Review: Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort

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I hope that you’re having a great start to the week! I personally was taking things easy for the past week, after my NLP Life Coach training course ended. The experience was nothing less than magical and life-changing!

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The results from this specific training outweigh any wellness retreat or workshops I’ve attended since I started my healing journey in October of 2016. I can’t wait to start my life coach practice to share with you all the tips that I learned and to help you become the person that you were born to be.
Before I begin my life coaching services, I’ll spend some time reviewing the training manual, practicing on some clients and making sure that I can help you in the best way possible. As I evolve into a life coach and healer, my new web site is being redesigned and I can’t wait to share that with you too!

A Trip to Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort

After my extraordinary ten-day intensive life coach training, I decided to treat myself to a relaxing day at a Dubai resort beach club. These days, it can be challenging to find a peaceful and quiet beach club in busy and bustling Dubai. So I am eternally grateful for my recent beach day at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.
It was a weekday and that meant that the beach wasn’t too busy, apart from a few tourists and families. They were enjoying the last good Dubai weather days. Despite it being mid-May when I visited, there was a lovely, cool breeze throughout the entire day!
Because the hotel gets busy on weekends, entry is restricted for hotel guests. I believe that reservations are also not taken on those days. This may change in the next few months as the weather gets hotter in the city. If I go back, then it would definitely be on a weekday just like I did this time.

Asian Feel & Hospitality

Anantara Dubai resort is a Thai-inspired resort. The overall ambiance reflects that relaxed Asian feel and hospitality. I chose a sun lounger near the villas and the gardens surrounding those buildings. So, when I wasn’t reading my book, making plans or posting to social media, I was simply enjoying the sound of the birds chirping. I was perfectly mindful in my beautiful and peaceful surroundings.
The ocean is crystal clear and the water temperature was just right! I had a lovely lunch at ‘The Beach House’ and a refreshing detox drink and iced latte.
The beach stretches to a good distance and allows for long walks along the calm shores.

Perfect for Relaxation

Anantara is the type of Dubai resort you visit when you want to get away from it all. You can be left alone to enjoy a relaxing beach day. The staff were warm and friendly, without being too intrusive or in your face. I loved everything about this stunning beach resort.
If you’re a fan of swimming in pools, there are quite a few of those at this property. I can’t tell you more as I haven’t tried them, but I believe that they are of a similar caliber to the beach area.
My next beach day won’t be before the end of Ramadan and Eid. And on that note, I wish you a ‘Ramadan Mubarak’ if you are fasting and a peaceful month if you’re not.

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