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A lively beach club experience just hit the shores of Palm West Beach, the waterfront F&B destination on Palm Jumeirah. Elevating beach living, The Club promises visitors a new getaway in Dubai. The beach venue will be the first to house nine unique concepts under one roof, with SĀN Beach set to open on 14 April.

Reimagining the beach club scene, The Club marks an unparalleled signature development where nature meets design. Its contemporary architecture, coupled with its uniquely crafted style, creates an immaculate ambiance that will transport guests to an invigorating and serene realm. The Club features natural white stones placed along white sand reminiscent of the Maldives. The destination’s rich, neutral palate complements the carefully selected teak wood and travertine from Italy.

Omar Khoory, Chief Assets Officer at Nakheel said: “Since its inception, Palm West Beach has become one of the trendiest beach locations in Dubai. In line with our commitment to enrich our attractions, we are proud to introduce The Club, an unrivalled beach venue that will deliver an exclusive and elevated experience.  At Nakheel, we continuously strive to find new ways to upscale our destinations as well as cultivate distinguished lifestyle experiences for our visitors.”

The beach club will feature seven connected pools and exclusive access to a serene private beach, bringing together nine bespoke concepts under one roof, including SĀN, Eva Beach House, Playa, Ayla, Loren and Gallery – 740, with three more launching soon. Each concept houses a distinct experience, a special cuisine and a sensual ambiance that will transmit visitors to different parts of the world. The Club will also offer access to a nearby padel tennis court, a concept store with beach accessories and apparel, and a special entrance reserved for its customers.

Set to open 14 April, SĀN Beach draws inspiration from the San, the indigenous people of Africa who live in harmony with nature. Featuring a Mediterranean-inspired menu, patrons can enjoy the restaurant, book private sofas and floating sunbeds or opt for the luxurious cabanas.

Palm West Beach will also be launching ‘Dock and Dine’ this April, enabling boats to dock at the beach and allowing visitors to disembark for a chance to enjoy seaside dining and an unparalleled beach experience.

Source: Red Havas