Ready for a Guinness World Record setting pool? Well, Dubai is. Emaar Hospitality Group has announced that its premium beachfront property, Address Beach Resort, is set to open in December with the world’s highest infinity pool.
The property has two 77-floor twin towers and will be connected with the tallest inhabited skybridge in the world. According to Emaar, the unique project has transformed the Jumeirah Beach skyline and is a candidate for the Guinness Records for the highest infinity pool, edging out Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Dubai finds itself in a unique place in the travel world, as it is not requiring quarantine for American guests, making it one of the few places in the world Americans can travel to.
Address Beach Resort and Address Beach Residences will feature 217 guest rooms and suites. Also, the residences will feature 443 fully furnished and serviced apartments and 478 unfurnished residential apartments.
“The opening of Address Beach Resort and Address Beach Residences is testament to our undoubted commitment to develop landmark projects with best-in-class partners adding new dimension to the luxury offering of Dubai,” says Rabih Karam, group chief executive of Al Ain Holding, the resort’s developer. “Impeccably designed and innovatively put together, the stylish Address properties are setting new global benchmarks offering spectacular service and hospitality across all its properties.”
A favorite for anyone who loves a good view (and what visitor to Dubai doesn’t), The resort features views of the Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Marina, and Ain Dubai (Dubai Eye).
“We are excited to bring the Address experience to life at the brand’s first beachfront property located at one of the most popular locations in Dubai, loved both by residents and tourists alike,” says Address spokesman Chris Newman. “From a number of food and beverage outlets and a luxury award-winning spa, to an array of luxury room offerings and spectacular beachfront views, Address Beach Resort is set to leave guests with unforgettable experiences.”
The United Arab Emirates combines desert delights with some of the most luxurious hotels in Asia, and right now Americans can fly to the capital of commerce of Dubai for underwater restaurants and then head into the sands for adventure and dune bashing (but not Abu Dhabi, yet). The Address adds a unique beach resort aspect to the Address’s many properties in the UAE.
“Zeta Seventy Seven features the most stunning infinity rooftop pool in the world with an incomparable view of the sea, Bluewaters Island and Palm Jumeirah,” Newman says. “Featuring a delicious fusion of Lebanese and Brazilian flavours, Li’Brasil is set to become the talk of the town,” he stated.
The Address brand is a Remote Lands favorite in Dubai, particularly the Address Downtown. The jealousy-inducing master suite at this hotel is the 343 square meter 4-bedroom suite. Boasting views of both the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain this suite can hold a party of eight for those wanting to bring the extended family along to the Dubai Expo. To dine there are many choices, but Remote Lands recommends the view at Zeta: perched on the very edge of the terrace on level 5, providing an up-close fountain show and the Burj Khalifa.
Travelers wanting to get away from the city can try Al Maha, set in the 16-square-mile Conservation Wildlife Reserve of Dubai. Al Maha resort is named for the Arabian oryx, one of many wild visitors to the nearby dunes. The Al Maha resort provides a rare luxury oasis, providing remarkable Bedouin-style suites and featuring temperature-controlled private pools and desert views. The finest rooms are had at the opulent Presidential Suite. At 5,705 square feet, the Presidential Suite features three large bedrooms and Arabian artefacts decorate the walls and water features in the majlis.