Dubai’s Only Mountain Resort, JA Hatta Fort Hotel reopens for staycations

By Olga_Gafurova Wednesday, 17 June 2020 6:24 PM

Dubai’s Only Mountain Resort, JA Hatta Fort Hotel reopens for staycations

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For the ultimate escape from the crowds and plenty of space to roam, there is no better option than Dubai’s only mountain resort, boutique property JA Hatta Fort Hotel, set to reopen on Sunday 21st June. The unique property features just 53 individual rooms nestled amidst the majestic Hajar Mountains and is now offering free archery lessons for kids and complimentary movie nights, as well as a host of activities and relaxation for adults. 

Located a mere 90-minute scenic drive from central Dubai, the impressive mountainous landscape makes Hatta the ideal staycation spot in Dubai for those seeking extra space and privacy and an escape from the crowds - with affordable summer rates starting from AED 369++.

All 53 deluxe rooms and villas will be operational, from the 21st June, alongside 2 restaurants, Jeema and Café Gazebo, serving a range of homely international cuisine. Guests can also relax in 2 outdoor chilled pools or get involved in several outdoor activities including crazy golf, tennis, archery, rifle shooting or visiting the shaded mini zoo to see the new baby deer, goats, peacocks and tortoises. Local attractions such as kayaking and pedal-boat rides at Hatta Dam, and the honeybee farm are also open to visitors. To celebrate re-opening, JA Hatta Fort Hotel are offering free archery lessons to children from 6-7pm daily throughout the summer months, as well as Kids Movie Nights with complimentary snacks, while parents enjoy an adult beverage or two and some nibbles.

As a boutique resort, JA Hatta Fort Hotel is a great choice for those who want to avoid crowds and ensure safe social distancing, while getting a daily dose of nature. As with all properties within the JA Resorts & Hotels portfolio, JA Hatta Fort Hotel is following a full programme of safety and sanitization which includes government directives and the protocols of the World Travel & Tourism Councils #SafeTravels initiative.