Enjoy a timeless experience in the heart of the desert in Dubai, staying at the Al Maha desert resort, a luxury destination in the heart of the desert.
Named after the Arabian Oryx, Al Maha a Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa embraces two worlds at once. That of comfort and impeccable service, but also that of hospitality, tranquility and respect for nature. Located in the heart of a natural reserve, this exceptional address will delight travelers in search of escape in an idyllic setting.
Built in the image of a traditional Bedouin camp, this luxury hotel invites you to enjoy a change of scenery by staying in suites with refined decoration, equipped with private swimming pools from which you can enjoy a magnificent view of the desert and the majestic Hajar Mountains in the background.
From a 4×4 safari to discover the local fauna, archery initiation, falconry demonstrations or camel rides in the middle of the sand dunes, the establishment offers you unique experiences that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
The Bedouin Suites have a surface area of 75 m² and are surrounded by gardens. They have a bedroom with a king-size bed, a bathroom, a dressing room, a living room, an office, a dining area and a terrace with a private pool.
Al Maha, an extravagance Collection Wasteland Resort & Spa, Dubai is an opulent oasis of serene comfort and Arabian style in the center of the Al Maha desert. Bedouin camping tents become lavishly-appointed guest packages with their very own private chilled pools and spectacular sights as vast and significantly as the eye can see.
Stylish social locations abound, together with a comfortable and inviting collection of strong rich wooden tones, an open and airy hotel lounge filled with traditional artifacts that makes for the ideal convening article before and after the day’s routines, and an personal and leisurely bar for any late afternoon respite from your desert heat.
Wondering what to do in the desert? Well, if lounging round the lavish sunlight-drenched property isn’t enough for you, how about a guided stroll or wildlife drive for a better look at the Al Maha scenery, flora, and fauna that call the desert house? If a camel trek in to the sunset is more your speed, just get a hump, and head out.