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If you’re looking for a hassle-free getaway, an all-inclusive holiday to Dubai ticks all the boxes. Whether you’re seeking an action-packed break with the kids or a romantic trip for two, you can rest assured that everything’s taken care of.

Dubai’s all-inclusive resorts take luxury to the next level. You’ll feel pampered and relaxed – and not just because of the spa. You can relax about sticking to your holiday budget, too. When you go all-inclusive, everything is covered in one great-value price. So, once you arrive at your hotel, all you need to do is enjoy the food, drinks and activities – they’re already paid for.

With infinitely good weather, there’s never a bad time for an all-inclusive Dubai holiday. You can unwind with a therapeutic massage or treatment, while the children join in with games and activities at the kids’ club. Relax by the pool with a cocktail, try out watersports on your resort’s private beach, and dine at a different restaurant every night.

You could be forgiven for never wanting to leave your all-inclusive resort. But, when you do want to explore, there’s plenty to see. A visit to the impressive Burj Khalifa is a must-do, while the Dubai Mall and the souks in Old Dubai offer plenty of shopping opportunities. Have a fun day out at one of Dubai’s waterparks, or enjoy an exhilarating drive across the desert in a 4x4. You’ll find that some tours and transfers are included with your all-inclusive package, while our team of experts will be on hand to recommend any excursions or day trips, if you want to venture further afield.

Things to do

JA Resorts

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Sofitel Dubai

Things to do in Dubai

If you manage to tear yourself away from your all-inclusive resort, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Dubai. This place is a hybrid of tradition and modernity. On a visit to the Old Quarter, you can find cultural sites like the Dubai Museum, Jumeirah Mosque and the ancient souks, selling everything from clothes to crafts. The Gold Souk, in particular, is a wonder to behold, filled with glittering souvenirs.

Downtown Dubai is immediately recognisable, thanks to world-famous attractions like the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Marina and the iconic Palm Islands. You can browse Dubai Mall – the biggest in the world – and visit the aquarium. For something more adventurous, spend a day at Dubai Parks and Resorts, or head into the dunes on a desert safari. Whatever you’re into, you’ll find that a lot of all-inclusive resorts offer their own trips, tours and transfers to many of the Dubai’s top attractions, so it’s easy to explore.

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JA Resorts and Hotels

When you’re looking at options for your all-inclusive Dubai holiday, consider staying at one of the city’s JA hotels. There are three to choose from – JA Beach Hotel, JA Lake View and JA Palm Tree Court – and together they make up JA The Resort. Sprawling for one million square metres, it’s the largest resort in Dubai.

This five-star retreat boasts an 800-metre private beach, a private marina and a world-class golf course. But the highlight is the 25 restaurants and bars. As part of their ultra all-inclusive package, JA allows you to dine in any of their culinary hotspots. Tuck into Middle Eastern treats at Phoenicia, feast on seafood at the floating restaurant of DIVAZ, and enjoy tastes of China, Japan and Thailand at the White Orchid.

Whether you’re staying at JA Beach Hotel, JA Lake View or JA Palm Tree Court, you’ll have access to all the resort’s facilities. Work your way around the four pools, head to the Watersports Centre to try out paddle-boarding and water-skiing, and perfect your technique at the tennis and football academies.

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Best time to visit Dubai

Sun-soaked Dubai has fantastic weather throughout the year, but there are times when it’ll be too warm for some. The summer months are incredibly hot and humid, with temperatures often reaching 40°C and above. While the hotels and malls have excellent air-conditioning, you may find it too hot for beach days or lying by the pool.

If you’d prefer to go to Dubai when it’s comfortably hot, book your holiday between November and April. During this time, temperatures hover between 25°C and 33°C – perfect sunbathing weather, while still remaining cool enough to explore.

It’s also worth checking when Ramadan falls, as this holy month moves each year. Opening hours of attractions may be slightly different during this time, and it’s not permitted to eat or drink in public places during daylight hours. But most hotel restaurants and bars remain open, so you can still enjoy your holiday as normal.

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Sofitel Dubai The Palm

Sofitel Dubai The Palm is another great choice for your all-inclusive break. In a prime position on the Palm Jumeriah, this five-star resort has views of the Arabian Gulf and the famous Palm Islands, with the skyscrapers of Dubai in the distance.

