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800 Metre Private Beach Now Open for Staycations at JA The Resort

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Starting from just 396AED per night, guests are invited to roam through Dubai’s longest private beach, 1 million square metres of space and nature at Dubai’s Largest Experience Resort, treating themselves to Dubai’s favourite staycation spot at a super-saver rate. Even at the value price of 396AED per night, guests will also receive the full price of the stay in credit, to spend in restaurants, bars and across the myriad of experiences available.

In a special offer just for UAE Residents, guests can enjoy the perfect combination of relaxation and action in the spacious and airy location of Jebel Ali, Dubai. Described as a ‘break in nature away from the city’, though just 20 minutes from Dubai Marina, travellers will catch that holiday vibe with 800 metres of white sandy beach to enjoy, a selection of outdoor activities, natural wildlife such as deer and peacocks, and multiple restaurants and bars in which to spend their complimentary credit.

With full social distancing measures in place, credit can be spent clay pigeon shooting at the JA Shooting Club, on the 9-hole, par 35 championship standard golf course with floodlit driving range, at the award-winning pan-Asian signature restaurant White Orchid or at the Sports Café for a casual lunch overlooking the stunning private marina. While some facilities remain closed for now due to government directives, guests still have options and use their credit for activities such as horse-riding, in the Captains Bar, La Fontana restaurant or on the 4 floodlit tennis courts, squash and badminton courts.

Families and couples alike keep coming back to the spacious accommodation of JA Palm Tree Court, winner of 2019’s ‘Middle East’s Luxury Family All Inclusive Hotel’ at the World Luxury Hotel Awards. For a romantic vibe with plenty of privacy, the beach villa-suites have spacious terrace balconies and plenty of room inside the60 square metre+ accommodation for a relaxing staycation with direct access to the expansive beach. The suites offer privacy among lush greenery whilst still situated close to all of JA The Resorts’ attractions.

As the highest priority, in the interest of guest health and safety, JA Resorts and Hotels have mapped the entire guest journey from check-in to check-out to ensure that every possible precaution is taken regarding sanitization, guest temperature checks, social distancing signage and low contact service interactions, in addition to following all Ministry of Health guidelines.

*Valid for UAE residents only.

*Pools still currently closed due to government directives

Ryan Namia
Ryan Namia spends most of his days reading over drafts of new written content and determining which ones make the final cut for online and print publication. He received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism in 2015 and has been writing since 2016. Got story to tell? Email him at eic@theglobalfilipinomagazine.com.

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