Four Seasons Resort Dubai Review: Escape from the City in Timeless Luxury

Lara Mansour   |   01-06-2019

Located in the heart of Jumeirah, the Four Seasons Resort Dubai is a tranquil paradise hidden next to the Arabian Sea amongst the busy city, this resort is perfect for a weekend getaway without travelling far from home.



Since opening in 2014 the resort has become one of the leading luxury resorts in Dubai and attracts visitors both locally and internationally. Set on 270 metres of natural beach, the resort offers panoramic sea views on one side and unrivalled views of Dubai’s skyline on the other. The resort’s seaside style was envisioned by San Francisco-based interior designers BAMO. Arabic accents and Spanish architecture are highlighted throughout the property and the Seguso glass balustraded grand staircase is a key feature of the property (a great spot for photo opportunities!)

Imperial Suite Room


Rooms and Suites


Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach boasts 237 guests rooms and suites. All large in size, the suites have extra high ceilings and are designed in a loft-like style. Luxurious details included L-shaped sofas, walk-in closets and executive-sized desks as well as silver-leafed bathroom ceilings and Murano glass fixtures. For families or those looking for more space, upgrade to one of the eleven Imperial Suites which come with a large living and dining space, fully-furnished terrace and a second bedroom.


The Resort’s top floor is home to the Presidential Suite, Penthouse Suite and the Royal Suite. The latter complete with its own elevator, spa, gym, show kitchen and entertaining area featuring a grand piano.



Skyline View Room


Food and Dining 

The Resort’s restaurants are headed up by Executive Chef Gilles Arzur. Choose from a number of dining experiences including international cuisine at Suq where the open kitchens showcase a modern style of cooking or Sea Fu where you’ll find fresh seafood fused with Asian influences, set against a beach backdrop. After dinner head to Mercury Lounge; a dynamic rooftop venue with incredible views of The Burj Khalifa and the rest of the Dubai skyline.



Restaurant Building

Spa and Wellness


Inspired by Dubai’s history of pearl diving, The Pearl Spa offers experiences using some of the world’s most coveted ingredients, from gold leaf and caviar to pearl extract and chocolate. The spa consists of ten treatment rooms including the Royal Spa Suite. Guests can also benefit from a deluxe aqua-thermal experience, relaxation area, juice bar and separate men’s and women’s changing facilities.


Spa Room


For those looking for a more active experience, the indoor pool and fitness centre are open to all guests. A full-service watersports centre on the beach is open to thrill-seekers looking to try their hand at kayaking, catamarans or paddleboarding. Outside you’ll find a family pool as well as an adults only pool and for those wanted some me time drop your kids into the Kids for All Season programme that offers fun for all the little ones.

Penthouse Balcony

Penthouse Balcony



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