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One&Only The Palm, Dubai Located just off the coast of...

One&Only The Palm, Dubai

Located just off the coast of Dubai, on a private peninsula of Palm Island archipelago, One&Only The Palm is one of the emirate’s most exclusive and intimate beachside resorts. Its marvelous architecture is an intricate mix of Moorish and Andalusian styles, with magical pools and pavilions, luxuriant gardens, and sumptuous interiors in soothing neutral tones.

All rooms are decorated with elegant carved wooden furnishings and feature private furnished balconies, freestanding marble baths, and state-of-the-art tech features. Allowing for utmost comfort and privacy, the classiest suites and private beachfront villas come with enchanting outdoor patios and glistening pools.

The magnificent Guerlain Spa on the premises offers fragrant, personalized treatments and topnotch beauty services in a delightful setting, while the decadent gastronomic experiences on offer are overseen by none other than three-star Michelin Chef Yannick Alléno.

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