The Wild Wadi Waterpark is currently closed for maintenance from January 11, 2015 to February 11, 2015.
Not only is the Arboretum at Madinat Jumeirah something of an ambassador for Arabian dining culture and cuisine, it’s a hub of great international food too. Sumptuous all-day dining takes place in a light, airy and spacious environment.
Al Hambra is traditional Spanish eatery with an unerring knack of making you feel at home. You’d be forgiven for thinking you’re in a bustling Valencian taverna – but one glance at the view of the palm-fringed canals from the terrace will remind you of your romantic Gulf location.
Take a stroll out to sea along the wooden pier towards the twinkling lights of Pierchic. Perched upon stilts in the open water, this is a restaurant like no other. With uninterrupted views of the ocean, the majestic Burj Al Arab, and a panorama of the beautiful Madinat Jumeirah resort, Pierchic is sure to uncover the romantic in you.
There are few better places to be as the sun goes down than the lavish terrace of Koubba Bar, one of the most stylish bars at Madinat Jumeirah.
Al Fayrooz Lounge
Visit the lounge for traditional English Tea or Afternoon Tea and enjoy a delicious selection of sweet treats including Victoria Sponge, English fruit cake, tea cakes, sandwiches, scones and more. Sit back, take stock and contemplate the elegant surroundings of the lounge, and its views of the winding waterways, the Arabian Gulf, and of course the majestic Burj Al Arab
If you’re particular about your steak, you’ll relish dining at MJ’s. It’s a meat lover's paradise, with time-honoured steakhouse favourites perfected under one roof. Step inside and you’ll think you’ve stepped off the sidewalk into one of New York City’s finest – it’s a sophisticated blend of Upper East Side gourmet and Midtown Manhattan cool.
Khaymat Al Bahar
Inspired by Bedouin tents, Khaymat Al Bahar is set in the grounds of Al Qasr hotel and serves the beach and pool with international and Arabic cuisine from breakfast until late