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    9 new must-visit restaurants in Dubai to try

    Life by Sarah Joseph 5 mins ago VIEW GALLERY/ 9 IMAGES As the world embraces a new year, so is Dubai with all its new culinary hotspots that have opened its doors for tourists and residents. From sophisticated ambiences to dishes prepared with an innate attention to detail, be prepared to be astounded with the best served on a plate. Be it the finest caviar or the most indulgent tiramisu, these restaurants have it all. No matter what the cuisine of preference is, this emirate is never short of culinary havens. So if you’re looking to make a booking and try something new, swipe through our guide of editor-approved restaurants to experience in Dubai. – For more on luxury lifestyle, news, fashion and beauty follow Emirates Woman on Facebook and Instagram Images: Supplied & Feature Image: Instagram @wendyswan More

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    6 Energy-Boosting Hacks That Are Simple To Integrate

    Tiredness is that feeling that we all seem to know a little too well. Perhaps it’s waking in the morning and desperately wanting to hit the beckoning snooze button. Or maybe it’s the feeling of that ominous 3pm slump, where our brain fog creeps in as our sugars dip post-lunch. Or perhaps it’s a more figurative feeling of tiredness; that you’re struggling to keep family, friends and yourself topped up, and that the demands of life and communication can feel at times exhausting. 

    Well, you’re not alone, with one of the most common complaints brought to clinicians cited as being tiredness. After all, if we aren’t functioning at our best, we often feel like we’re not committing fully to our work, enjoying life to the most and sleeping well. 

    So with that in mind, the happy news is that a few simple tweaks will pay great dividends. Get ready to be electrocuted into life. Here are 6 easy hacks. 

    Exercise 

    When you’re tired, exercise is usually one of the first things to be given the boot in favour of a lie-down. But people have caught on to the benefits of exercising to boost your energy – something which at first glance could be seen as an oxymoron. In fact, the folks at Harvard cited a study where sleep-deprived volunteers compared against three different interventions: caffeine, stair-climbing and placebo. Ultimately they found that just 10 minutes of exercise boosted participants’ energy levels far more than caffeine (50mg) did.

    Soak up some sunshine (safely) 

    Feel more energetic on a sunny day than you do on a cloudy one? There’s some science to it. One of the best-known benefits of sunlight is vitamin D, which contributes to immune health, bone health and hormone production. Some studies have also suggested an association between sunshine and serotonin production, which helps regulate mood, hunger, sleep, learning, memory and your libido—so it’s possible to for sunshine to provide a natural energy high. Just be sure to soak it up at times when the UV index is low and wear SPF 50+ on any exposed skin. 

    Refuel with fermentation 

    We’re all aware to the fact that gut health is incredibly important to our overall health, influencing our immune system, heart, brain, mood, skin, sleep and overall digestion. We call it our second brain for a reason – it impacts our body overall in significant ways. So to keep our gut healthy it’s important to eat prebiotics and probiotics, limit processed foods and alcohol, drink plenty of water and minimise stress. A great place to start? Ferments. The likes of kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir, tempeh, natural non-flavoured yoghurt, miso and kombucha are your first ports of call. 2,4,6,8. 

    Prep your snacks 

    Drink, sorted. But what about snacks?! When hunger strikes, reach for ones that will keep you fuller for longer. We’re talking protein, good fats and fibre. If you’re in the mood for an apple, why not slather some peanut butter over it to ensure a slower release of energy? Or if you’re feeling like you need a top-up, protein goes a long way, after all, it’s the most satiating macronutrient. We’re talking yoghurt, tuna, trail mix, hard boiled eggs, a slice of cheese – the list goes on.

    Also, there are studies to suggest that starting the day with a savoury breakfast will help you manage your blood sugars and stay fuller for longer – and more energetic – throughout the day. 

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    Stick to a wake-up time 

    If you’re sleeping in one or two days of the week to try to ‘catch up’ on some energy, it may actually be having the opposite effect. A growing body of research shows that waking up at the same time every morning can not only help you sleep better at night but make it easier to get out of bed in the morning. This is because the circadian rhythm is reinforced, and the body knows what to expect, knowing when to release melatonin (the hormone that induces sleepiness). 

