This fancy pool has weekend retreat written all over it. Lagoon at the Park Hyatt Dubai is every bit as chill as it sounds.
The 100-metre infinity lagoon and the private beach looks over the Dubai Creek, a very pretty stretch of water in its own right. However lazing about on its 2,000 square metres of pristine sands, relaxing in a stylish gazebo or dipping in the tranquil lagoon waters doesn’t come cheap.
Day passes are limited and cost AED 360 each on weekdays and AED 450 at weekends. Access to this tropical enclave does come with AED 100 towards food and drinks from the Mediterranean inspired menu. Then there’s the priceless matter of red-hot social media fodder courtesy of this amazing place.
FYI, if you’re ready to escape to the tropics without boarding a flight, Lagoon is open now and we’re assured it looks just like the artist’s impressions we’ve been supplied.
If this beach club is out of your budget, you can still make like a little mermaid – Dubai’s beach clubs are now back for a new season of glam tanning, and here are some ideas on where to go: make a beeline to one of Dubai’s beach clubs.
Further afield, Fujairah’s Lava Beach Club is enticing visitors from Dubai to head north with its Ibizan vibes.
Lagoon, Park Hyatt Dubai, Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club. 9am-7pm daily. Call 04 602 1660.