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Intimate Family Day-cation at Ritz-Carlton Dubai

Ritz-Carlton Family Daycation

Last week, we spent a relaxing family day-cation at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai. We were surprised on how big the place is, it seemed small from the street of Jumeirah Beach Road. Lush green propery overlooking a 350 metre white sandy beach of the Arabian Gulf will take you away from busy Dubai life.

Ritz-Carlton Family Pool

The whole morning was spent in the family swimming pool and going down the slide. The bar served delicious drinks, our favourite was the orange-mint fresh juice. The Ritz Kidz club is located close to the family pool and play area, which is perfect to give parents some alone time to unwind.

Ritz-Carlton Caravan Restaurant

Ritz-Carlton Caravan Restaurant

Lunch was served at Caravan Restaurant, they have a modest buffet selection of Mediterranian, Indian and Arabic food. They did not have any spread dedicated for the kids but the Chef’s can prepare something for them if they don’t fancy any of the dish available. Our LittleOnes enjoyed the Cajun Roasted Chicken, rice and Na’an bread. The restaurant is located close to the Ritz Kidz as well.

Ritz-Carlton Kids Club

Ritz Kidz club prepared various activities for the LittleOnes, that they were more than happy to give Mum & Dad some alone time. I loved that the ladies prepared engaging activities that encourage them to interact with other kids. They made fruit smoothie, flower crafts, decorated cookies, piñata, and played treasure hunt around the hotel. Thank you Ritz Kidz ladies-Raquel, Nancy and Anne who made our kids very happy, they can’t stop talking about the time spent at the kids club.

Ritz-Carlton Pastry Chef Dustin

Chef Dustin taught us how to make a different version of sugar cookies that made use of yogurt. The cookies were chewy in the insde and not overly sweet.

Ritz-Carlton Beverage Guru Dominik

Learned a few tricks and new healthy cocktail recipes from The Baie Lounge beverage guru, Dominik. I will share them here once I get a chance to re-create them.

Ritz-Carlton Lush Green Property

 

Behind the tall buildings of Jumeirah Beach Road is a hidden gem that is The Ritz-Carlton. We are always on the look out for a family friendly extablishments and Ritz-Carlton definitely is on our list. Thank you for a relaxing family day-cation, Ritz-Carlton family.

 

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai 

  • Regular day pass to use the hotel’s pool and beach facilities cost AED 500 per adult and AED 300 per Ritz Kids (4-12 years old) from Sunday to Saturday.
  • Avail of Rotisserie Friday Brunch (price starts from AED 450) and you get a special half-day pass of AED 200 per adult and AED 100 per child.
  • A special rate of AED 750 per couple is also available.

For more information you can visit hotel’s website: www.ritzcarlton.com/Dubai and connect with them on facebook: www.facebook.com/RitzCarltonDubai.

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai on The Walk at JBR, Contact details: +971 4 3994000 or email communications.dubai@ritzcarlton.com

 

Disclaimer: We were guests at the Ritz-Carlton, Dubai. As always all opnions are my own. 

2 Comments

  1. Seema says

    Wow, it looks like a dream vacation hotel. Especially, I loved the Ritsz kid’s club, Here in India, such facilities are not available (as far as I Saw). Me and my husband always think about such sections in hotel, where we can make our kids to stay safe and to enjoy, so that we can also get some time to spend with each other.

    Nice Place Abigail, Thanks for Sharing.

    • Hi Seema! It was indeed a nice short break for us parents, to not worry whether the kids are having fun and safe as well. I hope bigger hotels in India offer this kind of program soon.

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