Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach

Fujairah Resort
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ChainRotana Hotels
Rotana Hotel & Resorts
Total Meeting Space501 sq. m
Guest Rooms250
Al Aqah Beach, Dibba
P.O. Box 1856

Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach

Fujairah Resort
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service


  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Rental Car Service


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Tennis Courts
  • Water Sports

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space501 sq. m
Meeting Rooms4

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms250



Local Attractions

Oman Musandam

140 minutes away
Enjoy an unforgettable day cruising along the “Fjords of Musandam” , while feasting your eyes on the striking scenery. A Dhow trip to the fjords offers an insight into its fantastic landscape. During the Dhow cruise, you will cruise into the Straits of Hormuz and discover different villages through the majestic 16 km fjord (Khor). The Dhow will anchor at various places including the famous Telegraph Island, where you can swim and snorkel in the clear waters, there is also the possibility to see dolphins during on the way.

Fujairah Fort

Historical Landmark
45 minutes away
Fujairah Fort, built in 1670, was badly damaged by a British in the early 20th C. Considered the oldest fort in the UAE, it has served as a defensive building and a home for the ruling family. The Fujairah Fort is a mud brick structure with three major sections, several halls, one square tower and two round towers. The fort has been renovated and restored to its former glory. For many centuries it was the only stone building along the Fujairah coast. Located on a hill at the edge of date gardens, the Fujairah Fort is surrounded by the remains of some old town houses. Hobbies & Activities category: Town walls, fortifications, gates; Scenic site or route; Towers, monuments, observation deck

Fujairah - Masafi

110 minutes away
Masafi is a village located on the edge of the Hajar Mountains near Fujairah. It was a trading post and refueling stop before the modern highways were built in the 1970s. The village is actually divided in to two parts with the larger section belonging to the emirate of Fujairah and the smaller belonging to the emirate of Ras al Khaimah. The name "Masafi" is Arabic for "pure water"; the village is well known for its natural springs. In fact Masafi is also the name of the Gulf's leading natural mineral water producer, which is located near the village. A market, called the Friday Market even thought it is open seven days a week, is found on the Dubai-Fujairah Road as you approach Masafi. The main items to bargain for are rugs, earthenware, antiques and souvenirs.

Fujairah Heritage Village

Historical Landmark
50 minutes away
Fujairah Heritage Village is close to the Ain Madhab gardens, and portrays the traditional life of the people of the Emirates. Exhibits include traditional houses, cooking utensils, farming tools and other items as well as the AlYazrah system used for irrigating fields, which uses a working bull. The village is open all day; every day and entry is free.

Fujairah Wadis

45 minutes away
Fujairah is well known for its Wadis due to the geological topography of the area. Wadis are dry riverbeds that contain water after a heavy rain, in Arabic it can also mean oasis. Tourists can enjoy Wadi Bashing. Wadi Siji, Wadi Saham, Wadi Mai and many other wadis. Wadi Ham is the largest and longest, springing from Masafi area. Wadi Al Tawian is reached through a mountain route. Wadi Siji reaches to Al Zaid and Umm al-Quwain. Dhaid is an oasis town that is located at the entrance to Wadi Siji. The rainwater that collected as run-off from the mountains created the oasis. Wadi Al Wurayah is a major tourist attraction north of Fujairah. This scenic area includes the Al Wurayah waterfalls. Wadi Al Hail is a famous wadi.

Ain Al Madhab Gardens

50 minutes away
Ain Al Madhab Gardens These gardens are situated in a valley in the foothills of the Hajar mountains, just outside Fujairah City, and are fed by mineral springs. This warm sulphur laden water is also used in two swimming pools available for ladies and for men. On public holidays, an outdoor theatre is used for festivals, which include traditional singing and folklore dances. The opening times are 10 am to 11 pm (closed Saturday).

Fujairah Museum

45 minutes away
The Fujairah Museum is located south of the Fort, opposite the Ruler's Palace. Displays at the Fujairah Museum include artifacts found in archeological digs at Qidfa and Bithnah. Local and foreign archeologists have uncovered items dating back to early Bronze Age, over 4,500 years ago. Exhibits at the Fujariah Museum include pieces made of bronze, steel, brass, silver and gold. Bronze and Iron Age weapons, painted pottery, carved soapstone vessels and pre-Islamic silver coins. The latest addition to the displays is Herbs and Folkloric Medicine. An exquisite discovery in Qadfaa during archeological excavations is an ostrich's egg dating back 2200 years. The egg was used by local ancestors as a bowl and is still in very good.


40 minutes away
Bullfighting a big draw in Fujairah On a typical Friday in Fujairah, a crowd gathers around a ring and distressed bulls strain against their ropes and bellow mournfully. A couple of bulls dig their hooves threateningly into the ground, apparently getting ready for the charge. Bullfighting may be a traditional spectacle of Spain, Portugal, some cities in southern France, and several Latin American countries, but bullfighting also exists in the United Arab Emirates, especially in the emirate of Fujairah, as well as in the Sultanate of Oman. In Fujairah, however, bullfighting has been transformed into a form of entertainment on Fridays. While bull owners take care to see their animals do not get hurt and though there is no bloodshed, as in the traditional Spanish sport, nevertheless, the fear and humiliation that the animal goes through is plainly evident. The bulls are restrained until it is time for the charge. Then they are allowed to lock horns fiercely, encouraged by their owners and vociferously egged on by the crowd. The noise, the dust, the sweltering heat and the agitation of the bulls, all adds to the excitement. The bull, which forces the opponent to back down, is declared the winner. In some fights, one of the bulls decides enough is enough and makes a retreat, much to the embarrassment of its owner. Its opponent is then declared the winner. The owner's joy of having his bull's status elevated from ordinary to ‘prize bull', somewhat makes up for the bull's lack of interest in his own victory. The bullfights in Fujairah attract a lot of spectators from Abu Dhabi, 
Ras Al Khaimah and tourists from 
further afield. Almost as great an attraction is the arena announcer who provides a strong, gregarious commentary to the events.

Distance from Airport

  • 140 km from Venue


  • Valet Parking


Welcome to a secluded retreat in a magnificent setting, where welcoming faces anticipate your every need. Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach reflects a warm, friendly, and relaxed ambience amidst glorious gardens, white sandy beaches, sparkling pools and cascading waterfalls. Rediscover genuine care, outstanding and unobtrusive service, friendly surroundings, and authentic cuisine. Beautifully sheltered between the Hajar Mountains and the majestic Indian Ocean, the Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach is 140 km away from Dubai International Airport and 45 km away from Fujairah National Airport. Ideally located on the east coast of the United Arab Emirates, this prime 5 star beachfront resort is approximately 15 km away from Dibba Village and 49 km from Fujairah town. Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach sets a new dimension for hosting small meetings, to orchestrating group seminars with a pride on developing unique experiences. Group and incentive facilities include business centre, 3 meeting rooms, acres of 'al fresco' beach and garden banquet venues and a spacious ballroom that can be divided into two sections. Dedicated conference staff are efficient in facilitating every detail involved in hosting outstanding meetings and events.


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