One&Only Royal Mirage partners with Leica Camera April 26, 2021 Travel 110 One&Only Royal Mirage has partnered with luxury camera brand, Leica to take guests on a journey of discovery among the resort’s hidden sanctuaries to capture memorable moments throughout their stay. Guests can explore the resort’s 65-acres of gardens, expansive private beachfront and intricate Arabic design with their own personal Leica digital camera, along with a comprehensive guide to the resort’s most photographed venues, architectural and design highlights, and perfect sunset viewpoints.Exclusively available for guests booking a Suite at the Residence & Spa for three nights or more, the “Love Through The Lens” package includes world-class dining and authentic experiences at One&Only Royal Mirage, celebrating the traditions and heritage of Arabia and creating numerous photo opportunities for visitors. Guests will enjoy alfresco breakfast at the Dining Room, an Oriental Hammam Ritual at the award-winning One&Only Spa and an authentic dinner at the famed Moroccan restaurant Tagine. The team at One&Only Royal Mirage will be able to offer guidance on how to use the camera to capture the best images, and how to find the resort’s most picturesque locations. Those looking to grow their skills further can also opt for a personalised visit to the Leica store at The Dubai Mall to learn about photography and receive a two-hour in-store masterclass.Evoking the splendour and opulence of an Arabian palace, One&Only Royal Mirage is a legendary retreat, hidden from the city and enveloped in verdant gardens. The resort’s multiple environments including The Palace, Arabian Court and Residence & Spa, bring to life the myths of old Arabia through architecture and design – a melody of intricate arches, domes and towers interspersed by courtyards and rich green lawns. The Arabesque design features, impeccable symmetry and mesmerising details are set to inspire guests at every turn as they explore the memorable views and concealed corners of this iconic Dubai resort through the lens of their Leica camera.