One&Only Resorts, the luxury resort company known for its stunning properties in some of the most beautiful locales in the world is opening their second property in Dubai, the One & Only The Palm which will open on Palm Island in October 2010. The property is being developed by His Highness Sheikh Bin Saeed Al Makthoum and Sol Kerzner, the CEO and Chairman of Kerzner International, which is a parent company of One&Only Resorts. “We believe the government’s continuous commitment to developing tourism in the region combined with all the destination has to offer, its constant innovation and its easy international access make this the perfect place for us to expand the One&Only portfolio,” says Kerzner.
The property will have a striking location on the peninsula of Palm Island crescent with spectacular views of new Dubai’s skyline. Guests will not only be able to enjoy an exclusive paradise-like vacation, but also enjoy golf at award-winning courses, world-class shopping, dining and entertainment at the world’s most sought-after of venues. Located at The Palm Jumeirah, the resort’s external architecture will blend Moorish and Andalucian influences, and the interiors will display contemporary environments, emphasizing on privacy. Surrounded by gardens, the resort will provide an oasis of tranquility amid cosmopolitan Dubai. The resort will have 35 suites and apartments within the grand Manor House, six independent low-rise mansions with eight to ten suites, and exclusive two-three bedroom beachfront villas.
Accommodations include outdoor terraces and a private pool. Guests staying in suites, apartments, and villas will be indulged by a dedicated butler, 24 hours a day. The resort will also feature private cabanas by an 850 square meter pool, a private beach and a freestanding 2,400 square meters spa, fitness and beauty complex, a tennis court and a beauty salon.
In addition, the resort’s Marina Restaurant will offer al fresco dining right next to the marina. Guests can reach the restaurant by private yacht or by One&Only’s water taxis.