Area Attractions

Andaz Dubai The Palm is a place to explore and engage, but most of all, share stories that ignite the imagination and offer a world of unique moments. Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultra modern architecture and lively night life scene. People from all over the world travel to this stunning city, thanks to its gorgeous colored Arabian Gulf shoreline, international culinary scene and larger-than-life attractions. Dubai is a city of superlatives, home to the world's tallest tower, the world's largest shopping mall and the world's largest man-made marina. 

There are plenty of iconic, historical and places of cultural interest to vist in this vibrant, friendly city. WIthin close proximity to the hotel,  you will find a wide array of shopping options, adventurous sports, cultural tours and authentic local experiences all leading to new discoveries and ultimately, to unforgettable memories. 

Andaz Dubai The Palm

Palm Jumeirah
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 390068

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Shopping

Nakheel Mall

Just a short walk away, discover Dubai’s newest addition to the shopping scene, Nakheel Mall is located in the center Palm Jumeirah just across Andaz Dubai The Palm!

Mall of the Emirates

Mall of the Emirates is home to the iconic 22,500 sq m indoor ski slope, Ski Dubai. This creatively engineered project where the scorching desert heat collides with freezing temperatures is awe-inspiring and worth a visit. With over 700 shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues this mall has something for everyone.

Dubai Mall

This unscripted 12000 store mall has many hidden corners to be discovered. Luxury fashion, native start-up stores selling all sorts, casual eateries and fine dining options are all available. Explore the outdoors from the lower-ground floor, where you will find the most iconic landmark in the city, Burj Khalifa and where you are encouraged to witness a show by the sensational immersive dancing fountain.

Arts and Culture

Al Bastakiya

With all the glitz and glamour this city has to offer, it’s hard to imagine what life was like in Dubai in the 19th century, which is when this distinctively local in every sense, native neighborhood was constructed. Visit Sheikh Mohammad Centre for Cultural Understanding where unscripted talks take place explaining the Emirati culture and heritage to all curious and savvy visitors.

Arabian Tea House at Al Bastakiya

Located in Al Bastakiya, this friendly restaurant and café is aimed at gracious visitors who wish to take a moment and imagine life before modernity in Dubai. Aimed at preserving cultural identity in the UAE, the restaurant offers fresh locally and regionally inspired dishes suitable for its locale.

Dubai Opera

Located in Downtown Dubai, this relatively new destination (opened August 2016) on the performing arts map, can impressively seat 2,000 people and offers a range of collaborative performances in different languages.

Dubai Spice Souk (Market)

Nothing screams history more than Dubai Spice Souk located next to the equally iconic Gold Souk. Also referred to as the Old Souk, both these markets are decades old and expose visitors to the indigenous way of buying and selling. Don’t be shy to haggle, it’s expected.

Alserkal Avenue

Uncover this hidden cultural district located in Al Quoz industrial area. You can expect to find some great art galleries and discover a friendly community of visual, performing artists and designers exchanging ideas, as well as plenty of interesting artisanal spaces. You are encouraged to check the events schedule to make the most of your visit.

Local Adventures

Sky Dive Dubai

Ignite your spirit when you experience the adrenaline rush of a skydive in this kaleidoscopic city. With various jumps to suit different levels of experience, if sky diving is something you imagined you would do, then Dubai is the place to tick that box.

Dune Bashing/Desert Safari

The desert plays a large part in Arabian history and culture. This newly urbanized country sees its people very much still connected to the peaceful moments and beauty of its unique deserts. There are plenty of companies providing a desert safari, check the reviews and pick one that offers an evening meal to feel the authenticity of the experience.

Al Qudra Cycling Track

This accessible 80 km stretch of paved paths weaving through the desert in an unscripted manner, offers inspiring views of Dubai’s sandy mountains. Rent a bike and lose yourself in a magical and stimulating cycling trip. Preferable timing is at sunset or when the desert is at its coolest.