A grand hotel with an award-winning spa and a private beach on Ajman’s coast.
On a private beach on the end of Ajman’s Corniche, a 15-minute walk from Ajman Museum and the local souks
Airport transfer time:Approx. 30 minutes’ group transfer from Dubai airport (dependent on Dubai traffic)
Ajman has a quiet and undiscovered feel, with fewer crowds and trodden paths than its neighbours, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. And yet Dubai’s glittering playground is only a 30-minute drive away, depending on traffic – so if you want to experience this buzzing city, but stay in a more chilled-out setting, then Ajman is for you.
On a soft sandy beach that gently slopes out into the warm waters of the Arabian Gulf, this resort is reminiscent of an Emirati palace. As you walk under the wide arches of the lobby past meticulous flower arrangements, you’ll be transported to a stately Arabian home where soft latte furnishings sit underneath elaborate chandeliers. The service is as impressive as the interior, whether you’re ordering a cocktail at the Escape Bar or meeting one of the head chefs who might come by to check in with you at dinner.
At a glance
The Middle East's first Luxury Collection Resort
Lavish Arabian décor
The extravagant five-star Ajman Saray sits on its own private beach, steps from the warm waters of the Arabian Gulf. You’ll feel like you’re staying in an Emirati palace here. Picture tall arches, soft lighting, grand chandeliers and a palette of cream and gold tones. Its award-winning GOCO Spa has treatment rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the sea, and there’s also a Gentleman’s Barber – try the exfoliating black diamond facial for a supplement. In the bathing area, let life’s stresses melt away with a soak in the traditional hammam and brace yourself for an invigorating ice fountain scrub at extra cost.
Take barefoot strolls along the beach, cool off in the sea-view pool (and enjoy poolside service at the push of a button), and hop on the free hotel shuttle when you want to head out and explore. Local highlights include the city’s atmospheric souks and Ajman Museum. As a Kuoni guest, you’ll get free entry into the museum, which sits inside a restored 18th Century fort. If you’re into birdwatching, hire a kayak to discover Ajman’s mangrove-rich waters, where you might spot a soaring kingfisher or the strawberry-pink feathers of a flamingo.
Your all-inclusive stay at Ajman Saray includes a buffet breakfast at Vista each morning and, for your other meals, you can choose from the hotel’s four excellent restaurants. Taste round-the-world cuisine at Vista, succulent seafood specialities at Safi, fresh salads and grilled dishes at Bab Al Bahr, and flavoursome tagines at Arabic restaurant, Mejhana.
Deluxe Creek View Room
The rooms and suites are lavished in gold, teal and purple prints and have modern amenities. Each room has a private balcony and a marbled en suite with Byredo toiletries. Deluxe Creek View Rooms have partial views of the Ajman Creek; we recommend a room with sea views like the Deluxe Sea View Room or upgrading for an Al Dana Suite for extra space.
Luxurious gold and Arabian-style rooms overlooking Ajman City and Creek. • air-conditioning • double or twin beds • iPod dock • tea and coffee making facilities • private balcony • flat-screen TV • minibar* • 44m²
Also Available at a Supplement:
Deluxe Sea View Room
Al Dana Suite
Buffet breakfast at Vista Restaurant
Lunch and dinner at Vista Restaurant, or set credit or set menu for hotel’s other restaurants
Selected alcoholic beverages and soft drinks at Bab Al Bahr (11am-11pm) and at Vista Restaurant (11am-11pm).
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.
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