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The luxurious waterfront retreat of Park Hyatt Dubai is home to a fantastic 18-hole championship golf course, while guests have access to several legendary courses designed by stellar names such as Ernie Els and Sir Nick Faldo.
This five-star luxury resort sits adjacent to the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club and the world-famous Dubai Creek golf course, while guests can also play at the Majlis and Faldo courses at Emirates Golf Club, Jumeirah Golf Estates’ Earth Course by Greg Norman and The Els Club.
Park Hyatt Dubai is just minutes from the city centre and the world-class shopping district, with 223 guest rooms and 34 suites each offering a private balcony or terrace with gorgeous views of the Dubai Creek and skyline or the lagoon. A stunning 100 metre infinity pool which leads into a private lagoon beach, several award-winning bars and restaurants serving Mediterranean, Indian, Thai, French cuisines and more and the luxury destination Amara spa are among the superb facilities, combined with private charter yachts, tennis and padel courts and the Cave Kids Club.
The par 71 championship course at Dubai Creek is a two-time host of the Dubai Desert Classic on the DP World Tour with manicured greens and well groomed fairways lined by date and palm trees, with the Creek and several lakes adding to the challenge and beauty along with incredible views of the city’s famous skyline. Ideal for beginners or to test your short game, the excellent 9-hole Par 3 course and driving range at Dubai Creek Golf Academy are floodlit with play as late as 10pm.
Park Hyatt Dubai represents everything one would expect from a luxurious golfing getaway for families, couples or groups of friends.
Close to Park Hyatt Dubai and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, golfers can visit other truly world-class courses. The Majlis at Emirates Golf Club was the first grass course in the Middle East and now hosts the Desert Dubai Classic on the DP World Tour. Undoubtedly one of the finest venues in the United Arab Emirates, it’s famously set against the dramatic backdrop of Dubai’s iconic skyline. Also at Emirates Golf Club, the Faldo designed by by six-time major winner Sir Nick Faldo is immensely popular with tourists and is Dubai’s only 18-hole floodlit night course, with the city’s glittering lit up skyline acting as a dramatic backdrop on several holes.
Another legendary name, The Earth Course at the prestigious Jumeirah Golf Estates was designed by Greg Norman and is host of the DP World Tour Championship, the climax of The Race to Dubai and the DP World Tour season. Or for another immaculate and superbly-designed golf course, The Els Club is a treat. Four-time major winner Els took inspiration from some of his favourite courses in the world when putting the layout together, including Royal Melbourne and Pinehurst No. 2, while the general links-style set-up has a pleasing British feel to it. Together, these superb options make Dubai a bucket-list destination for golfers.