Aquadventure at The Palm Dubai. Photo credit: The Palm Dubai.
Iain Miller wrote this guest post about The Palm Dubai.
There is nowhere in the world quite like the The Palm Dubai, not even Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas, on which it was modeled.
The word ‘hotel’ does not do it justice. It is far more than that: a water park, leisure resort, shops, restaurants, bars: a complete holiday experience.
Let’s start with the basics. The Palm Hotel is located at Palm Jumeirah, a human-made archipelago just off the coast of Dubai which, impressively, is shaped like a palm tree.
Fashion Afternoon Tea in Dubai. Photo credit: Raffles.
Fashion and city traveler? If you’re in Dubai, head to Raffles Dubai for its stylish The Collection – Afternoon Tea which showcases the Autumn/Winter fashion collection.
“The concept of this chic tea is to enjoy delectable savories and sweets inspired by designer collections straight off the runway where the color, style and garnishing of the Afternoon Tea reflects the fashion trends of each season,” says Raffles.
The Raffles Salon, the hotel’s lobby lounge, serves designer-inspired sandwiches and savories including Betroot Salmon Party Dress and the Lemon Muffin Ring Box with Grain Mustard Cream and Peppered Mackerel.
The Peak Health Club & Spa, Knightsbridge, London. Photo credits: Jumeirah Carlton Tower.
Are you a traveler who suffers from jet lag? If you’re traveling to London, you might fancy a new treatment at The Peak Health Club & Spa, Knightsbridge.
The spa at Jumeirah Carlton Tower has introduced the new VOYA Jet Lag Revival treatment. A three-hour spa treatment, it is designed to help jetsetters “refresh and adjust to their new time zone.”
Spa My Blend at Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris.
Designer Philippe Starck has created a new Paris hotel spa.
Called Spa My Blend By Clarins at Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris, the “ethereal white” luxury spa is 1500m2 with a 28 metre swimming pool.