    READ MORE: Struggle Sleeping? Here’s How To Create A Bedtime Routine, Per Experts

    Turn up your favourite tunes 

    Listening to music has been linked to a reduction in stress levels, as well as a rise in serotonin and dopamine. Of course, it helps if it’s music that you love, so try creating a playlist for your morning commute rather than relying on the radio. The combination of lower cortisol levels and mood-regulating neurotransmitters can provide an energy boost while promoting focus and motivation. 

    Consider a supplement 

    We know that vitamins and minerals are essential for our bodies to function at their best. They influence our metabolic pathways and support fundamental cellular functions. And studies have shown that supplementing with vital vitamins and minerals is highly likely to result in health benefits in the areas of physical and mental fatigue. 

    Carla Oates of The Beauty Chef had some interesting insights into supplements, too, stating that, “Certain herbs, such as astragalus, have been traditionally used in Chinese Medicine for years to promote energy levels and increase vitality.” 

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    Renowned Saudi Businessman, Father of Jordan’s Princess Rajwa, Passes Away

    Life by Ruman Baig 6 mins ago In a solemn announcement made by the Royal Hashemite Court on Sunday, it was revealed that Khalid bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al-Saif, a prominent figure in Saudi business circles, has passed away. Mr. Al-Saif was the esteemed father of Princess Rajwa Al-Hussein, adding a layer of sorrow to the hearts of many across the region. Following the directives of King Abdullah II, the Royal Hashemite Court has declared three days of mourning to honor the memory of Mr. Al-Saif, underscoring the profound impact of his life and legacy. Expressions of sympathy and condolences have poured in from various quarters, extending support to King Abdullah II, Queen Rania, Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, Princess Rajwa, and the entire Al-Saif family during this difficult time. The bond between Crown Prince Hussein and Princess Rajwa, symbolized by their union in marriage last June at Zahran Palace in Amman, reflects the intertwining of cultures and the enduring spirit of unity within the royal families of Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Taking to Instagram, Crown Prince Hussein shared a poignant tribute to his late father-in-law, accompanied by a heartfelt caption: “With profound sadness and sorrow, we bid farewell to my beloved father-in-law. We will always remember his kindness, generosity, and integrity. May God bestow mercy upon him and grant us patience and strength,” encapsulating the sentiment felt by many who knew and admired Mr. Al-Saif. As the region mourns the loss of a visionary businessman and beloved family member, the legacy of Khalid bin Musaed bin Saif bin Abdulaziz Al-Saif will endure through the lives he touched and the values he instilled. – For more on luxury lifestyle, news, fashion and beauty follow Emirates Woman on Facebook and Instagram Images: Instagram: @queenrania  More

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    JAX District: Riyadh’s thriving hub of artistic expression

    Life by Ruman Baig 15 mins ago In a city known for its rich cultural heritage and rapid modernization, one district stands out as a beacon of artistic awakening – JAX District. What began as a tantalizing campaign teasing Riyadh’s streets with phrases like “I am Arts” and “I am Inspiration” has blossomed into a vibrant hub of creativity and cultural dynamism. Originally established as a manufacturing site in 1975, JAX District has undergone a remarkable transformation, evolving from an industrial heritage site into a flourishing epicenter of artistic endeavors. Today, it boasts over 100 renovated warehouses, including the prestigious SAMOCA – the first Contemporary Art Museum in Saudi Arabia. At the heart of JAX District’s mission is a celebration of everyone’s inner artist and a commitment to fostering inspiration. This ethos is evident in its diverse array of offerings, from acclaimed artists and galleries to production houses and creative agencies. JAX District serves as a global ecosystem of art and culture, bringing together local talents and international influences under one roof. The district’s significance extends beyond its physical boundaries, aligning with the ambitious goals of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030. By promoting cultural exchanges and inclusivity, JAX District serves as a modern-day pioneer of the Kingdom’s art and creative space, embodying its commitment to progress and innovation. Among its many accolades, JAX District is proud to host some of Saudi Arabia’s most groundbreaking exhibitions and events. From the immersive experience of Noor Riyadh to the forward-thinking MDLBEAST XP Music Conference, the district offers a diverse range of cultural experiences for residents and visitors alike. As the excitement builds for the upcoming Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale, scheduled from February 20th to May 24th, JAX District invites art enthusiasts and curious minds to explore its vibrant streets and discover the transformative power of creativity. Whether you’re seeking inspiration, indulging in cultural exchanges, or simply looking for a culture-filled hangout spot to enjoy with friends, JAX District promises an unforgettable experience. Join us as we celebrate the intersection of art, culture, and community in the heart of Riyadh’s artistic renaissance. JAX District – where creativity finds its home. – For more on luxury lifestyle, news, fashion and beauty follow Emirates Woman on Facebook and Instagram Images: Supplied More

