Dubai’s latest hotspot has opened on the western side of the trunk, Palm Jumeirah – get set to enjoy “Palm West Beach”.
The 1.6-kilometre promenade and beachfront will be lined with restaurants, bars, entertainment and water sports, as well as a collection of eight hotels (on completion).
The palm tree-lined promenade will include night-lit running tracks and being pet-friendly, a massive win for residents looking for places to walk their pooch at night as many popular outdoor spaces in Dubai forbid pets.
So here’s more on what you can expect at Palm West Beach Dubai:
Top Restaurants along Palm West Beach
Amongst the new dining and nightlife line up for Palm West Beach you will find:
- Koko Bay -a Balinese-themed Beach bar, quickly becoming one of the latest Dubai sundowner hotspots
- Jones the Grocer – the Aussie brand cafe-restaurant that’s taken the UAE by storm
- Aprons & Hammers – as the name might suggest this is your place to chow down on seafood galore
- Señor Pico – Mexican-inspired casual dining with a lively atmosphere
- Lucky Fish
- Orange Chameleon
There will be many more to come once the development has fully opened.
Top Hotels along Palm West Beach
A few names will be familiar including Fairmont the Palm and FIVE Palm Jumeirah.
Joining the line up soon will be:
- SOHO Palm Jumeirah
- Adagio Aparthotels
- Hilton Palm Jumeirah
- One Palm
Watch this space we’ll be adding these newcomers to our where to stay on Palm Jumeirah guide soon!
Checkout all of the current hotel and Airbnb options with direct access to Palm West Beach:
Water sports on Palm West Beach
The waters between the Palm Jumeirah and JBR have become synonymous with high-adrenaline water sports. Some of the activities that will be on offer for outdoor enthusiasts include:
- VR diving
- Stand-up paddle boarding
- Electric hydrofoil surfing
- Sea bikes
With stunning sunset views looking back to JBR and the Ain Dubai wheel on Bluewaters Island, its bound to become a local favourite.
And in case you missed it…
It’s all happening on Palm Jumeirah this month with the opening of The Palm Fountain, The Pointe. In what will become the largest nightly water fountain display in the world, The Palm Fountain will be wowing crowds nightly from 22 October 2020.