Set among landscaped gardens and ornamental water features, the Palace at One&Only Royal Mirage evokes the Arabian charm of a bygone era. 235 guest rooms and suites offer a sanctuary of grandeur and a tranquil haven for rest and relaxation. The private beach plays host to a number of rich leisure facilities including temperature-controlled swimming pools and a water sports center for your endless exploration. The Olives restaurant awaits your senses with a colorful selection of Mediterranean dishes, the Tagine offers a truly Moroccan fare, while the Beach Bar & Grill is a great venue for fresh seafood. A stay at One&Only Royal Mirage is sure to leave you relaxed and properly pampered.
This all-day dining room boasts an intimate courtyard terrace and open veranda that overlook the resort’s gardens and fountains. An impressive show kitchen evokes a bygone era, with high vaulted ceilings, voluminous copper chimneys, enamelled cast-iron ovens and large wooden tables. Guests interact with chefs who prepare cuisine based on traditional recipes from Europe. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Dining Room
The Dining Room offers an atrium setting with comfortable intimacy and personalized attention that is discreetly present whilst always volunteered. Featuring residential cuisine that is inspired by the guest and crafted from the richest ingredients, The Dining Room is a master of creativity and a model of consistency. Elegant wicker furnishings, light floral patterns and the abundance of light promise a charming and stylish dining experience.
The Rooftop Terrace & Sports Lounge
Atop Arabian Court, The Rooftop & Sports Lounge is the resort’s most dramatic outdoor evening venue, where the sky is the ceiling. Within, a circular bar sparkles with activity, showing live sporting events. The mood is chilled out, a laid back atmosphere that continues as guests climb the stairs and relax around the central dome under the stars. The abundance of embroidered cushions and candlelight creates warmth and intimacy in the magical, musical Majlis serving cocktails and oriental mezzehs late into the night.
Bathed by the blue of the sky and sea, Eauzone is a place to contemplate the rhythm of ocean tides and the setting sun. On the beach surrounded by palm trees, Eauzone features shaded wooden decks and floating ‘Majlis’ – an Arabic word for a room in a private home used to entertain guests – overlooking the Arabian Gulf and translucent pool. The ambience is casual by day and stylish after sunset. Once night descends it evokes intimacy in a slick, refined restaurant complemented by modern food with an Asian twist. Open for lunch and dinner.
Nina is a colourful Indo-European dining venue. Descend the staircase and enter a vibrant, lively setting with an alluring sense of discovery. Flickering candles, curtain beads and contemporary music set the scene for an evening at Nina, the mistress of spice. The food enlivens the palate, with a strength of flavour and seductive aromas that create a journey of exploration. Open for dinner only.
A grand staircase leads into Celebrities, The Palace’s speciality restaurant for international cuisine. A wall fountain trickles over hand-painted tiles creating an elegant atmosphere. This is further enhanced by romantic lighting and a multi-level interior that overlooks lushly landscaped gardens. The interior colours echo those of the manicured lawns and foliage and varied hues of the sea. A truly romantic dining venue for special occasions.
Truly Moroccan, the ambiance of Tagine provides diners with more than just a taste of this mysterious land. The tobacco-coloured walls have been hand polished and wax plastered in the Moroccan tradition of Tadlekt. Lanterns, rugs and artefacts have been specially procured from around the region and adorn the restaurant’s series of moody rooms, arches and alcoves, creating an ambience akin to an old home in Marrakesh. Open for dinner only.
Beach Bar and Grill
Overlooking Palm Island, and poised between lush gardens and golden sand, the Beach Bar & Grill is a refreshing experience. Affectionately called "The Beach" by resort staff, the mood by day is informal on the shaded terrace where guests enjoy impressive platters of freshly grilled seafood and bright salads. By night, "The Beach" dresses up with flickering candles and a warm glow as chefs serve lobster, tiger prawns, mixed kebabs and prime steaks.
Olives is The Palace’s casual all-day dining restaurant. A sky-blue ceiling adds a sense of drama to this refreshing venue, with African slate floors, towering shrubbery and whitewashed stucco walls. Stained glass, wrought iron chandeliers, and colourful crockery add vibrancy. Marble-topped tables and cane chairs give the bougainvillea-covered terrace overlooking the palm-shaded pool a Riviera coastal cafe feel. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Housed in chic Arabian architecture with contemporary interiors, the Jetty Lounge is not a restaurant as such but an elegant beachside bar. Beverages and wines are complemented by a selection of light snacks such as mezzeh, quiches, Spanish ham and cheeses as well as dips and Asian-inspired platters. The mood is laid back, with sophisticated chill out lounge music. An ideal place to wind down during sunset or after work and a great place to enjoy pre- or post-dinner drinks. Watch beach-goers and boats on Palm Bay by day, and admire Dubai’s stunning skyline by night.
The Jetty Lounge is located at the beach of One&Only Royal Mirage and can be accessed directly from the main parking at The Palace.