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    Happy Friday: 7 gourmet pizza places in Dubai to grab a slice this weekend

    Life by Ruman Baig 48 mins ago After a long work week, ordering pizza on a Friday is the ultimate comfort food choice. It’s quick, easy, and satisfies those hunger pangs without any hassle. Plus, it’s versatile enough to please everyone’s taste buds. As Joey from Friends famously said, “Pizza’s great because even if it’s bad, it’s still pretty good.” And who doesn’t trust Joey Tribbiani’s wisdom when it comes to food? Whether you prefer a classic Margherita or a gourmet masterpiece, the pizza scene in Dubai offers something for everyone to enjoy. So grab a slice, raise a toast, and savor the deliciousness of pizza today (because it also happens to be a Friday *cartwheels out of work*). Classic Pizza Places to try in Dubai on World Pizza Day: Cipriani Dubai Where: Gate Village, Building 3, DIFCWhat to try: White truffle pizza Scalini Where: Restaurant Village, Near Four Seasons Hotel، – Jumeirah St – DubaiWhat to try: Pizza Carpaccio Il Borro Tuscan Bistro Dubai Where: 906 Jumeirah St – Umm Suqeim 3 What to try: Buffalo mozzarella pizza The Artisan Dubai Where: Waldorf Astoria – Za’abeel – DIFC – DubaiWhat to try: Pizza Zucchine E Battuta Di Gambero Chic Nonna Dubai Where: DIFC, Gate Avenue Mall Zone DWhat to try: Focaccia di Recco Ristorante Loren Where: The Club – West Palm – The Palm JumeirahWhat to try: Piadina Loren Caviar Kaspia Dubai Where: DIFC, Gate Village Building 2What to try: Rusti Caviar New York Pizza – For more on luxury lifestyle, news, fashion and beauty follow Emirates Woman on Facebook and Instagram Images: Instagram @chiaraferragni & Pinterest  More

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    Transformation Journey: Exercise Renewed My Self-Esteem And I’m Stronger Than Ever!

    If you’re on a transformation journey, take heart from the stories of others who’ve been there. Here, Louné Maree details how she went from skinny – and unhealthy – to strong and happier than ever.

    The Starting Point

    On the 28th of March 2023, I underwent my fourth and final surgery with the skilled Dr Nerina Wilkinson, marking a pivotal moment in my transformation journey. The decision to undergo a double mastectomy in 2019, following a positive BRCA2 gene test and the heartbreaking loss of my mother to cancer in 2008, laid the foundation for my path to self-discovery.

    Before the surgery, my passion for fitness and self-care defined my active lifestyle. However, post-surgery, I faced the challenge of re-entering the gym amid a toxic relationship that left me feeling unworthy. Throughout this period, lacking the necessary support at home and facing delayed re-entry into exercise, I made the crucial decision to remove toxic individuals from my life and relocate. By the end of June, I made a bold decision to relocate to Hout Bay in Cape Town, embarking on a journey to rediscover myself.

    By then, my muscles had atrophied, leaving me merely skin and bone. My once-perky butt and solid physique were replaced by a reflection in the mirror that revealed protruding hip bones and a stark change in the texture of my thighs. I weighed just 55kg.

