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Palm West Beach: the place where you can take your four-legged with you

Palm Jumeirah is quickly solidifying itself as the place to be for those with pets. A new stretch of pristine beach is opening on Thursday October 15, and you can take your four-legged friend along with you.

Palm West Beach, in-front of all the cabanas is open space of stunning beach front, for residents to come and soak up the sun. Pets are welcome too, at all of the dining outlets and on the beach, provided that they are kept on a leash at all times and do not enter the water.

Water sports activities will be launching in November, with exciting options including kayaking, VR diving, SUP boarding, electric hydrofoil surfing, sea bikes, Catamarans and more.

So far, Five Palm and chic beach bar Koko Bay are the only cabanas to have opened their doors, but will soon be followed by fun Mexican Senor Pico, popular eatery Jones The Grocer, and seafood spot Aprons and Hammers.

The 1.6 kilometer stretch will be home to no less than eight five-star hotels: Fairmont The Palm, Five Palm Jumeirah, SOHO Palm Jumeirah, Adagio Aparthotels, Byblos, Hilton Palm Jumeirah, and One Palm.

There’s also a promenade which runs the breadth of the beach, perfect for morning jobs as the weather starts to cool down a little. Beach buggies will be on-hand to get you from A to B, plus there’s 500 underground parking spaces.

We recommend you stick around for dusk, as the sunsets from this spot are next-to-none. Completely unobstructed, the views from Palm West Beach are worth waiting for.

Murphy

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