The Jeffrey Wilkes-designed Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai lends a sense of place to its seaside location. Taking inspiration from Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and Asian influences, the resort is bright and airy by day, intriguing and romantic by night, with serene pools leading to secret gardens and walkways to the pearly white beach. The hotel’s 178 rooms and 78 suites are spacious, the beautiful villas gilding the mix. Designed with muted tones and vibrant accents of orange, blue and gold against the ocean backdrop provided by the floor-to-ceiling windows. This understated elegance is enhanced by Moroccan rugs, Lebanese mother-of-pearl, wooded floors, textures, and fabrics from around the world. All water-facing rooms have balconies.  

The Japanese steakhouse Netsu by Australian Chef Ross Shonhan serves up warayaki cuisine prepared using traditional straw fire cooking. Bar Netsu is a delightful locale to sip on Japanese-inspired cocktails and artisanal sake. Tasca by José Avillez serves Portuguese cuisine in a trendy setting with views of the hotel’s infinity pool. At The Bay, a mix of Indian to Italian and Japanese cuisine is served in the brasserie-style dining room or on the terrace. The Spa is a highlight. An escape to private relaxation pods with a range of treatments that draw on Asian and Arabian influences. A hammam suite adds Middle Eastern flair. The Fitness & Wellness Centre provides strength training and there are numerous watersports and other activities on offer from the resort.

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