The Wild Wadi Waterpark is currently closed for maintenance from January 11, 2015 to February 11, 2015.
The Wharf brings great English pub food to this charming corner of Dubai. We invite you to sit on the deck, looking out at the tranquil Mina A’ Salam and the Arabian Gulf and enjoying mouthwatering fish and chips or roast lamb – as tasty as any you’d find in Britain.
Shimmers & Pool Bar
The Pool Bar offers a light à la carte menu throughout the day – it’s also the perfect place to lounge, soak up the sun and be well looked after. Next door at Shimmers, you can enjoy the beautiful beach setting as you gaze at the Arabian Gulf and the towering Burj Al Arab.
Bahri literally means ‘views of the sea’ – and as the name suggest, Bahri Bar is the perfect spot to take in the views of the waterways, the Arabian Gulf and the Burj Al Arab. Come and soak it all in while you sip on a refreshing cocktail.
Mina A' Salam is the 'Harbour of Peace' – and there can be no more peaceful way to spend your time than watching the abras and dhows drift by from the terrace of Al Muna. The décor of Al Muna celebrates Arabic style and heritage, and its cuisine is an exciting blend of not only regional fare, but also choice flavours from the rest of the world
With its exquisite dark wood, Oriental décor and high pagoda-like ceiling, Zheng He’s feels like an ancient Chinese Lord’s palace. And the feeling doesn’t stop at the décor. The menu at Dubai's preeminent Chinese restaurant is superb. You’ll find Wagyu, caviar and truffles and squid ink dumplings alongside more traditional Chinese dishes.
Al Samar Lounge
Afternoon Tea is a time-honoured tradition that is still widely embraced in the Middle East. What was once a filler between lunch and dinner is now a meal in itself – and a fine excuse to meet friends for an entertaining pause from the day’s business.