Palm Tree Court & Spa

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Near Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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  • Families93
  • Couples90
  • Solo100
  • Business93
  • Nice Resort – Excellent Services and Amazing food


    What a holiday, we couldn’t imagine before reach there. I had stayed there for a week with my family on Christmas holidays. Absolutely outstanding in everything that it has to offer. Everything was well managed from pickup to departure and I recommended Palm Tree Court Hotel for there facilities and services.

    The palm Tree Resort is located in the center of Dubai and you can find everything surrounding resort. We were in deluxe room and feel very comfort with all the luxury. The size of room is good enough and its more than average size of deluxe room. All staffs are very friendly and egger to help you. The food was good especially Chinese was amazing. The Spa was there exceptionally good and make different to other hotels. I had booked Palm Tree Court Hotel through

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  • Memorable holidays with my family


    Palm Tree hotel Dubai, Lovely Island with the best view. The hotel was fantastic, room was simple but clean and fully organized. I had stayed on 3rd floor and I am sure the island view is still best than 1st and 2nd floor.

    The hotel staff was very friendly and courteous specially Nikko who works very hard to keep everyone happy. The food and meal was marvelous and enjoyed candle light dinner with my wife. I have no word to praise hotel staff, thanks to Nikko to make our trip memorable and fabulous.
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More about Palm Tree Court & Spa

Water sports hut

by loisl

The Jebel Ali Hotel offers free water sports for it's guest staying on a tor package.
You can sail, windsurf or waterkayak for free.
All the "motorized" sports like waterskiing or bananaboat riding will be charged.

Dune bashing

by nickwj

I went to Dubai in around 1983 and couldnt beleive the wealth and beauty of the country. I stayed at the Jebel Ali hotel which was all gold taps and marble! We went dune bashing and ate under the stars in a Beduin camp complete with belly dancer! The only shame was she was from Essex in England!

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Palm Tree Court at Jebel Ali

by Rammy

I've been to Dubai for the last five years and to be honest am fed up sitting in traffic jams getting into and out of the city. I don't know how you guys who live there cope with the traffic!!!
Anyway I am planning to stay at Jebel Ali this time round and not bother with the city at all - total chill out holiday. Has anybody got first hand experience of the palm Tree Court??
Whats it like and how does it compare to say the Royal Meridian Beach resort???
I have also heard that my four year old daughter is not allowed in some of the restaurants. Can anyone tell me which ones??
Thanks in anticipation

RE: Palm Tree Court at Jebel Ali

by CliffClaven

Stayed at the Jebel Ali some years ago: no complaints. But stayed twice, much more recently, at the Royal Meridien: beautiful hotel, with extensive gardens and pools and a range of excellent restaurants.

RE: RE: Palm Tree Court at Jebel Ali

by Rammy

Hi Cliff

Thanks for your reply. We stayed at the Royal for the last three years and absolutely love it there.
This year we just fancied a change but with the Palm Tree Court being so close I don't want to spend the whole two weeks wishing I was 10 minutes up the road, if you understand what I'm saying??

RE: Palm Tree Court at Jebel Ali

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
Well you have have planned wisely, Palm Tree Court at Jebel Ali is about an hour away from Dubai and since far from the city it should be very quiet and peaceful. You even dont need to get out of the resort and can have full relaxation :-) Unless you want to visit Dubai that I believe hotel has got courtesy transport. Children are usually allowed in the restaurants maybe its a night club or bar which she cant enetr.
For more details you can contact the resort directly:
Jebel Ali Palm Tree Court & Spa - Dubai - UAE
address P.O. Box 9255, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
telephone +971 4 883 6000
facsimile +971 4 883 5543

Good luck.


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Address: Near Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, United Arab Emirates