Dubai – The Palm
This serene escape mixes and mingles between the city and the sea.
How I See Dubai
Dubai showcases the biggest and best. It's a place for anything and everything, from luxury shopping to heart-pounding adventures. The city brings experiences to life, and we're here to show you exactly that.
Know Before You Go
Challenge your tastebuds with The Palm’s “Bucket List.” The one-of-a-kind menu changes monthly, so don't miss out. Try delicacies like sushi burgers, charcoal ice-cream, Mexican grasshopper fritters, or fried Alligator beignet.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the city.
It means 'Come on, darling!'
Yalla habibi, we're late!
Neighborhoods to Explore
1. Dubai Marina
Warm waters next to beachside restaurants and shops. Be sure to have a stroll down JBR walk.
2. Downtown Dubai
The busy business hub of the city, downtown is full of art galleries and restaurants. It also boasts the world's tallest tower in the world, Burj Khalifa, with Dubai Fountain nearby.
An old area of Dubai, this pulsing zone is full of culture and traditions. Explore markets, the Dubai museum, Dubai creek, Bastakiya Square, and so much more.
4. Al Fahidi Historic District
The Al Fahidi District has narrow walking lanes that create a labyrinth flanked by sand-colored homes. You'll find museums, craft shops, cultural exhibits, courtyard cafés, and art galleries.
5. Dubai Design District
Dubai Design District (d3) has been developed through careful consultation with the design community to provide a creative ecosystem that surpasses the expectations of a typical creative neighborhood.
Crescent Rd - Dubai
Sheikh Zayed Road
Bagatelle Dubai is designed to reflect classic Parisian elements highlighted by bold artwork and pulsating music.
Street 8, Al Quoz 1
Visit numerous art galleries including Christie’s and Sotheby’s, then pick one of many great restaurants like Peyote, Gaucho, or The Artisan by Enoteca Pinchiorri.
Warehouse 70, Alserkal Avenue
Mirzam chocolate is hand crafted from bean to bar at the Al Serkal Avenue Factory. Visitors can make their own chocolate, wrap it, and enjoy it with a fine cup of coffee.
Damac Park Towers
A contemporary art gallery that promotes Central Asia’s visual arts. Andakulova provides a platform to exhibit and support emerging to mid-market contemporary Central Asian artists across a variety of media.
1. Water Bottle
The heat is no joke. Hydration is key.
2. Smart Phone with Camera
Dubai is digitally plugged-in and full of great photo opportunities, so keep a full charge.
If you’re visiting from the northern latitudes, keep a small bottle of sunblock on you at all times.
W Dubai - The Palm
W Dubai - The Palm opens in March, 2018
on the west crescent of the iconic Palm Jumeirah.