Looking for an Easter break? Why not visit the majestic Hajar Mountains.
JA Resorts and Hotels has revealed a sleek new look for JA Hatta Fort Hotel following an extensive renovation project, retaining its Arabian roots yet wonderfully updated with a 21st century look. The upgrade ensures the property, nestled in the historic Hajar Mountains, offers a truly stylish new experience for guests. Located a scenic road trip away from the Centre of Dubai, JA Hatta Fort Hotel is an ideal getaway for those looking to stay in a tranquil haven, surrounded by stunning nature.
The design of the Mountain View Rooms has a contemporary arabesque style and natural interiors including exposed stone, wood and linen. Rafters highlight the high angled ceiling, while the bathroom showcases a separate walk-in shower and bathtub. Each room has a terrace overlooking the mountain and garden oasis, a perfect spot for guests to enjoy morning coffee or afternoon refreshments.
The fine-dining restaurant Jeema has also been refurbished, creating the perfect spot for international food and live music. Meanwhile, Caf Gazebo offers all-day dining serving light dishes overlooking the main pool. In the evening, guests can unwind with a cocktail at Sunset Terrace or Roumoul Cocktail Bar.
There are also a variety of leisure and entertainment choices for guests of all ages, including a fully equipped gymnasium, a field and target archery range, a mini-golf course, tennis and two temperature-controlled swimming pools. In addition, there is also a spa and separate activities for children, including a children’s pool and a playground!
With guests arriving from every corner of the globe, JA Hatta Fort Hotel continues to develop its extensive range of products and services to surpass the needs and expectations of the discerning traveler. With new investment in the area, there is plenty to do close by. Adventure seekers can explore the history of the region by 4x4 or quad bike. Millions of years ago, the entire region was under the sea, which can be explored at local sites like Camel Rock and Fossil Rock. Bike enthusiasts can explore the landscape through the multiple trails developed for all levels through the hills and farmland.
The Hatta Dam is accessible by boat or kayak with its jagged landscape being home to a variety of birds including ospreys and fish eagles. Alternatively, guests can visit the Heritage Village, a reconstruction of a traditional mountain village, made up of 30 buildings including mosques and homes, furnished in a way reminiscent of UAE in the 1960s.
For more information on JA Hatta Fort Hotel and for bookings visit The JA Resorts And Hotels website.