The pool daycation is looking a bit different in 2021 thanks to Park Hyatt Dubai. The traditional day club image of baking out in the sun, sipping watered down concoctions, and crowding around a pool in ‘nightclubs by the water’ is not everyone’s cup of tea these days. So Park Hyatt Dubai has toned down the thumping party vibes in favor of a luxurious, more intimate affair.
The new Lagoon Beach Experience daycation grants you access to the glorious 100-meter-long infinity pool at the resort, but most importantly, you and your friends can also make use of the newly renovated ground level lagoon rooms, which you’ll have full access to from 10 am to 7 pm.
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