Qasr Al Sarab Desert launches guest experiences to mark 10 anniversary

The desert retreat turns 10 on November 7

Wellness travellers, in particular, have much to look forward to with the launch of new treatments to mark the renovation of the resort’s spa
Wellness travellers, in particular, have much to look forward to with the launch of new treatments to mark the renovation of the resort’s spa

Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara has announced a range experiences and upgrades to mark its 10th anniversary.

The desert retreat turns 10 on November 7.

As part of the offers, guests can now experience the desert underneath the stars with Qasr Al Sarab’s new desert Bedouin Night Camping Experience, where they spend the night in Bedouin-style tents deep among the dunes.

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Guests can choose an authentic camel transfer to the overnight camping site or they can opt for a 4x4 drop off. The Majlis area welcomes guests to the start of their experience with Arabic coffee and dates and check-in to their exclusive camp rooms overlooking the dunes.

Dining includes an authentic Emirate dinner in the Hadheera (Arabic dining area), followed by an array of modern breakfast options in the morning. Guests also get the chance to enjoy archery, falcon shows, learn about hunting and dune bashing to name a few activities.
The resort is also introducing dining options. The Ghadeer restaurant opens its doors on November 8 with a new menu, a pizza oven and Mediterranean décor.

The Al Waha restaurant is bringing desert-style dining to life with new theme-night buffets, while the outdoor Al Falaj restaurant is adding a zarb oven and live cooking experiences, offering diners even more immersive ways to experience traditional Arabic cuisine.

Wellness travellers, in particular, have much to look forward to with the launch of new treatments to mark the renovation of the resort’s spa, along with a choice of new wellness offers, such as hot yoga.

Qasr Al Sarab’s new experiences will be accompanied by additions and improvements outside and inside the resort. These include a fully equipped, multi-purpose outdoor events area in the desert that can cater for up to 200 guests, technology upgrades across all room categories, a new kids’ club with a range of activities, and upgrades to the existing ballroom.

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