If you’ve heard of the Ritz Carlton hotels then you know what to expect, but if you haven’t then you’re in for a surprise! With a reputation for providing first-class hospitality, the Ritz Carlton’s Al Wadi hotel in Ras Al Khaimah will not disappoint.
After a mere 90 minute drive from Dubai airport, you’ll find yourself away from the hustle and bustle and in a peaceful environment that will meet your every heart’s desire. Situated amid stretches of desert sand in an oasis of peace, and next to the magnificent Al Hajjar Mountains, the Ritz Carlton Al Wadi offers a luxury romantic desert resort complete with secluded private pool villas, and world class spa treatments by the famous Ritz Carlton Spa.
Perfect for halal honeymooners looking for a peaceful retreat away from the world, here you’ll get to enjoy romantic nights under the clear starry skies, and beautiful sunsets and sunrises between the deserts sand dunes. The Al Wadi hotel is a luxurious desert experience like no other with 4,000 square metres of dedicated Asian-inspired hydrotherapy spa facilities, access to the private Ras Al Khaimah Beach, the chance to be part of the dedicated nature reserve, and an eighteen-hole championship golf course at Al Hamra Golf Club.
Delicious dining is something else to look forward to at this remarkable hotel as the Ritz Carlton Al Wadi only provides their guests with the very best. Arabic and Asian cuisines can pleasantly be enjoyed as you dine in style while looking around and taking in your beautiful and peaceful surroundings.
From £1,089 per person
based on two people sharing
- Direct return flights with Emirates
- 3 nights at the 5* Ritz Carlton Al Wadi Resort in a Rimal Pool Villa
- Daily Breakfast & Dinner at the Ritz Carlton Al Wadi
- 4 nights at Cove Rotana in a Classic Room
- Daily Breakfast at the Cove Rotana
- Return airport transfers
Valid for travel on selected dates in June.
Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.
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