Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts: Worldwide Luxury

With some of the most famous hotels in Dubai and 25 luxury hotels across the world, it’s no surprise Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts is such a leading name. They are reinventing the luxury hotel experience, with the highest level of hospitality, iconic designs and unforgettable features. Most Jumeirah hotels are in Dubai but the resorts are dotted around some of the most luxurious destinations in the world, from the powdered white sands of the Maldives to the sunny Balearic charm of Mallorca. Read on to discover three top Jumeirah destinations from each corner of the world, and what makes them stand out as pioneers of luxury.

This all-villa resort in the North Male Atoll is your typical Maldives paradise infused with an elegantly modern design typical of Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts. This resort is fairly new, having only opened its doors in 2019, so you can expect contemporary and stunning luxury villas. Each spacious villa has a Mediterranean-esque appeal to them, with rounded white walls that perfectly complement the dazzling turquoise water, a chic design that’s a bit different for the Maldives. You can opt for a beach villa with soft white sands on your doorstep, or an overwater villa with direct access to the sparkling blue waters of the Maldives lagoon. Jumeirah Maldives has 67 villas across the island, with each one boasting two storeys, a roof terrace and an infinity pool.  From floating breakfasts to private yacht voyages, this is the ideal resort for a Maldives trip oozing with style.


Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai

Madinat Jumeriah is a unique resort in Dubai made up of four Jumeriah properties connected by canal, designed to look like a traditional Arabian town. The intricate Arabian architecture, swaying palm trees and boats floating down the 5-km-long canal create a tranquil and lavish experience. The resort is made up of three grand hotels and one collection of summerhouses: Jumeriah Al Qasr, Jumeriah Al Naseem, Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and the summerhouse collection Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf. With 28 restaurants, a 2-km long private beach and a central location on the iconic Jumeirah Beach, you’re not likely to run out of things to do. Each hotel location within the mini-city resort provides a slightly different experience, so you can tailor your trip based on what a perfect holiday means to you.

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, Mallorca

Crystal-clear seas, dramatic mountain landscapes and the warm Mediterranean sun draw visitors from far and wide to Mallorca. This cliff-top resort boasts dramatic panoramic views of the UNESCO-protected Tramuntana Mountain Range and the Balearic Sea. With cliff-front restaurants, an award-winning spa and a vast infinity pool, this is the ultimate spot to soak up the stunning natural beauty of Mallorca whilst getting a five-star luxury experience. Whether you’re strolling the palm-lined streets of the charming Port Sóller village beneath the hotel or discovering Spain’s culinary traditions at one of the hotels' restaurants, expect an unforgettable holiday.

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We hope this guide was helpful for your holiday plans, but if you have more questions in mind, why not run them over with one of our expert travel concierges. We work hard to make sure your every need is catered to so you can sit back and look forward to those beachside cocktails within Jumeirah hotels and resorts.