurant, a Turkish specialty restaurant and a poolside snack bar. The Bounty Bar serves cold drinks on the terrace, overlooking the pool area. Guests traveling by car can enjoy the resort’s free private parking. Al Maktoum Int


Five Continents Cassell Ghantoot Hotel & Beach Resort ****

Starting from 275 AED

Featuring a garden, pool and spa, Five Continents Cassell Ghantoot Hotel & Beach Resort is in Dubai. It includes a private beach area. Ghantoot Race Course and Polo Club is a 5 minute drive away. All accommodations at Five Continents are spacious, air-conditioned and feature a modernist design. Each includes a living room with a flat-screen TV, a dining area and a private bathroom. Guests can enjoy dining at the restaurant or play tennis, mini golf or billiards at the gym. After a workout, you can unwind at the spa or take a dip in the swimming pool. Ibn Battuta Shopping Mall is 35 minutes away by car. The hotel provides a shuttle to Dubai International Airport.




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