happenings this month Around Dubailand & Outer Dubai
Around Dubailand & Outer Dubai
Updated on 08 August 2019

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

What to do
Sport activity
Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club

This popular club has become a centre for the city's favourite sport. If you want to copy a great polo player, you can book a polo lesson or alternatively book a leisure riding activity, such as desert hacking. Call 050-8879847.

Where to shop
Claire's UK
City Center Me'aisem

This shop is for those who love shopping for cute things designed to make one feel like a princess. You will find the latest trends from cool jewellery, hair accessories to gifts supplies, mobile covers, notebooks, fashion accessories and much more.

Where to eat
Wooden Cellar Greek Deli
Dubai Sports City’s Canal Residence

This Greek restaurant offers you authentic bites made from scratch. The menu has a wide range of foods, from freshly made Greek breakfasts to delicious desserts and slow-cooked casseroles. Call 04-5530467.

Where to party
Le Petit Belge
Park Inn by Radisson Motor City

 

Expect some great fun and food at this popular Belgian restaurant and bar. Besides an extensive hops menu, other highlights include Belgian Abbey cheese croquettes, fresh mussels and the rich beef stew. Call 04-2427794.

What to see
Bab Al Shams Desert Resort and Spa
Al Qudra Road, Opposite Endurance City

Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is one of Dubai’s best kept secrets. Just 30 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city in the surroundings of the Al Qudra desert, the five-star desert resort is quite mystical and will leave you spellbound for its eternal beauty.

Once the unravelling desert roads lead you to the huge entrance of this earth shaded resort, you are greeted with a low-rise, Arabian-style fort set in the desert oasis, made up of villas inspired by Middle Eastern architecture which have been accommodated with all the modern facilities.

The hotel has over 100 rooms, and it seems that all the rooms have been designed keeping royalty as a prime focus. Designed with heavy wooden furniture and deep red drapes, the rooms look nothing less than a royal’s room. If you care a lot about the bath areas, then the bathrooms designs inspired by Moroccan architecture are sure to impress you.

Feeling hungry in the middle of the desert? The resort has eight restaurants offering traditional Arabic, Indian, Italian and international cuisines and amazing views. Go to Al Hadheerah for fine dining Arabian food, Al Forsan for international cuisines and some amazing views of the greens overlooking the dessert, Masala for authentic Indian curries, Le Dune for Italian pizzas, Al Sarab Rooftop Lounge for the most authentic, endless Arabic atmosphere and stunning desert views, Al Shuruq Rooftop Terrace for light bites, the pool bar for exotic beverages and Ya Hala - Lobby Lounge for morning coffees and social meets & greets. Resort life by default calls for a spa session and the resort’s The Satori Spa, with treatment rooms, yoga areas, sauna, steam room and a maze of separate swimming areas will send you to your mystical world.

 To keep the adrenaline rush active, the resort offers activities such as Land Rover desert safari, bike riding, bumpy camel ride, horse riding, archery, falconry and the list goes on.

 Book your visit here for a classy taste of Arabic culture, hospitality, live food stations and of course a memorising desert play!

Call 04-8096100.

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