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At Bab Al Shams Desert Resort And Spa you will find elegance in another world; expect the finest facilities and service affording you every comfort during your desert adventure. Children are catered for in Aladdin’s Kids' Club enabling families to visit with confidence, whilst parents can indulge in a range of treatments and massages at the Satori Spa & Health Club - a peaceful haven in the desert, featuring individual treatment rooms plus a dedicated room for couples. Activities further out include desert dune horse riding, camel caravan tours and desert drives with gazelle and oryx watching. Enjoy unique dining at the resort with seven restaurants and bars on offer, with highlights including a traditional Arabic restaurant with Lebanese singers and a rooftop lounge with amazing desert vistas.
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These traditional rooms are located on the ground floor and open out to a private terrace or patio with views of the desert, landscaped gardens, pool or ‘Palm Grove’ – a larger landscaped area within the resort.
• Two infinity pools and children’s play pool • Well-equipped gym • Table tennis • Croquet • Pétanque • Mini golf • Boutique stores • Bike rental and tours
• Prayer room • Business centre • Complimentary shuttle service to Meydan Beach Club (limited/booking required) • Concierge service • Babysitting service • Airport transfers
• Desert dune horse riding • Camel caravan desert tours • Desert drive with gazelle and oryx watching • Falconry show • Archery centre
Satori Spa & Health Club
Indulge your mind, body and soul at the Satori Spa & Health Club, where a collection of highly trained therapists and masseurs are on hand to ease your aches and de-stress your mind through a range of treatments and massages. Facilities include an indoor and outdoor relaxation area, a couple’s treatment room, individual treatment rooms, a fragranced steam room, sauna, outdoor yoga area, sunbed massage area and shower facilities.
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Bed & Breakfast • Buffet breakfast in Al Forsan
Half Board • Breakfast as above • Lunch or dinner at Al Forsan, Masala Indian Restaurant or Le Dune Restaurant
Located on the dunes approximately 300 metres from the resort. This signature dinery is the region’s first open-air traditional Arabic restaurant offering an amazing show to accompany your exquisite dining, with live band, Lebanese singers, belly dancers, falcon display, camel and horse rides plus lots more. Children welcome. Open 19:00 to 23:30.
In a sumptuous location overlooking the Arabian Desert there is a choice of extensive international buffet or a la carte. A children’s menu is available. Open for breakfast 06.30 to 10.30, Saturday to Thursday lunch 12.00 to 15.30, Friday brunch buffet 12.30 to 16.00 dinner 19.00 to 23.00.
Chic cocktail bar located on the 1st floor opposite the swimming pool giving amazing desert vistas during sunset. Besides drinks there is a wide selection of Shisha. (Guests under 21 will not be served alcohol). Open Sunday to Wednesday 18.00 to 02.00 & Thursday to Saturday 16.00 to 02.00.
Traditional Arabic hospitality awaits you at Ya Hala Lobby Lounge, with a charming and comfortable ambience. Enjoy afternoon tea, refreshing cocktails and light snacks. Over-21s only. Open Sunday to Wednesday 11.00 to 23.00, Thursday 11.00 to 01.00, Friday & Saturday 09.00 to 01.00.
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