Places for romantic dinner in Dubai
In 2001, the government of Dubai decided that they needed to increase the shoreline of the Emirate. That was the moment Palm Jumeirah project was born - a man-made island built by Nakheel (“Frond” in English), that increased Dubaian shoreline by 520 kilometers. By the end of 2009, Palm Jumeirah housed more than 500 families, and was home for around 30 world-renowned hotels, including Atlantis. The Palm quickly became a must visit place for everybody who comes to Dubai, and to this very day you can see lots of tourist strolling down the boardwalk.
While fronds were mostly built for private villas, crescents and the trunk are full of five star hotels and fine dining restaurants. In other words, Palm Jumeirah is the perfect destination for your ultimate sightseeing tour. Where else in the world would you find Rixos, Anantara, Waldorf Astoria, Sofitel, One & Only, Kempinski and lots of other famous luxurious hotels on a stretch of land that’s just 11 kilometers long (all these properties are built along the breakwater in a form of two crescents). And, of course, don’t forget Atlantis - a signature property, that is an adventure in itself. This behemoth of a hotel has 1539 rooms on 23 floors, 22 restaurants (including Nobu by Nobu Matsuhisa and Bread Street Kitchen And Bar by Gordon Ramsay), aqua park, private beach and even an underwater suite - what more could you ask for?
There’s a perfect way to see the whole Palm in a couple of hours - just get a speedboat, and enjoy some astonishing views of this Dubaian wonder. These days you don’t have to break a sweat to rent a yacht in Dubai - just book and pay for it online at CharterClick.com, and start planning your trip route right now. You will be able to race along both fronds and a trunk, and finish your journey either in Umm Suqeim or Dubai Marina area. Start rediscovering Dubai right now, and experience Palm Jumeirah from a different angle.