Courtesy of Th8 Palm resort, of course.
Beaches, humidity, trendy eateries, flashy sports cars, and plenty of glitz – it’s easy to see why people constantly compare Dubai and Miami. And while the coastal city’s appeal is undeniable, is it really worth the 16-hour flight? Hint: no. After all, Th8 Palm is now open for bookings.
Managed by Accor, the new beachside resort has taken up residence on Palm Jumeirah (where else?) and boasts endless ocean views that set the tone. Inspired by the fashion, glamour, jet-set lifestyle and art deco scene of Miami Beach, the vibe at this all-suite resort is expected to be luxurious, yet unpretentious – a.k.a. the sweet spot that not every property can pull off. Th8 Palm houses 121 suites, each innovatively designed and sleekly furnished. Elsewhere, Mediterranean-influenced cuisine will be served at Envy, while Fluid Beach Club is expected to host Ibiza DJs every weekend.
Th8 Palm draws inspiration from the infinity symbol, which signifies the concept of limitlessness. Here, that will translate to endless possibilities for those seeking original experiences in the world of hospitality. And to give staycationers a taste, the property has two fantastic room offers to choose from:
Guests are invited to Celebr8 in true Th8 style and enjoy the ultimate indulgence of a one-bedroom suite and all its lavish amenities. Starting from AED 1,788 for two, fashionistas and jetsetters alike can enjoy a complimentary bottle of bubbly and strawberries, and dress up in fluffy bathrobes that can be taken away as a keepsake of their stay (alongside a Th8 music compilation to get in the mood for a perfect staycation).
Alternatively, choose to Elev8 further with a luxurious package, starting from AED 7,888 for a one-bedroom suite per night for two guests. This one’s inclusive of two-way limousine transfers within Dubai, a bottle of bubbly on arrival, and a private Day Cabana by the pool – all topped off by unlimited food and house beverages during the stay.
GO: Visit https://all.accor.com for reservations and more information.