Spa treatments and facilities are also featured. All accommodation at the Grand Hyatt Dubai is decorated with traditional Arabic touches. It features a flat-screen TV, free WiFi and a minibar. The luxury marble bathroom includes spa tub, bathrobes and exclusive toiletries.Guests can choose from Indian, Japanese and Singaporean food amongst the Grand Hyatt’s restaurants. Guests can dine on one of the terraces overlooking the resort grounds. The open kitchens allow diners to see the chefs in action.
Enjoy sunbathing in the extensive pool area, make use of the indoor pool, or work out in the state-of-the-art fitness centre. The Grand Hyatt has an atrium, featuring a tropical indoor garden with streams and bridges. Dubai Creek Golf & Yachtclub is less than 1.2 miles from the property. Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall are 15 minutes' drive away. The resort is only a 15-minute walk from Wafi Shopping Mall. A free shuttle bus service is available.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Bed and Breakfast (7 nights)
One of the most modern and luxurious Dubai hotels, Grand Hyatt Dubai towers majestically over the edge of Dubai's historic creek. Grand Hyatt Dubai is one of the five star hotels in Dubai which is closely located to the financial and entertainment districts such as Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa.
This hotel is located 9km from the beach.
This hotel is located 10km from the international airport.
The comfortable rooms each come with a bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer, satellite/ cable TV, Internet access, a tea/coffee maker, a minibar, air conditioning and a hire safe.
Standard Rooms - Stunning views of Dubai's skyline welcome you to a spacious 39-square-metre room offering contemporary decor and classical Arabian touches.
Deluxe Rooms - Relax in a spacious 66-square-metre room offering Arabian touches and stunning views of Dubai's historic creek and parklands. Luxury amenities include one king bed, marble bathroom with bathtub, shower and bidet and work area with complimentary high-speed Internet access.
Suite rooms - Have all the amenities of deluxe rooms with a spacious 88-square-metre area.
Experience a wide range of dining options by taking a culinary journey through the 14 award-winning Dubai restaurants and bars at Grand Hyatt. Featuring authentic, international cuisines enjoy delectable dishes along with soulful music by checking out some of the live entertainment we offer. Guests can choose from Indian, Japanese and Singaporean food amongst the Hyatt’s restaurants. Guests can dine on one of the terraces overlooking the resort grounds. The open kitchens allow diners to see the chefs in action.
Grand Seafood Buffet - Indulge in an all-you-can-eat experience as you enjoy the extensive seafood selection, served along with other international delights.
Manhattan Grill steakhouse - Gives you a classic New York experience. Satisfy your craving for meaty tenderness with hearty steaks or juicy burgers. The steakhouse in Dubai features a large selection of New and Old World wines by the glass and bottle.
Andiamo - A chic Italian restaurant in Dubai, offering the essence of northern Italian cuisine in a light-hearted, casual and contemporary atmosphere. The Italian restaurant in Dubai specializes in antipasti, pizzas, home-made pastas and regional delicacies, capturing the essence of Italy.
Leisure options include an indoor swimming pool, a further pool with a separate children's pool, paddling pools and a poolside snack bar. In addition, the hotel features a health spa with steam baths as well as cosmetic and medical treatments (added fee). Sports fans are offered 4 tennis courts, 2 squash courts, jogging track and gym
The Middle East’s first all-grass golf course dates to 1988 and it continues as the most prominent course in the region. Host to the annual Omega Dubai Desert Classic for nearly 30 years, Emirates is best recognized for its lush landscaping, desert accents and skyscraper backdrops, such as at the par-4 eighth, setting for two-time champion Rory McIlroy’s “Standing in the Hall of Fame” Omega watch ad.
Once known as Wadi (“Valley”), for the natural feature that graces the layout, the sister course to Majlis was reworked by Sir Nick Faldo in 2006. A watery front nine gives way to more interesting terrain on the back. At more than 7,000 yards from the tips, the Faldo is near-equal in challenge to the Majlis, if not in character, but it is floodlit for night play, a huge plus when the mercury soars.
This 2009 Greg Norman design plays host each November to the PGA European Tour’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship. It’s mostly open, with generous landing areas, but at 7,706 yards, plus water, wind and sand, it’s a stern challenge, notably at the par-5 18th, where a serpentine, rock-lined stream bisects the middle of the fairway. Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson have each won twice here since 2012.
The sibling to Jumeirah’s championship course might well be called “Jumeirah Earth Light.” It’s another Greg Norman creation from 2009 and dishes out many of the same features as its brawnier brother, but it’s more playable for the average golfer, with more strategy options and more receptive greens.
Adjacent to the Park Hyatt Dubai, Dubai Creek furnishes a superior par-3 course—Rory McIlroy has sampled it—and a totally fun championship 18. The finish is world-class, with the 354-yard 17th and the 421-yard 18th a pair of riveting par-4s that skirt the wide, boat-filled Dubai Creek. Behind the 18th green is one of golf’s most distinctive clubhouses, which resembles the sails of an Arabic dhow.
The club’s namesake designer, Ernie Els, is nicknamed, “The Big Easy.” His 2008 design within Dubai Sports City is anything but. At 7,538 yards, it’s a muscular layout even with extra-roomy fairway landing areas and you’ll have acres of bright white sand to avoid, both in the form of traditional, often steep bunkers and in the vast, scrub-dotted transition areas that separate holes.
Hewn from the flat desert floor in 2005 by Robert Trent Jones II, Al Badia debuted as the Four Seasons Dubai , near the remarkable Dubai Festival City. Now part of the InterContinental Hotel Dubai, the 7,300-yard layout is better than ever, thanks to a “river of sand” design element and multiple lakes that add beauty and menace at such strategic gems as the par-4 sixth, par-4 ninth and par-5 18th.
The Montgomerie, as it’s generally called, is a 7,461-yard, 2002 Colin Montgomerie/Desmond Muirhead resort/residential design. While billed as links-style due its lack of trees, the 15-year-old course sports 14 lakes and a plethora of mounds and sand bunkers. Most memorable is the par-3 13th, which serves up a large, flat island green shaped like the UAE, and a 360-degree tee box, providing the ultimate in variety.
Created by 1991 Open Championship winner Ian Baker-Finch, in association with Nicklaus Design, this 13-year-old residential course is playable for all, yet plenty challenging from the 7,658-yard tips, especially with shrub-dotted native sands framing the fairways. The 560-yard, par-5 third shines with a narrow, cunningly contoured elevated green set into a tree-studded sand dune.