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A self-proclaimed ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the Palm Jumeirah is a feat of 21st century engineering. Built from reclaimed land, this unique palm-shaped destination is a holiday maker’s haven, designed with fun, relaxation, and indulgence in mind.

As you would expect from Dubai, The Palm is home to luxurious resorts, dining options to suit every budget and preference, and an array of shopping options. The 78 km of coastline provide the perfect opportunity to indulge in beach life, with all watersports catered for. All set against the stunning backdrop of the Dubai Skyline and the Arabian Gulf, The Palm is the perfect destination to relax and unwind.

For those here on business, or looking to explore the rest of the city, the location of Cheval Maison – The Palm Dubai provides for easy connections to the rest of Dubai.

We’ve listed a few of the top attractions below, but our team can assist you with booking tickets or just simply pointing you in the right direction.


Just steps from your front door. With 300 shopping outlets, a 15-screen cinema complex, and rooftop alfresco dining options offering spectacular views, a visit is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in a shopping extravaganza, Dubai style!


The Aquaventure Waterpark is dedicated to fun in the water! The enormous theme park features 105 rides and waterslides, private beaches and play areas. Guaranteed exhilaration for thrill seekers of all ages!


This 3km stretch of coastline is a heady mix of luxury hotels, waterfront apartments, and upmarket eateries. For those seeking adventure, helicopter and speedboat tours can be booked, or charter your very own yacht!


The Pointe brings together premium retail outlets, inviting dining options, and family-friendly entertainment, all at one vibrant waterfront destination.


Located in the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo is one of the largest suspended aquariums in the world and home to over 100 species of aquatic life.


One of Dubai’s most recognisable landmarks, the world’s tallest building towers above the city, a staggering 828m high with two observation decks offering unparalleled views of the city.

Getting Around Dubai

METRO: There are two metro lines in Dubai: red and green. The Red line runs from the airport to nearby Cheval Maison – The Palm Dubai, but you will need to take a taxi to complete your journey from Dubai Internet City Metro Station 2. Visitors intending to make frequent use of public transport in Dubai should purchase a Nol card which they can use to pay for any journey around the city, including on the monorail.

MONORAIL: Immediately behind the property is a stop on the Dubai monorail which currently runs the length of the Palm Jumeirah. The monorail is useful for visiting attractions on the Palm itself.

TAXIS: Taxis are reasonably plentiful in Dubai and a common way of getting around the city, particularly when it’s too hot to walk particularly far. You can pre-book (for which a booking fee is added to the fare) or simply hail one in the street. Taxis are metered and pricing is transparent.