    READ MORE: How To *Actually* Lose Belly Fat With Diet And Exercise

    Trying something new

    Before embarking on this transformation journey, I practised intermittent fasting, restricting my eating window to after 9 at night for a year. However, a pitfall was overindulging during those moments, leading to unhealthy habits of going to bed and feeling bloated. My objective shifted towards a healthier approach, aiming to eat more frequently with smaller portions. It wasn’t until the end of November that I realized being skinny isn’t synonymous with being healthy. With the goal of achieving my best shape before turning 33, this journey is still ongoing. Every week brings progress, and I can feel myself growing stronger.

    By the end of November, I transitioned to heavier weight training, eliminating cardio to focus on muscle building rather than further weight loss. I incorporated whey protein and creatine into my diet, prioritizing protein, vegetables, and fruits.

    READ MORE: How One Personal Trainer Lost 30kg – And Kept It Off

    Success!

    Embarking on this transformation journey has been a solo endeavour, with the unwavering support of my sister, work colleagues, and friends. While I’ve always had a passion for exercise and fitness, this time around, it became a mental challenge. Some mornings, training before work meant conquering the temptation to hit the snooze button. Initially, even donning my gym clothes posed a challenge, but I recognized that once I started my workout, I was on a mission with unstoppable momentum. Surprisingly, cutting out sugar, alcohol and fast foods turned out to be the easiest part of this journey.

    I now maintain a robust and healthy weight of 60kg. Achieving this transformation spanned a dedicated five-month period.

    I experience increased energy, find daily tasks more manageable, and feel a new-found confidence in my physique. Building muscle has instilled in me a sense of strong willpower and improved mental well-being.

    READ MORE: How To Lose 1kg A Week: Safe & Healthy Exercise & Nutrition Tips

    Louné’s tips

    Get support

    “Begin by surrounding yourself with a supportive circle—I have a group of female friends I fondly call my cheerleaders. They uplift me during lows and celebrate my achievements.”

    Get an eating plan

    “Establish a well-balanced eating plan. As this gains momentum, consider joining a gym where like-minded individuals share your goals and energy. While setting personal fitness goals, always keep in mind that fitness is more than a goal; it’s a lifestyle.”

    Uplift yourself

    “I appreciate the concept of women empowerment. Recognizing our emotions, let’s uplift one another through genuine compliments on success and appearance, fostering self-confidence.” More

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    Founder of MAXION, Christiana Maxion, on building long-lasting connections through tech

