Named the ‘Best Boutique Hotel in the Middle East,’ Zaya Nurai Island defines the latest hip hangout for the jet set and we have a super Earlybird special plus an Executive Edge exclusive.

Zaya Nurai Island heaven

Be sure to don your Versace sunglasses and finest designer gear, this place is oh-so-chic. Named the ‘Best Boutique Hotel in the Middle East’, Zaya Nurai Island defines the latest hip hangout for the jet set. We have a super deal on offer through Executive Edge Travel.

Situated along the Arabian Gulf a mere 60 minutes from downtown Dubai and 15 minutes from Abu Dhabi, this slick Asian-style lair is the most unique and exclusive private island resort in the Middle East. Cool and contemporary, 42 colossal villas at Zaya Nurai Island blend into the landscape showcasing white linen, bleached wooden furniture, outdoor terraces with private infinity pools, white billowing curtains, massive sliding glass doors and St Tropez deep day beds.

Five restaurants ranging from Mexican, Levantine seafood, International and Italian serve up locally grown organic fruit and vegetables, line-caught fish and biodynamic wines.

Nibble on flawless morsels of sashimi at poolside restaurant ‘Ginger Mermaid,’ dance at the boho ‘Smokin Pinapple’ Beach Club, yoga at sunset, watch a movie at the outdoor cinema, jet ski off the beach, or sip cocktails at the ‘Book Cellar’.


Early Bird Special for Zaya Nurai Island – 15% off with 2 months advance booking March – October 31, 2018

PLUS Edge Exclusive – complimentary glass of champagne upon arrival at Zaya Nurai Island, bottle of champagne for stays of 3 nights or more, 15 minutes in the Surf Pool, one outdoor cinema experience and one free complimentary sunrise yoga session

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Kimberly Rosbe

About Kimberly Rosbe

A long summer on the Amalfi Coast solidified Kimberly’s resolve to trade in her Manolos at Harper’s Bazaar and swap high fashion for the high-end travel industry and she’s never looked back. With a Master’s Degree in journalism and growing up travelling the world, Kimberly recently lived in Australia for a decade but now she’s The Departure Lounge’s US correspondent writer based on the East Coast.

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