Dubai continues to develop its offering

A number of developments opened in Q4 201

Ever evolving and growing, Dubai continues to surprise with stellar attractions and world-class developments opening almost every month. The last quarter of 2018 saw a host of exciting new additions to the city’s must-visit list and looking ahead, there’s plenty more to come in 2019 and beyond.

Among the newly opened destinations is Bluewaters Island, which is set to boast 200 retail and dining concepts in a modern district featuring unparalleled views of the Gulf. It is also home to Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel. Located off the waters around Jumeirah Beach Residence, Bluewaters is split into different areas including residential, retail, leisure and entertainment, hotels and beach clubs, with Ain Dubai rising as the centrepiece.

The island destination also hosts Caesar’s Palace, an internationally renowned luxurious hospitality destination. From innovative culinary offerings and awe- inspiring entertainment, to indulgent amenities, the hotel encompasses all signature elements of the brand experience. This also includes Cove Beach and Qua Spa, and Gordon Ramsay’s second Hell’s Kitchen.
Al Seef, meanwhile, is a calming oasis on the banks of Dubai Creek, which draws inspiration from the traditional architecture and souks of Old Dubai. The development features almost 500 shops, and restaurants with every cuisine you could wish for on offer. There are also cultural experiences such as art galleries and the Museum of Illusions.
Those looking to extend their stay in the area can choose to check in to Al Seef by Jumeirah, the latest property by the brand. The property pays homage to the history of the region and is a relaxing choice for inquisitive, quality-conscious travellers who appreciate authenticity.

In the landscape of the mountain enclave of Hatta, a range of new developments and attractions have recently opened that offer visitors a unique perspective of the national park.

A key draw for adventurers and nature lovers, the Hatta Wadi Hub helps visitors experience high- energy activities such as mountain biking, carting, archery, adventure rope-climbing, hiking, kayaking, as well as human slingshot and ziplining activities. The adventure centre also features Hatta Drop-in, Asia’s first water jump park. The developments also include Hatta Zorbing, a specialised zorbing centre for adults and kids where people sit inside giant blow- up balls and are propelled down slopes.
For guests looking for a serene stay amongst the mountains, the Hatta Damani Lodges and Hatta Sedr Trailers offer ecotourism experiences appealing to nature lovers. Hatta Damani Lodges comprise three different types of cabins to offer an exclusive idyllic mountain lodge experience, enhanced by Hatta’s ecosystem that spans extensive mountain and biking trails.

The Hatta Sedr Trailers, meanwhile, bring the first-ever trailer hotel concept to the region, featuring trailers transformed into hospitality units each with its own terrace

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