Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort & Spa

Based on 10 reviews


Staff Picks
50 month ago
Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort & Spa was one of the more wished for places throughout 2015’s I Want Somewhere holiday campaign. Where’s your somewhere? Enter to win a bucket list experience.
Anna S
67 month ago
Absolutely incredible experience. If you want to save a bit of money for dinner, go to the pool-side restaurant. The main restaurant buffet is 250 AED per person and you will roll out of there.
Mau L
76 month ago
My Favorite Hotel in the World, it's very quiet there, the Food and Service is amazing. The look of the Hotel and the area in the Liwa Desert is brilliant. The big Pool is cooled down to 29degres C
Nicole A
80 month ago
If time allows, I would recommend getting a massage as the rooms overlook the desert and it was great service! Also go to hard drive dune bashing and camel ride to see the sunset at the desert.
Rima A
85 month ago
Go for the long camel sunset trek! It's amazing and also after riding the camels they'll take you to a setting where you'll get to hold the falcons and have some snacks and watch the sun goes down😍
Jumana I
85 month ago
One of the most luxuries resorts on earth. Spectacular villas amenities with heated pool and amazing view of the dessert and dunes, great services, and friendly staff.
86 month ago
This is one of the most picturesque beautiful places on Earth. A must stay of at least 3 days. It feels like a movie. Must climb the large dune around sunset. It would be a sin to forget your camera.
95 month ago
From far, one of the best stress free experience you can get in this outstanding resort. I highly recommend the sunrise and sunset activities which will make you feel like Lawrence of Arabia!
Visit Abu Dhabi
95 month ago
This resort offers grand views of the world's largest uninterrupted sand mass alongside a range of excursions reflecting the region’s ancient traditions.
Antti V
102 month ago
In the summertime going for a villa is a must. Nothing better than to plunge in your private pool and look at the dunes when it's around +45C. An amazing experience.