Mall of the Emirates
Mall of the Emirates is home to over 450 retailers and also features a complete range of entertainment options including Ski Dubai, the first indoor ski destination in the Middle East, a two-level Magic Planet, the largest indoor family entertainment centre in the country, a 14-screen Cine star Cinemas and the Dubai Community Arts and Theater with a 500 seat-theater and art gallery.
It also has over 70 restaurants and coffee shops with everything from fast food to themed restaurants and exclusive dining alternatives. This mixed use development will incorporate two hotels, including a 5-star Kempinski, which will offer over 900 rooms combined, a host of licensed restaurants, tennis court, swimming pools and spas.
Mall of the Emirates is Dubai’s favorite meeting place; the only destination that offers friends a place to play, eat out, do some serious shopping, learn or even sleep in five star luxury.
You will find absolutely the largest number of stores under one roof and the widest variety of shopping at Mall of the Emirates, from designer brands to teen fashion, furniture, electronics, accessories, jewelery, shoes, bags, toys, books…anything you could possibly wish for! Harvey Nichols and Debenhams open their largest stores in the region at Mall of the Emirates, while 66 outlets including Aizone, Bois & Chiffon, Reiss, M Missoni and Marc Jacobs make their Middle East debut with us. With stores grouped in themed precincts and the two levels of the mall inter-connected by a network of escalators and travelators, shopping is a pleasure. Books, Cards, Novelties, Toys & Games, Kid's Fashion, Entertainment & Music, Snacks & Sweets.
Located conveniently near the main leisure attractions of the mall are a number of licensed restaurants and bars. These stylish venues offer fine dining in unique settings, the majority of them overlooking the ski hill. Why not sample the best of Lebanese cuisine at ‘Karam’, brasserie style steaks at ‘St Maxim’s’, a superb salmon and seafood menu at ‘Salmontini’ or a relaxing beer and alpine fondue at ‘Apres’. Downstairs is the impressive Sezzam, offering food from around the world and the intimate Evory Lounge bar which often features live entertainment. Beyond the West End, the mall has plenty of other options for food and refreshment. The centre has two food courts, one at either end of the building. Ideal for young families, these provide well-known fast food outlets as well as some local options. There are also a range of restaurants next to the cinema and a host of cafes spread throughout the mall from the French street corner chic of Paul’s to the snow views provided at Costa Coffee.