Jumeirah Beach Hotel – Golf Holiday Dubai
Stay on one of the regions most impressive beaches and one day after enjoying some of the best golf the middle east has to offer, enjoy a unique sunset desert safari.
You will play at:
-The Els Club
-Dubai Hills Golf Club
-The Address Montgomerie
-Emirates Golf Club Faldo Course
Golf Holiday Includes:
- Direct Flights from the UK
- Private return airport transfers
- 7 Nights Bed & Breakfast
- 4 Rounds of golf
- Sunset Desert Safari
Summer (June-August) – £1599
Shoulder (May & Sept) – £1799
Winter (October – April) – £2295
Jumeirah Beach Hotel
After a summer break and a full refurbishment, Jumeirah Beach Hotel is now open. With a striking wave-like design, Jumeirah’s first hotel, is one of Dubai’s most stunning and instantly recognisable structures that continues to be a favourite for generations.
Heartfelt and personal, timelessly fun, situated upon one of the region’s most impressive beaches, it is the archetype of coastal nostalgia. A relaxed luxury that welcomes light hearted escapes and joyous memories. Where the fresh sea breeze, the laughter in the air and Jumeirah’s legendary service will make your next holiday feel like your first.
"Jumeirah Beach Hotel has been the iconic flagship of Dubai hotels for decades but was in major need of a refurb! The hotel closed its doors last summer and it’s now open, brand new and better than ever."
"Located on the beautiful Jumeirah beach, perfect views of the ‘seven star’ Burj Al Arab and all the restaurants and bars you can desire next door at Madinat Jumeirah, this hotel really is a favourite."
Melia Grand Hermitage
Some oTher Hotel
Open day and night, Emirates Golf Club’s second championship golf course, which opened in 1996, was named ‘The Wadi’, taken from the Arabic word for ‘valley’. Redesigned in 2005 by golf legend and six-time major winner Nick Faldo, the course now combines a stunning visual design with the nuances and challenges of any championship course in just the right measure, providing visitors an exceptionally enjoyable golfing experience.
The new course was re-named ‘The Faldo’ when it re-opened in October 2006. A par-72, the course has proved to be as popular as its predecessor and lures players to the challenge of its 7,052 yards day or night thanks to incorporated LED floodlights throughout the course.
“The best thing about the Faldo Course at Emirates Golf Club is that fact that’s all 18 holes are fully floodlit. If you’ve not played floodlight golf before, it’s a must at least once! It’s cooler at night, fun and a refreshing change to the standard glorious sunshine you become accustomed to in Dubai! “
“I must also mention the views at night! Emirates Golf Club is located right in the heart of Dubai’s stunning skyline which comes to life at night!”
If you have an appetite for a first-class golfing experience combined with 5-star service and notable prestige from Dubai’s finest golfing destination, The Els Club is for you. Those who appreciate life’s finest pleasures will embrace this true sporting gem which has been sensationally designed by US Open and the Open Championship winner Ernie Els.
The course features pleasing undulations and strong elevation changes for visual and strategic interest. Extensive use of sandy waste areas and of native grasses and vegetation between wide fairways, along with a classic style of bunkering, add to the links effect.
“As a personal favourite, everybody on a Dubai golf holiday simply must play The Els Club.”
“Very well known for many years now as the most pristine and manicured course in the region, as soon as you walk into the courtyard on arrival, you’re greeted by the most amazing view of the putting green, 9th and 18th. It almost looks like a fine water painting!”
“The superlatives also don’t end with the course condition, The Els Club have just had Claude Harmon lll take over from his father, Butch Harmon, in the academy. Many of the worlds top professionals use The Els Club as a base and in turn, you can get your game in tip top shape here.”
A brand-new golfing experience in Dubai, the serene, lush lifestyle destination is just 15 minutes for Downtown Dubai and in turn has unrivalled views of the Burj Khlifa and downtown skyline.
Offering a challenge to golfers of all ability, Dubai Hills Golf Club is billed to become one of the key golf destinations in the Middle East.
“As with all new golf courses in Dubai, there was a lot of hype around the opening of Dubai Hills in the winter of 2017 and this course has 100% lived up to expectations.”
“The detail that has gone into the design of the whole resort is top draw, you can really see this even in the fine detail. Walking from green to tee as you meander through pristine flower beds, local wildlife surrounding the purpose-built lakes and the finest views of Downtown Dubai and the stunning Burj Khalifa, all add to a unique golfing experience.”
“Simply a must play for all golfers of all ability when on a Dubai golf holiday.”
Although Address Montgomerie has evolved into one of the Middle East’s most luxurious and desirable golfing destinations in recent times, the key to its success has always remained contingent upon the quality of the golf course that would become the focal point for one of Dubai’s most exclusive residential communities, Emirates Hills.
Address Montgomerie championship golf course was designed by Colin Montgomerie in association with Desmond Muirhead. The course covers 265 acres which consist of 123 acres of turf, 49 acres of man-made lakes (a total of 14 lakes), 93 acres of landscaped gardens and is scattered with 81 large bunkers.
“The Beverly Hills of Dubai! The Address Montgomerie is set bang in the middle of Emirates Hills, then most luxurious post code in Dubai. The course flows alongside massive mansions and luxurious gardens belonging to some of Dubai’s top celebrities and elites.”
“The course itself is one of the more playable in Dubai, wide fairways and large greens makes for a fun test for golfers of all skill levels. That is until you arrive at the 18th hole, a monster Par-5, with water everywhere. I’m still confused how to make it to the green dry!”