Spent three nights in this incredible hotel. The butler's did a great job as well as every other staff member. We were always warmly greeted by name by the staff and anything we wanted or needed was handled quickly. The hotel itself is amazing to look at as well as stay in. The view from the room was incredible as well.
A decent summer staycation here. As big fans of Four Seasons hotels we were disappointed though. It is a lovely beach side property, but it is indistinguishable from so many other Dubai hotels in look and feel. Staff were biggest disappointment. Standard Dubai service. Was greeted with a "hey chief" from one guy as he leered lecherously at my wife as we walked in. It compares well against the top Dubai beach hotels (high praise) but the property lacks uniqueness and the staff are just a little too "mam/sir" or "back-side coming" for a proper Four Seasons Hotel.
We stayed for one week with our 2 year old daughter.
We enjoyed the entire stay very much. Great room, lovely (& large portions) food with half-board option, brilliant facilities incuding free boats to take you to other resturants or golf buggies to those not reachable by the water ways.
I stay at this Westin on business trips, however the facilities for relaxing are first rate. Rooms are nice and big with comfortable beds.
The buffet breakfast is wonderful and the other restaurants at the hotel are superb.
I've stayed here twice now while on business. It's a short 10 min (15 Dhs) cab drive to Dubai International Financial Center and the convention center. Quieter and much more relaxed than the hotels on Sheik Zayed Road. New luxurious rooms with little hall and large sleeping & sitting space with full desk to work on. Would stay here again.
Jumeirah Beach is a rapidly growing seafront resort with leisure parks, shopping malls, boutiques and beauty salons. The sail-shaped Burj Al-Arab tops the luxury hotel league. Development continues, both along the coast and on artificial offshore islands. The mosaic-encrusted Iranian Hospital and Mosque are closed to the public, but the exquisite Jumeirah Mosque admits non-Muslims for guided tours.