A Getaway For The Whole Family At Burj Al Arab Jumeriah

Friday 29th Mar 2024 |

Multi-generational travel is on the rise with kids, parents and grandparents seeking to spend more quality time together. At the helm of this trend is the Burj Al Arab Jumeriah in Dubai, filled with an abundant selection of experiences and activities to match every interest and age group.

Multi-generational travel

Situated on its own private island, the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeriah is an all-suite hotel, with a collection of two- and three-bedroom suites offering the utmost comfort and luxury for multi-generational travel. The collection of signature restaurants offers something for all tastes, while experiences range from active adventures on the Arabian Gulf to refined relaxation in the Talise Spa:

For Littles Ones | The hotel’s youngest guests enjoy complementary access to the kids’ clubs at neighbouring hotels. Jumeirah Al Qasr and Jumeirah Beach Hotel, where activities range from crafts and sports to screenings of the latest family blockbusters, while the nearby Wild Wadi Waterpark features everything from shallow paddling to epic rides and slides

Multi-generational travel

For Teens | Jumeirah’s Turtle Rehabilitation Programme has been instrumental in releasing over 2,000 turtles back into their natural habitats over the past two decades, and guests can see the initial stages of care first-hand at the Burj Al Arab’s aquarium. Active teens can also try their hand at water sports, including stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking.

For Parents | While the kids play, parents can explore the incredible architecture with a guided hotel tour, showcasing never-before-seen design elements from the chosen patterns and colours to the very first hand-drawn sketch. For a date night like no other, head to the Skyview Lounge for masterful mixology and unbeatable views from the 27th floor.

For Grandparents | The calming Talise Spa offers a menu of over 40 treatments, where therapies include the Burj Al Arab Renaissance, incorporating a lymphatic massage and radio frequency, alongside indoor infinity pools overlooking the Arabian Gulf. To explore Dubai, head out in one of the hotel’s supercars, on a chauffeur-driven tour of the city

Multi-generational travel

Rates at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah start from €1,500 per night (approx. £1,283), including breakfast and access to the spa, kids clubs and waterpark. For further details visit www.jumeirah.com.  

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