Stretching over a private sandy beach on Palm Jumeirah, Sofitel Dubai The Palm exudes calm and tropical allure. Water, light and greenery abound amid the organic, low-rise architecture. Fourteen restaurants and bars, six swimming pools, a state-of-the-art So SPA, tennis, water sports, a kids club, a spectacular ballroom for meetings and weddings… and chic guestrooms, suites and apartments where attentive Sofitel ambassadors make you feel at home.
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Airy indoor spaces evoke relaxed island living, with high ceilings, flowing water and floods of light through large windows and balconies. Materials are natural: smooth wood, marble, leather and suede. Contemporary interpretations of ancient Polynesian symbols invoke protection, luck and long life.
A lush wall garden of tropical plants, created by celebrated botanist Patrick Blanc, stretches across both sides of the lobby. Combined with tranquil water features, this living, breathing artwork brings nature into the heart of the resort. Among the garden’s many Polynesian plants is the spiraling koru, symbolizing new life and growth.
You may spot a butterfly motif, symbolizing magic, freedom and a carefree spirit. Turtles stand for rest, the earth and healing while the ray evokes flying, the ocean, love and energy. Flowers are among Polynesia’s most powerful symbols. Look out for the Tiare flower, which means love, peace and beauty.