The Cool Pool of the Week: Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai

Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai

Got Millennials looking to take a dip at Dubai’s newest and trendiest resort? Tell curious Millennials about the recently-opened Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai.

Featuring a 15-meter lap pool and bubble pool, both offering great views of the Arabian Gulf and the sunset every afternoon, this area is exclusively reserved for hotel guests.

Clients can spend the day relaxing by the poolside with individual sun loungers, beds and cabanas, with music humming from hidden speakers. They can dine on innovative dishes prepared by the culinary team of Nikki Beach Dubai.


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Nikki Beach Worldwide recently announced the opening of Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai, the fourth in the brand’s global series of stylish beach and urban retreats, this festive season. The opening of the new resort signals a significant milestone for the brand, following the launch of Nikki Beach Dubai Restaurant & Beach Club earlier this year.

Developed by Meraas, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai is located on Pearl Jumeira and skirted by a 450-meter long sandy beach. The luxury lifestyle resort features 132 keys comprising 117 rooms and suites and 15 villas alongside 63 private residences.

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