On a seahorse-shaped island that juts into the blue waters of Jumeirah Bay, the Bulgari Resort Dubai delivers with confidence. The low-rise design by renowned architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel seeing the 15 private mansions, 101 guestrooms and suites, 20 villas and Bulgari’s first-ever Marina and Yacht Club realised. All rooms boast a balcony with expansive sea, marina or skyline views, oversized bathtubs, separate shower, and an abundance of Bulgari bath products. The remarkable seafront and skyline villas with a private butler, rank among the most expensive accommodations in the city and the stylish 1 to 3-bedroom villas include kitchenettes, marble bathtubs and private pools – many with the beach right on their doorstep.

The resort has six restaurants, including the Italian restaurant Il Ristorante by three-Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito, Il Bar, and Hoseki Restaurant for Japanese cuisine. The Yacht Club Restaurant serves seafood cuisine, Il Cafe international fare and light meals, the Lobby an incredible afternoon tea. Guests needing a sweet treat will find artisanal haute couture chocolates at Bulgari’s Il Cioccolato. There is a sizeable spa with a hammam, indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, beauty salon and traditional barbershop. Italian touches dominate throughout, of course, with travertine marble from Tivoli in the rooms, and Vicenza stone walls in the spa. Active guests can enjoy water sports, cycling around the property and much more.

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