Radisson Hotel Group has opened the Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah, the group’s first beach resort in Dubai.

Situated along the beachfront promenade at The Palm’s West Beach on the shores of Palm Jumeirah, the resort offers leisure travellers access to the city’s lifestyle and entertainment destinations, including Nakheel Mall, Mall of the Emirates, and Emirates Golf Club .

The property features 315 king and 74 twin rooms, with each room having floor to ceiling windows and balconies that provide visitors view of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai Marina skyline and harbor, and the Ain Dubai, which is the world’s tallest Ferris wheel located on Bluewaters Island. 

The resort offers guests access to the hotel beach with sun loungers, sunbeds with umbrellas, and F&B service.

It boasts of multiple swimming pools, including a podium swimming pool on the first floor, a rooftop swimming pool on the 13th floor, as well as a children’s pool with a Kids Club. Its infinity rooftop pool is surrounded by wood lounge furniture and sunbeds with white curtains.

The 13th floor of Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah features a spa that includes six treatment rooms, including a couple’s room and a Moroccan Bath for spa and beauty treatments.  

Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah hosts various dining venues – an all-day dining restaurant located on the first floor; Latin-inspired Esco-Bar, Caribbean-themed Black Flamingo; and Tonino Lamborghini Mare Nostrum, which is the Mediterranean-inspired rooftop pool bar. Quick bites and beverages can be enjoyed at the Grab & Go in the lobby.  

The resort offers three hybrid meeting rooms with infrastructure and equipment to meet the business requirements.

Radisson Hotel Group COO Tim Cordon said: “The UAE remains a key market for Radisson Hotel Group, and the addition of Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah is testament to our dedication to expand our diverse brand offering.

“The opening of Radisson Beach Resort Palm Jumeirah in Dubai is part of our Radisson Resort expansion plan for the UAE, where locals are increasingly looking for staycation resorts and international travellers are searching for resorts to soak up the sunshine and vibrant local atmosphere.”