Escape for an enchanted break in a fortress in the heart of an oasis in the middle of the Dubai desert. In a setting worthy of a palace of a thousand and one nights you will take time for yourself, far from the madness of the city.
Whether you are travelling as a couple, with friends or family, this escapade is for those who are looking for calm and pleasure during their stay in the Emirates.
ON THE AGENDA
- A TRADITIONAL WELCOME
- A BREATHTAKING SETTING
- EXCURSION IN THE DESERT, CAMEL RIDE OR ENCOUNTERS WITH THE FALCONS
As soon as you arrive, you will be immersed in the Bedouin culture. A delicious and thirst-quenching mint and lemon juice will be offered to you in a typical setting.
Keep your eyes open as you are in one of the most beautiful hotels in the world, worthy of a palace of a thousand and one nights! This is the beginning of a magical and timeless stay in a place that combines authentic oriental atmosphere and the comfort of a luxury hotel.
Built like a fortified Arab village, the hotel is full of small, well-decorated places. Once settled in, take the time to wander through the maze of alleys and imagine yourself in Aladdin’s footsteps in the old town of Agraba!
The infinity pool facing the desert of Dubai is a serene haven that you will not want to leave; except perhaps to enjoy a good massage at the hotel’s Spa.
At the end of the day, don’t miss the sumptuous sunset over the surrounding dunes.
The favourite activity of the place is relaxation and idleness but if you wish, you can take a trip into the desert aboard a legendary convertible Land Rover Defender to discover the surrounding ecosystem and observe gazelles and oryx in their natural environment.
You will also be able to meet the mythical animals of the region during a camel ride or get an introduction to falconry. In short, whatever program you choose, a change of scenery is guaranteed!
The tales of the Thousand and One Nights come from India and are derived from the oral folk tradition. Over the centuries, they have been enriched and are now associated with Arab culture. Their simple evocation plunges directly into a marvellous and magical oriental universe where princesses, geniuses and adventurers rub shoulders. Sheherazade, Aladdin, Ali Baba or Sinbad the Sailor are all familiar characters who appear in these tales and who are now found in popular culture worldwide.