Head to the 500-metre private beach, where you can sunbathe, kayak or bounce around on the floating obstacle course just offshore. For something a little calmer, why not unwind in the spa or go for a dip in the sea-view infinity pool? Children will love the Amura Kids’ Club too, where they have their own pool and a jam-packed activity schedule.

The all-inclusive dining here is second to none. Among the seven bars and restaurants, there’s the award-winning Porterhouse Steaks and Grills, which has twice been named ‘Favourite Steakhouse in Dubai’. If you’d rather have seafood and sushi, head to Moana for tasty Asian-inspired bites. Enjoy delicious Chinese dishes at Hong Loong, or try out Indian food – served with a twist – at Zoya by Maui.

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Things to do

Things to do in Dubai

If you manage to tear yourself away from your all-inclusive resort, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Dubai. This place is a hybrid of tradition and modernity. On a visit to the Old Quarter, you can find cultural sites like the Dubai Museum, Jumeirah Mosque and the ancient souks, selling everything from clothes to crafts. The Gold Souk, in particular, is a wonder to behold, filled with glittering souvenirs.

Downtown Dubai is immediately recognisable, thanks to world-famous attractions like the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Marina and the iconic Palm Islands. You can browse Dubai Mall – the biggest in the world – and visit the aquarium. For something more adventurous, spend a day at Dubai Parks and Resorts, or head into the dunes on a desert safari. Whatever you’re into, you’ll find that a lot of all-inclusive resorts offer their own trips, tours and transfers to many of the Dubai’s top attractions, so it’s easy to explore.

Show More
Show Less

JA Resorts

JA Resorts and Hotels

When you’re looking at options for your all-inclusive Dubai holiday, consider staying at one of the city’s JA hotels. There are three to choose from – JA Beach Hotel, JA Lake View and JA Palm Tree Court – and together they make up JA The Resort. Sprawling for one million square metres, it’s the largest resort in Dubai.

This five-star retreat boasts an 800-metre private beach, a private marina and a world-class golf course. But the highlight is the 25 restaurants and bars. As part of their ultra all-inclusive package, JA allows you to dine in any of their culinary hotspots. Tuck into Middle Eastern treats at Phoenicia, feast on seafood at the floating restaurant of DIVAZ, and enjoy tastes of China, Japan and Thailand at the White Orchid.

Whether you’re staying at JA Beach Hotel, JA Lake View or JA Palm Tree Court, you’ll have access to all the resort’s facilities. Work your way around the four pools, head to the Watersports Centre to try out paddle-boarding and water-skiing, and perfect your technique at the tennis and football academies.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Dubai

Sun-soaked Dubai has fantastic weather throughout the year, but there are times when it’ll be too warm for some. The summer months are incredibly hot and humid, with temperatures often reaching 40°C and above. While the hotels and malls have excellent air-conditioning, you may find it too hot for beach days or lying by the pool.

If you’d prefer to go to Dubai when it’s comfortably hot, book your holiday between November and April. During this time, temperatures hover between 25°C and 33°C – perfect sunbathing weather, while still remaining cool enough to explore.

It’s also worth checking when Ramadan falls, as this holy month moves each year. Opening hours of attractions may be slightly different during this time, and it’s not permitted to eat or drink in public places during daylight hours. But most hotel restaurants and bars remain open, so you can still enjoy your holiday as normal.

Show More
Show Less

Sofitel Dubai

Sofitel Dubai The Palm

Sofitel Dubai The Palm is another great choice for your all-inclusive break. In a prime position on the Palm Jumeriah, this five-star resort has views of the Arabian Gulf and the famous Palm Islands, with the skyscrapers of Dubai in the distance.

Head to the 500-metre private beach, where you can sunbathe, kayak or bounce around on the floating obstacle course just offshore. For something a little calmer, why not unwind in the spa or go for a dip in the sea-view infinity pool? Children will love the Amura Kids’ Club too, where they have their own pool and a jam-packed activity schedule.

The all-inclusive dining here is second to none. Among the seven bars and restaurants, there’s the award-winning Porterhouse Steaks and Grills, which has twice been named ‘Favourite Steakhouse in Dubai’. If you’d rather have seafood and sushi, head to Moana for tasty Asian-inspired bites. Enjoy delicious Chinese dishes at Hong Loong, or try out Indian food – served with a twist – at Zoya by Maui.

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