From luxe pampering to quaint eateries located in the heart of Jumeirah, there are plenty of venues to visit on your next trip to the vicinity.

Emirates Woman has compiled a guide of all the must-visit places to experiences whether alone or with friends and family.

Restaurants & cafés

Society

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One of Dubai’s much-loved restaurants, Society, recently reopened its doors after a major revamp. Featuring a striking fresh interior and mouthwatering new dishes on the menu to complement the classics, Society is back and ready to serve. Located on the busy Beach Road, Jumeirah 1, the bustling all-day dining concept was founded by Sheikha Al Mheiri in 2015 and was built on the foundations of culture and adversity similar to that of her home city, Dubai. Breakfast staples, such as the flakey croissant that holds the delicious Eggs Benedict, can be enjoyed for Dhs62 and the creamy Khachapuri is Dhs65.

Myocum

 

Located in Dar Wasl Mall, this cafe brings the essence of Australian coffee and cuisine to Dubai. Their coffee is some of the best you’ll find in the UAE and hero dishes include the Halloumi Hash Burger and Casuarina Toast.

Goldfish Sushi & Yakitori


This modern sushi neighbourhood favourie offers a contemporary local vibe that offers great warm service with top-notch food and beverages, as the menu focuses on high-quality produce using traditional cooking techniques. Located in Galleria Mall on Al Wasl road, it’s open daily from 12am to 12pm with a menu curated by chef Akmal Anuar.

For more information visit goldfishsushiyakitori.com

Coffee Shops

Alchemy Coffee

 

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With a minimal mindset approach, Alchemy came about with a passion for coffee spurred from ethical single farms where it’s roasted to perfection to enjoy it will all your loved ones in the heart of Dubai. For a redefined coffee experience, visit Alchemy which is open on weekdays from 8am to 10pm and Thursday and Friday from 8am to 11pm.

For more information visit alchemydubai.com

Drop Dubai

 

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This specialty Dubai-based café has revolutionized the coffee experience in the emirate, with its team of experts who use nine different brewing techniques while delivering a unique experience to all its visitors. Drop Dubai is open from 10am to 6pm, with one of its locations being on Dar Wasl Mall, Al Wasl, entrance 3, shop 72.

For more information visit Dropdubai.ae

Salons

Snob Salon

 

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This little getaway in the heart of Jumeirah offers all the services you need from hair, nails, waxing and many other treatments by a team of expert professionals that are always ready to look after you. Located on Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah, it’s open from Monday to Sunday 12pm to 9pm.

For more information visit snob.ae

Rossano Ferretti

With a celebration of uniqueness, this luxurious experience brings three generations of hair heritage to you with a revolutionary hair cutting method and skills that take their customers on a bespoke journey. Located in Jumeirah 2, it’s open from Saturday to Thursday 9am to 9pm and Friday from 10am to 8pm with Italian elegance that’s sure to redefine your hair.

For more information visit rossanoferretti.com

Activities

The Hundred Wellness Centre

Founded by Asma Hilal Lootah opened the first fully certified health clinic and wellness centre – The Hundred Wellness Centre – in the country in 2008. With a truly entrepreneurial spirit, it was Lootah’s love for Pilates which sparked her to launch the centre nine years ago. The centre has now expanded into so many other avenues under the wellness umbrella including rehabilitation, homeopathy, chiropractic therapies, emotional therapies and life coaching. Located in Jumeirah 1, the centre is open from Saturday through Thursday, 7am to 8pm.

Etihad Museum

 

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Previously known as Union House, the museum collects, preserves and displays the heritage of the UAE in all areas including social, political, cultural, scientific and military history. From the UAE’s early years to the road of union, several topics are highlighted for guests to know more about its founding days. Tickets are priced at a starting fee of Dhs35.

For more information visit etihadmuseum.dubaiculture.gov.ae

SEVA

For increased wellbeing, a range of yoga and sound meditation styles are offered at SEVA with a personal experience that will allow visitors to discover themselves. From sound bath healing meditation to aromatherapy flow there are a plethora of classes to experience on your visit. With a shop curated with handpicked items and a café with delicious vegan delights, you’re sure to spend a day of relaxation at this haven with your loved ones. Located on street 27B Jumeirah 1, it’s open daily from 10am to 8pm, but is closed on Tuesdays.

For more information visit sevaexperience.com

Kite Beach

 

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With stunning views of Burj Al Arab, Kite Beach is a favourite spot for friends, families and fitness fanatics. It’s the ultimate outdoor location with enviable views of the Arabian Gulf. It also has an array of dining options available accompanied with several leisure activities on the beach.

For more information visit kitebeach.ae

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