Ras al Khaimah Holidays 2022/2023
Ras al Khaimah holidays
Hot on the heels of Dubai and only 45 minutes away, an Emirate that has risen to global prominence on the luxury holiday market, Ras al Khaimah‘s reputation as a desirable destination is building steadily. This emerging emirate in the UAE is now a firm favorite on the tourist map for those looking for romance, adventure or family fun. Five-star hotels and a variety of attractions complement the area’s natural beauty and cultural heritage to create a uniquely rewarding Middle Eastern holiday escape.
Luxury holidays in Ras al Khaimah
Since the resorts and hotels in Ras al Khaimah are so new – many having been built in the last ten years – they all measure up superbly in terms of modern, first-rate facilities and comfortable, stylish appointments. For an added sense of luxury amidst our selection of unforgettable Ras al Khaimah retreats, opt for Waldorf Astoria Ras al Khaimah, Ritz Carlton Al Hamra Beach Resort, or Ritz Carlton Al Wadi Desert Resort, where style, service, and sophistication guarantee an upgraded experience .
A holiday to Ras al Khaimah is at once relaxing and stimulating. Your resort will provide all you need to unwind in the best possible fashion, with revitalizing spa treatments and delicious cuisine drawn from the world’s culinary crossroads. The local landscape meanwhile affords the adventurous among you the opportunity to explore the rugged charm of this engaging emirate. The mystical dunes and desert expanses will certainly provide a few tales to tell.
10 great reasons to holiday in Ras al Khaimah
- Be the among the first to discover an emerging destination
- Only 45 minutes from Dubai
- Great choice of All-Inclusive hotels
- The Old City and Souq – authentic and modern shops alongside artisans’ workshops
- Visit Jebel Jais & Toroverfrom Ras al Khaimah, home to the world’s longest zipline
- Al Hamra Mall, situated close to the majority of beach hotels
- Al Hamra Championship Golf Course
- Bask in the heat of year-round sunshine
- beautiful coastline
- Great for multi-centre holidays with a beach and desert combination
Ramadan in the UAE
Ramadan is from 22nd March – 21st April 2023 and 10th March – 9th April 2024. During religious celebrations and public holidays in the United Arab Emirates, restrictions on the serving of alcohol may be imposed at hotels and restaurants. Food services may also be restricted and opening times may vary. Please check with your Kenwood Travel agent for more info.
Public holidays in the UAE
Please note that during religious celebrations and public holidays in the United Arab Emirates, restrictions on the serving of alcohol may be imposed at hotels and restaurants. Food services may also be restricted and opening times may vary. Please check with your Kenwood Travel agent for more info.
Interesting facts about Ras al Khaimah
- Area – 2,486 km2 (650 sq miles)
- Population – Between 250,000 – 300,000 people
- Currency – Arab Emirates Dirham (AED)
- Crown Prince – Mohammed bin Saud al-Qasimi
Weather in Ras al Khaimah
Ras al Khaimah has a desert climate. Summers are very hot while winters are mild, with temperatures averaging 18 – 25 degrees celsius in January. Meanwhile, temperatures can vary between 29 – 43 degrees celsius in July, meaning Ras al Khaimah offers somewhere to soak up the sun year-round. Visitors will find resorts provide plenty of opportunities to relax even in the warmest months in their air-conditioned buildings, shady gardens, and choice of swimming pools.
Ras al Khaimah Holidays 2022 / 2023
To ensure the luxury holiday of a lifetime to Ras al Khaimah, including honeymoons, allow Kenwood Travel to arrange a wonderful package that is tailored specifically to your needs. Book early to get the best prices and avoid disappointment. We have over 40 years of luxury holiday experience and take pride in granting your holiday wishes. Check out all the latest offers on Ras al Khaimah getaways today.
Know before you go
Please note: Hotel check-in times in Ras al Khaimah are usually from 3pm. Guests will not have access to their room before this point unless otherwise stated.
Please note: Electronic cigarettes are banned in the UAE, and it is forbidden to bring them into the country.
Please note: Visitors to the UAE traveling with medicine are advised to check the approved list as provided by United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health & Prevention. For certain medications, visitors will be required to submit an online form prior to travel. This is a legal requirement, and visitors found with undeclared medicines run risk of being denied entry into the country.
Please note: A tourism tax of AED 20 (approx. £4.30) per room per night applies in Ras al Khaimah, to be paid at check out.