Fully furnished and equipped 2 bedroom apartment.
Living room with sofa bed, dining area, guest half bath and 2 en-suite bedrooms.
Fully equipped kitchen.
Balcony with stunning views of the Lagoon, golf course and The Arabian gulf.
AL HAMRA, Only 45 Minutes from Dubai Airport, situated between the Arabian Gulf and the Al Hajar Mountains, offers something for everyone with a choice of recreation facilities including water sports and golf. The resort is set around a championship golf course and natural lagoon where you can relax on one of the private beaches or unwind by one of the swimming pools. Only ten minutes from the Ice Land, the largest water park in The Middle East.
ROYAL BREEZE is a new development consisting of apartments and villas ideally suited for an enjoyable holiday, each apartment has views of the Arabian Gulf or Lagoon and golf course. Complex has two swimming pools, children’s playground and recreational areas. Take a stroll along the beach, or along to The marina where you will find restaurants, alcohol store, and The Yacht club where you can enjoy a beer or a glass of wine whilst watching the beautiful sunsets.
Leisure activities include sailing, fishing, jetski-ing, golf, quad biking, cruises, microlite flights, desert safaris and Iceland Water Park, the largest in the Middle East, or, for the more adventurous there are the Wadis, mountains, and historical sites to explore.
Visit RAK town to haggle in the local souqs or take a trip to Dubai for the ultimate shopping and nightlife experience
RAS AL KHAIMAH, rapidly emerging as an alternative for a holiday in The UAE, is the Emirate of beauty and contrast, with its 40 km coastline, mountain range and lush green areas. One of the seven Emirates of the UAE and less cosmopolitan than Dubai, RAK is a cross between the old and the new, modern towns and shopping malls alongside bedoin villages and souqs. Relax on one of the many unspoilt sandy beaches, or for the more adventurous there are the wadis, mountains, and historical sites to explore.
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