Area Attractions

From its humble beginnings as a pearl-diving centre to its meteoric rise as a modern city of compelling contrasts and boundless energy, Dubai is the dynamic nucleus of the Arabian Gulf region.

Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights is conveniently positioned at the crossroads of the bustling Dubai metropolis and the ancient charm of the old city. We encourage you to explore a vast array of Dubai activities and attractions, including shopping, nightlife, golf, horse racing, yachting, theme parks and museums.

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Shopping

Wafi Mal

Within walking distance from the hotel, Wafi mall is dominated by its legendary souk and modern interpretation of the Pharaohs, whose epic splendour is conveyed through exquisite stained glass, intricate mosaics, carvings and sculptures.

Deira City Centre

Dubai’s first mega mall boasting more than 350 stores across its large 3-level shopping mall.

BurJuman Centre

BurJuman has more than 300 prestigious stores, including designer fashions, as well as popular ready-to-wear apparel.

Dubai Festival City

Set on the historic Dubai Creek, Dubai Festival City Mall, offers world class retailers, restaurants, cafés and bistros, a 12-screens Cinemas complex and boasts some of the emirate’s most photographed sunset vistas.

Nightlife

360º

Perched on a long, curved pier, 360° delivers magical views of the Burj al-Arab, especially when the sun sets. Lined with plush sofas, top-notch DJs spin on the weekends and This club was recently voted one of the top 60 clubs in the world.

Barasti Bar

Barasti Bar is a top-notch beachfront outdoor venue that pulls in massive crowds once the sizzling temperatures drop and offers fantastic views of the Gulf coast thanks to its elevated decking. Laid back, welcoming and sun-soaked, Barasti gets packed out with a cool, casual crowd most nights of the week.

Boudoir

Step into this place to experience elegant dining in a sophisticated ambience. The interiors are done in deep hues, complemented by soft lighting. Watch the slow transition, as the mood shifts from classic jazz to funky house music.

Buddha Bar

Buddha Bar provides a medley of colours, textures, tastes and the unmistakable lounge music that owes its roots to the original Buddha Bar in Paris. The vaulted ceiling and burnished gold walls of the main bar and dining room is a spectacular sight.

Golf

Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

Voted one of the world’s Top 100 Must-Play Golf Courses, it is a resort located at Park Hyatt Dubai that incorporates an 18 hole championship golf course, a 9 hole Par 3 course, golf academy, six restaurants and bars, fitness centre, tropical swimming pool and a 121-berth marina.

Emirates Golf Club

Voted one of the Top 100 golf courses outside of the US by Golf Digest (May 2009). Emirates Golf Club, boasts two of the city’s finest must-see courses; The Majlis and The Faldo, as well as a 9 hole Par 3 course, golf in Dubai academy, a variety of restaurants and bars, fitness centre and tropical swimming pool.

Arts + Culture

Dhow Cruise

Cruise down the iconic Dubai creek in a traditionally decorated wooden dhow and enjoy music and live entertainment while enjoying your dinner.

Dubai Museum

Housed within the beautifully restored Al Fahidi Fort, the museum’s diverse collection of exhibits offers a fascinating insight into the city’s rich history and cultural heritage. Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms, and desert and marine life.

Bastakiya

The old Bastakiya district, with its narrow lanes and tall wind towers, offers a tantalizing glimpse of old Dubai and lies in the Bur Dubai area. Immediately to the east of Al Fahidi Fort, it is the largest concentration of traditional courtyard houses in Dubai.

Sheikh Saeed’s House

Dating back to the late 1800s, Sheikh Saeed’s House was built in a commanding position in the Bur Dubai area at the entrance to Dubai Creek, so that the Ruler could observe shipping activity from the balconies. It is a fine example of regional architecture, and features a pictorial archive of early Dubai and the Maktoum family.