Jumeirah has stunning hotels in the Middle East, but they also have exceptional properties around the world! Here are our top six.
The best known Jumeirah property is undoubtedly the groundbreaking Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, but you will find Jumeirah hotels in Asia, the UK, Europe and in the Maldives. And not just any properties. Jumeirah takes luxury hospitality to new heights with world-class hospitality and bold creative flair. Welcome to the world of Jumeirah.
Dive into the Maldives from your over-water residence
Jumeirah Maldives Olhahali Island, Maldives is a Mediterranean-style, contemporary all-villa resort in the azure waters of North Malé Atoll. Just 15 minutes by seaplane or an hour by speedboat from Malé Airport, you can be diving into the pristine lagoon in no time. Take your pick of 67 beach or over-water residences, from one to three bedrooms. In a Maldivian first, each residence features a roof terrace overlooking the lagoon, where you can enjoy barbecues, private cinema, yoga, or dinner under the stars. There are three outstanding restaurants, gelataria and a coffee lounge, while the Talise Spa is pampering perfection.
Natural highs in Mallorca
Perched on a ridge top in Mallorca, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa delivers a heightened experience under the Spanish sun. The site overlooks the cerulean blue waters with views to the Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO Heritage Site. There are 121 guest rooms including 40 suites, spread out over 11 connected buildings. Relax by the exceptional rooftop infinity pool, snack on tapas at Es Fanals, sip cocktails at the Sunset Lounge, tuck into a seafood paella at Cap Roig Brasserie, and sink into a world of wellness in Talise Spa.
Luxury on the Island of the Gods
Located in Uluwatu, Jumeirah Bali was built in the style of a royal water palace. Sitting on 11 hectares in the beachfront Pecatu Reserve, the property sits adjacent to a scenic 18-hole international golf course. Jumeirah Bali’s indoor-outdoor style ensures a seamless flow in what is an authentic Balinese haven of understated elegance. There are 123 one- and two-bedroom villas as well as a four-bedroom Royal Water Palace, each with a private pool and outdoor living area, as well as mesmerising views of the Indian Ocean. We love the dining experience at the clifftop Akasa Grill.
At play on Capri
Oh Capri, how do we love thee. And we also love the Capri Palace Jumeirah, a hidden gem tucked away in a quiet corner of Anacapri. The elegant-in-white Capri Palace is framed by arches, vaults and columns, a harmonious property that soothes the soul. Its 68 sublime guestrooms offer eye-wateringly beautiful views over the ocean, and we are excited by the two-Michelin starred L’Olivo restaurant, the new dining hotspot Zuma Capri, the spectacular Il Riccio Restaurant and Beach Club clinging to the cliffside just steps from the Blue Grotto. and the renowned Capri Medical Spa, a world-class medical spa facility.
The Tower of London
Sitting very pretty in the centre of Knightsbridge, The Carlton Tower has some of the best views of the city. With the feel of a sophisticated, private residence with its classic and timeless décor, The Carlton Tower offers 186 guestrooms and suites, with 87 boasting private balconies. The property features lavish furnishings, the latest technology and impeccable service, designed for the discerning traveller. Indulge in one of three restaurants, definitely experience the Tribute to Nature Afternoon Tea in The Chinoiserie Tea Room, and enjoy working out at The Peak Fitness Club and Spa, a state of the art gym, Pilates and yoga facility.
Hoist the sails in Dubai
We have to mention the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, because how could we not? Ever since it opened in 1999, its elegant sail-like structure, striking design, cutting-edge engineering and interior decadence has set the bar impossibly high. The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah has 199 lavish duplex suites, including two Presidential and two Royal suites, with views over the Arabian Gulf, in-suite check-in, and 24-hour butler service. Relax at The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Terrace with pools, beach and cabanas, dine in one of nine restaurants, and celebrate your stay with cocktails at both Gilt and the Skyview Bar. The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is a global icon of Arabian luxury.