Area Attractions

Enjoy from a range of exciting things to do in Dubai during your stay at Park Hyatt Dubai. Pamper yourself with a treatment at our famed Amara Spa, an exclusive Dubai spa, considered among the finest in UAE, or polish up your culinary skills with a master cooking class in one of Park Hyatt Dubai’s award winning restaurants.

Dubai offers sporting enthusiasts everything from water activities and skydiving to golfing and much more. Those wishing to shop can visit the world’s biggest shopping mall, or explore Dubai’s varied artistic and cultural highlights.





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Arts and Culture

Dubai Museum

Housed within the beautifully restored Al Fahidi Fort, which was erected around 1787 to defend the city against invasion, the museum’s diverse collection of exhibits offers fascinating insight into the city’s rich history and cultural heritage.


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

Bait Al Wakeel

Bait Al Wakeel is the first building in the city dedicated completely to administration purposes and is a great example of early 20th century architecture. The building is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dubai.

Hatta Heritage Village

The Hatta Heritage Village is a fine example of the heritage of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. Situated in the heart of the rocky Hatta Mountains, it provides the visitor with a fascinating glimpse into Dubai’s historical past.

Sports and Recreation

Jumeirah Beach

Jumeirah Beach is ideal for a family picnic on the weekends. It has picnic tables, barbecue areas, small play areas for children, a volleyball area, showers, and swimming areas with lifeguards, as well as 12 hectares of park land with food kiosks.

Al Mamzar Beach

Al Mamzar Beach is actually a 100-plus hectare peninsula that extends into the Arabian Gulf and offers a sheltered public beach, swimming pools, pleasant green spaces, and designated picnic areas.

Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club

The club's 18-hole, par-71 course rolls along 6,857 undulating yards lined with date and coconut palms, attractive water hazards, and shrubbery that lends a distinctly tropical air.

Emirates Golf Club

Book a tee time at Emirates Golf Club, voted one of the top 100 golf courses outside the U.S. by Golf Digest in May 2009. Host of the PGA European Tour–sanctioned Dubai Desert Classic and Dubai Ladies Masters, Emirates Golf Club offers two of the city’s finest golf courses.



Step into Boudoir to experience elegant dining in a sophisticated atmosphere. As the night progresses, the music shifts from classic jazz to funky house music. As soon as the clock strikes midnight, groove to the beats of Latino, filtered, and tribal music.

Cavalli Club

Created by renowned designer Roberto Cavalli, this multifaceted destination hosts a contemporary Italian restaurant, a sushi bar, a wine and champagne bar, a cocktail and cigar lounge, and a boutique, all encased within black quartz and six-meter-high Swarovski-crystal curtains.

Buddha Bar

This world-renowned bar is a popular hangout among the chic and the sophisticated, and is a perfect place to sip your favorite cocktail as you relax to fusion music. The menu is Asian fusion cuisine, including an eclectic range of sushi.

Irish Village

Irish pubs are renowned throughout the world for their vibrant and friendly atmosphere. This traditional wooden pub is steeped in its own character and has its own story to tell—a uniquely Irish experience in Dubai.


Mall of the Emirates

Home to over 400 retailers, this mall also offers a range of entertainment options, including Ski Dubai.

Deira City Centre

Deira City Centre features more than 370 stores, ranging from high-street to luxury brands.


The Dubai Fountain

Set on the 30-acre Burj Dubai Lake, the Dubai Fountain shoots water jets as high as 150 meters, equivalent to a 50-story building. The fountain is 275 meters long; it has five circles of varying sizes and two central arcs. It was designed by California-based WET, the creators of the Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas.

Jumeirah Mosque

One of the largest and most beautiful mosques in Dubai is the Jumeirah Mosque, a spectacular example of modern Islamic architecture. Built of stone in the medieval Fatimid tradition, the mosque, with its twin minarets and majestic dome, is a city landmark. It is particularly attractive at night, when subtle lighting throws its artistry into relief.

Dubai Zoo

The zoo’s modern facilities, though small, house many indigenous Arabian species, including the Arabian wolf (no longer found in the wild) and the world’s only captive breeding colony of Socotra cormorants.

Sheikh Saeed’s House

Dating back to the late 1800s, Sheikh Saeed’s House was built in a commanding position at the entrance to Dubai Creek so that the ruler could observe shipping activity from the balconies. With its wind towers and layers of rooms built around a central courtyard, it is a fine example of regional architecture, and features a pictorial archive of early Dubai and the Maktoum family.