Guests of The First Collection can enjoy eco touches to their stay, from sustainably made key cards to Zero%’s amenity range, and LUVE, recyclable glass-bottled water.
Expo City Dubai will welcome delegates and guests from around the world when it hosts the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference – also known as COP28 – from 30th November to 12th December 2023. The First Collection invites you to enjoy an elevated and memorable experience at our eco-chic urban destinations.
If you are looking to enhance your COP28 Dubai itinerary with eco-friendly accommodations close to the Expo City, The First Collection Hotels offer a unique experience where conscious comfort goes hand-in-hand with environmental care.
Only a short distance from Expo City Dubai, The First Collection at Jumeirah Village Circle is perfectly located in the heart of Jumeirah Village Circle, one of Dubai’s most pristine communities centered on sustainable living. After a busy day attending COP28, relax and unwind at this eco-chic oasis, which offers spacious and comfortable guest rooms, an expansive swimming pool, and cutting-edge restaurants, headlined by the highly popular Santé Ria Bar & Restaurant.
The First Collection Business Bay is for those who like to be in the heart of the city. This beautiful urban sanctuary offers elegant and spacious guest rooms, front-row views of Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa, a rooftop pool, and sun deck, all just minutes from Downtown Dubai. It’s also home to some of the region’s top-rated restaurants, including The Blacksmith Bar & Eatery, famed for its Southern cuisine.
As proud ambassadors for sustainable hospitality in the UAE, The First Collection
has implemented successful initiatives that have contributed to the hotel group’s consistent decline in water, energy, and plastic consumption. Guests staying at
The First Collection Business Bay and The First Collection at Jumeirah Village Circle can enjoy eco touches to their stay, from sustainably made bamboo key cards to Zero%’s range of amenities, and LUVE, refreshing water served in recyclable glass bottles.
While you are in Dubai for the COP28 summit, be sure to delve into the city’s many exciting attractions, from relaxing beachside escapes to thrilling green adventures.
COP28 Dubai 2023 coincides with UAE National Day celebrations on 2nd December. The city is transformed into a showcase of beautifully curated cultural activities and vibrant entertainment at every turn. Make sure to visit Global Village to sample the UAE’s rich cultural heritage.
Tap into Dubai’s idyllic beach club scene at Soluna Beach Club. Slip into the relaxing vibe of this coastal oasis where you can enjoy a bite to eat at quaint alfresco eateries and lounge poolside with the surf as your soundtrack.
A day out at Miracle Gardens is a must for nature lovers and flora enthusiasts. This tranquil and colourful Dubai attraction will ignite your senses with the aromatic and visually stunning displays on show at the world’s largest natural flower garden.
Dubai is a playground of adventure, and the year-round sunny climate makes it ideal to indulge in the thrilling water sports on offer at Soluna Beach Club. Guests staying The First Collection enjoy 20% off water activities, from kite surfing to parasailing!
Beyond Dubai’s glitzy skyscrapers lies the enigmatic allure of its desert landscape. For a quintessential Emirati experience, embark on a desert safari tour tailored to your adventure level. From guided quad-biking tours to midnight stargazing escapades, this bucket-list Dubai attraction offers a truly unforgettable experience.
Take advantage of our special COP28 stay package and save 35% off at The First Collection Business Bay and The First Collection at Jumeirah Village Circle. Along with discounted access to Soluna Beach Club, enjoy further discounts on hotel dining, spa visits, and much more.
Expo City Dubai is the prestigious venue for COP28, which is expected to welcome more than 80,000 guests during the 12-day event, from 30 November – 12 December 2023. Following Egypt, the UAE will become the second country in the Middle East to host the summit, which focuses on important issues affecting climate change and the environment.