The Palace, The Old Town
Dubai - Downtown, United Arab Emirates
The Palace, The Old Town is a harmonious blend of Middle Eastern heritage and contemporary Dubai with 323 guest rooms and suites. Located on the Old Town Island, The Palace is a resort within the city, at the heart of a traditional Arabian village.
At a Glance
Located near the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall this is a great place for a short trip in Dubai
Traditionally Bedouin styled with a modern twist
Fantastic views of the fountain display
The 5 restaurants offer a wide range of delicious cuisines in elegant and traditional settings
Spend you time exploring the nearby Dubai Mall or relaxing by the fantastic poolScott Dunn team
Book the Fountain view rooms, you get front seats for the fountain show.Jessica Campbell
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To start planning your vacation to The Palace, The Old Town
The Palace, The Old Town has Modern Arabian décor, drawing on Bedouin themes with a modern twist. The staff in are in traditional dress and serve Arabic coffee in the reception areas . The Palace, The Old Town is a City Resort hotel with three restaurants and lounges offering international and regional cuisine. The Spa has six private treatment suites, two Oriental bath houses with Hammam tables, Monsoon showers, Jacuzzis and relaxation areas. The swimming pool is set in a palm oasis, overlooking the Burj Khalifa Lake and the Fountains and the world's tallest tower. It's Downtown Dubai location means it is within a short distance from all leisure attractions, directly connected with the Souk Al Bahar, and just a step away from The Dubai Mall, one of the largest shopping center in the world.
The Palace, The Old Town offers guests tasteful rooms with modern Arabian décor; they are all in a 6 storey, low rise and featuring balconies with either The Dubai Fountain, Burj Lake or Old Town views. Interiors are tailored with a captivating Middle Eastern theme rich in color and regional textures, for instance dark wood filigree screens.
|Deluxe Room (51sqm)||
Deluxe Rooms are decorated in a blue pastel shade, with King Size Bed and their own ensuite bathroom with separate bath tub and walk-in shower. With views on The Dubai Fountain or Burj Lake.
|Palace Room (51 sqm)||
Palace Rooms feature Arabian decor with a high quality of furnishing and design finishes. The Palace Rooms have private balconies with views of the Burj Lake or The Old Town and have the additional benefit of complimentary airport transfers.
|Junior Suite (70sqm)||
The Junior Suites are furnished with rare and original pieces of furniture and sculpture from Morocco, Syria and Egypt. They are generously proportioned, with private balcony with views on the Burj Lake or The Old Town.
|Diplomatic Suite (105 sqm)||
Diplomatic Suites are opulently Arabian in decor with a separate bedroom and a guest bathroom. These suites are complemented with rich drapery and flamboyant accessories, flat screen TVs and a spacious private balcony with views of the Burj Lake or The Old Town.
|Palace Suite (105 sqm)||
Palace Suites are decorated with Arabian rich wood themes and regal red accents on a stylishly natural palette. The Palace Suites, offer views of The Dubai Fountain or the Burj Lake from a spacious balcony; they have separate bedroom and living room. Additional benefits include a complimentary airport transfer and 24 Hour Check-in / Check-out.
|Royal Suite (106 sqm)||
Royal Suites are decorated in rich colors, regional textures, and Arabian dark wood furniture and carved niches to tasteful partition the bedroom and living area. The Royal Suites offer prime views on The Dubai Fountain from their spacious private balcony.
|Imperial Suite (500sqm)||
The Imperial Suite is located on the top floor and is the most opulent of the suites, over two levels at the face of the hotel. The Imperial Suite has a spacious private balcony which offers primary views of The Dubai Fountain. It features 4 bedrooms with 2 spacious living rooms, 2 study rooms, 2 dining rooms and 4 bathrooms. Additional benefits include complimentary airport transfers.
|Tourist Dirham Fee||
All guests in the Emirate of Dubai are subject to a Tourism Fee upon check-out. The fee payable is per room, and is 20 UAE Dirhams per night (approx £4 per room per night). Do note that this fee is payable on offers such as free nights. Scott Dunn cannot include this fee within the quote, and must be settled by guests at check-out only.
Location & Directions
Dubai - Downtown, United Arab Emirates
When to go
The best time to visit the UAE is between October and November and then February and March, when temperatures hang around the mid-20s and the humidity is under control. While December and January are generally considered the best months to go, the weather over the last couple of ‘winters’ has been unpredictable with occasional cloud and rain.
This is also high season when most of the country’s festivals, sporting events, and conferences are held, so you’ll be paying top rates for accommodation in Dubai and will need to book well in advance. The Christmas and New Year period also gets busy.
The month of Ramadan means hotel rates are heavily discounted, but while outside the resort, Ramadan is strictly adhered to, within the resorts you will notice very little difference.
High summer (July and August) means heavy discounted hotels it’s a great option for a cheap getaway but it will be very very hot and very very humid!