Yachts Middle East searches for the most picturesque destination in Dubai... and may have just found it in the idyllic and beautiful Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach.


The Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach has long been recognised as one of Dubai’s finest hotels by those who truly understand classic service and style over the newer, more obvious kinds. The property defines understated chic blended with Arabian architectural accents.

Discreet, elegant, understated, and refined. All these qualities and more describe the subtle sophistication of the resort and when it comes to selecting a suitable environment to enjoy all the above The Four Seasons Resort Dubai has it in spades.

The Four Seasons Resort Dubai is exquisite inside and out; from the Arabian architecture – low-rise, elegant, and tastefully understated – to the subtly lavish interiors, with gentle accents of turquoise and gold. Its gardens are a highlight, with endless greenery complemented by an enormous Mediterranean blue pool and, of course, the pristine white beach, looking out to the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf.

It is not just about getting the food to the table, but using service to share our passion for the food.


You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining, as there is everything from Asian and Mediterranean hotspots to Middle Eastern dishes and succulent delicacies of the sea served alfresco style. With nine restaurants and lounges in the resort; plus Restaurant Village, opposite the hotel and still within the resort grounds, is home to numerous impressive dining venues, including, arguably, three of Dubai’s best restaurants and a nightclub – Mimi Kakushi, Coya, Nusr-Et, Scalini, Nammos, and Verde.

Folia is beautifully positioned within the gardens of the hotel and servers plant-based cuisine, while Shai Salon and Terrace offers specialty teas and excellently constructed meze plates.

A visit to Sea Fu Bar for pre-dinner drinks is a must thanks to its chilled-out tunes and laid-back atmosphere, where you can sip on signature cocktails as you watch the sun go down. A dining highlight was Sea Fu restaurant, with its Asian-inspired seafood menu and its unbeatable beachfront views. Thanks to the height-of-summer heat we were limited to a table indoors, but this didn’t detract from the experience; seats inside still boast stunning views of the Dubai skyline. We enjoyed Asian-inspired light, tasty seafood favourites from a menu that managed to be both unpretentious yet seriously refined all at once.

For breakfast, head to Suq, dine outside if you can, and enjoy fabulous views of the colourful gardens and calm Arabian Gulf while sipping on the finest coffee and eating freshly baked pastries. The food at Suq is on another level. It is a casual, market-style restaurant where Arabian specialties and international favourites are prepared à la carte. The food is varied, wholesome, and most importantly, delicious.   


Exploring the resort and lounging on white sandy shores can be tiring so make your way over to The Pearl Spa – it’s like a mini-retreat with its 10 private treatment rooms. The spa offers guests a host of pampering treatments from facials and massages to beauty treats and more within it in private suites. It also houses a fitness centre, a lap pool, and a hair salon. A must-try is The Pearl Spa bespoke massage. The session begins with a personal consultation before an experienced therapist works their magic.

For all you fitness fiends they offer everything from personal training sessions, spinning classes, and yoga in their private studios. There are also tennis courts and daily activities if you want to do more than lounge by the pool or on the beach. Plus a selection of water sports for from kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding to jet-skiing and water-skiing.

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What better place to disconnect from the world and recharge your batteries than Dubai, all while watching the sun dip into the Arabian Gulf. See, we told you we’d found paradise.

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