5 Best Family-Friendly Hotels in Dubai

Dubai is renowned for its beautiful beaches, world-class attractions, and great hotels. There are no shortages of things to do and see for all ages in Dubai which makes it a great place to spend the holiday with your family. Many who have visited Dubai are usually eager to plan their next trip soon, something made easy by seamless booking on Wego UAE.

Here, we take a look at some of the best hotels in Dubai offering the best family-friendly services for the entire family. 

What makes a hotel family-friendly?

Generally speaking, a hotel is considered ‘family-friendly’ if they offer the following:

  • location close to popular tourist attractions
  • spacious rooms or suites
  • kid-friendly pools or tub
  • kid-friendly menus
  • a kid’s club

You’ll be glad to know that all our recommendations below have ticked most of the items above. All you need to do is simply make your reservation for your preferred hotels in UAE.

Atlantis the Palm, Dubai

It’s hard to find a better family-friendly hotel in Dubai than Atlantis the Palm. The resort offers endless adventures for children, teens, as well as parents with its various amenities. 

The prime attraction for the little ones would no doubt be the Aquaventure Water Park (free visit as a hotel guest) and the Lost Chambers aquarium.

Parents with infants may also have some downtime as the resort offers babysitting services allowing them to go on relaxing strolls on the private beach or dine at the 23 available restaurants.

Grand Hyatt Dubai

The Grand Hyatt Dubai is famed for its spacious and beautifully furnished luxury family suites and interconnecting rooms. To the delight of the little ones, the staff also regularly distribute free ice cream and popsicles. 

Outdoor pools and an impressive indoor garden will keep both adults and children occupied as they offer plenty of entertainment. When it’s time for a meal, families can choose from a selection of 13 onsite restaurants. 

Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

The Kempinski Hotel’s main selling point is its direct connection to Mall of the Emirates and Ski Dubai (the slopes are mere steps from your doorstep). The hotel also boasts a prime location as it is conveniently located in between the Dubai Marina and the Burj Khalifa. This will no doubt allow for fun family exploration.

The hotel also features grand deluxe and corner suites ideal for a family stay. For an unforgettable stay, you can opt for the hotel’s three-bedroom ski chalets which can comfortably accommodate families of seven.

InterContinental Dubai – Festival City

Many consider the InterContinental Dubai at Festival City to be the best hotel for families. This is in part thanks to its close proximity to both the airport and downtown Dubai. But apart from its location, the InterContinental Dubai provides direct access to the Dubai Festival City Mall renowned for its numerous retail stores.

As for the hotel’s amenities, the children will surely be entertained by the 30-meter high outdoor pool providing panoramic views of Dubai Creek. Babysitting and childcare services also allow parents to spend some time in the hotel’s excellent spa.

The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina

Boasting its very own 500-meter long private beach in the Dubai Harbour neighborhood, the Westin Dubai luxury resort is the epitome of a family-friendly hotel. The available amenities include access to Jungle Bay Waterpark, a state-of-the-art kids club, and is within a stone’s throw of the Wild Wadi Waterpark. 

As for the rooms and suites, the Westin Dubai offers stylish deluxe rooms furnished with two queen beds and family suite rooms with sea views which easily accommodate families of four to six. Family meals are properly facilitated in the ten available restaurants complete with dedicated menus for the little ones. 

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.