    Creative Direction: Amy SessionsPhotographer: Ziga MihelčičFashion Editor: Camille MacawiliMakeup & Hair: Mauro Hernan at MMG artistsCover Star: Christiana MaxionLocation with thanks to UPSIDE LIVINGStyling with thanks to OUNASSIn February’s Breaking The Code, Christiana Maxion, Founder of MAXION, shares personal insights that kick-started her career in building long-lasting human connections through tech, plus her vision for a different online future.What first ignited your interest to develop and start MAXION?It all started with an Instagram account… I started documenting my dating experience in 2020 and people were really drawn to my empowered dating standpoint: dating with high standards and low expectations. I absolutely loved dating in Dubai but the account taught me one thing: people hated dating in Dubai and I was shocked because the most amazing people I have ever met have lived here! I soon figured out that people were just missing one another and I wanted to be the bridge that connected them. I opened up my matchmaking agency in 2021 and we saw immediate success and extreme demand. Which proved to me that people were searching for an alternative to what was currently on the market. In seven months Christiana MAXION Solutions was offering elite matchmaking for high and ultra high net worth men, not only in Dubai, but worldwide! We now boast an over 95% success rate with a 40,000+ global database. What I realized with the matchmaking agency is that we only service a niche group of people and can only take on a certain number of clients per quarter – but I wanted more! I wanted to create more connections and success for a larger pool of people. So I decided to digitise my services, marrying compatibility and concierge, and boom – I launched MAXION in ten months time and we are bringing my elite matchmaking to the masses!What is the USP of the app that sets it apart from the others?MAXION is a matchmaking concierge for driven, smart, ambitious individuals across the GCC who are time-poor, and designed to expedite the entire connection process and put you in front of the right people. Most of us move to the UAE on a work visa without close friends, family or a partner, and it could be a lonely place to start. We all go through proximity settling (forced to be friends with people you work with or live in your neighborhood, rather than true compatibility) and spend lots of wasted time in heaps of trial-and-error relationships. In a city like Dubai, where you outsource everything, why not outsource your love life to the experts? MAXION is changing the way accomplished professionals form meaningful connections – getting busy professionals off the app and in-person with compatible partners. What is on the market right now is NOT working! 42% of online daters have a negative experience; 71% of people lie on dating apps; 77% of online daters don’t go on in-person dates. The UAE is becoming more of a permanent place rather than a transient city and meaningful connections will assist in people’s decisions to choose the GCC as their future home. Now is the perfect time to launch as we want to capture this demand and ride on the success of the agency by catering to a wider audience and expanding into friendship in addition to romantic connections.∙ Only vetted, verified, real people: No tourists. All members are LinkedIn and EID verified.∙ Compatibility: No more swiping. New, expertly-picked profiles sent weekly.∙ Concierge: No more wasted time chatting. We plan, book, and con- firm all of your dates through our partnership with Seven Rooms. We get you to the date with our partnership with Yango.∙ Connection: No more ghosting. Feedback gives you direction and feeds into our compatibility engines to perfect the process.∙ Cherry on top: Not everyone has the time to go on one-on-one dates so maximise your chances of connection by gaining access to our member-exclusive parties. MAXION is designed to skip the chit chat and get you in-person in order to see if there’s a connection. Our ratio will always be 50:50.MAXION was on beta test and officially launched last year. How has it been received?We are so excited to announce that we now have MAXION Members on our platform connecting, going on dates, and attending events. We already have a few couples just from our launch party! We had a slight hiccup post launch with transitioning from an external agency to an internal tech team, but ever since our second launch, we are proud to say that we have over 1,000 downloads and 800 plus applications in just six weeks! We are ready to take over and solve the GCC connection crisis!Have you had to get comfortable as an entrepreneur and has it changed the way you view yourself?I always knew I was destined for greatness but didn’t know which route would make me shine the brightest and now I’ve found it. I’ve been an athlete, Pilates trainer, author, school leader, millionaire matchmaker, and now tech founder… billionaire next. I LOVE who I am today. The woman I look at in the mirror today is a completely different woman than who I was when I moved to this country in 2016, when I was a school leader in 2018, and in between jobs in 2021. I have built myself into what I am today and truly believe that the successes I’ve achieved in all aspects of my life, in particular, my fitness, sobriety, my matchmaking agency and now as a tech founder are at the core of my confidence, drive, ambition, resilience, and grit.“I entered a totally new space blind but figured it out. I always say, “jump, then figure out how to fly.”How many people are in your team now and did you start out alone?Being a solo first-time tech founder came with its many challenges, but I always saw every speed bump as a learned lesson and used it to be better moving forward. I entered a totally new space blind but figured it out. I always say, “jump. then figure out how to fly.” The first thing I did when I entered the tech space was ask all of my friends to introduce me to anyone in the space – tech founders, fund managers, anyone and everyone. I connected with people and the first thing I asked them was “tell me the two biggest mistakes you ever made and how you fixed them.” I learned massive lessons from these conversations.Our current team: We now have three advisors and eight MAXION employees. Advisors are KEY especially for a solo founder. I have a tech advisor, strategy advisor and startup advisor. Our team consists of operations, tech, marketing, and memberships, but in all honesty there’s only one role in startups: whatever it takes! You must be able to wear all hats to make this wheel turn. But I could absolutely not live without my right hand! Samreen Khimani is our Operations Lead. I’m the head and she’s the neck. I have the vision, dream, can see the future, and make things happen, but she makes things move. Without the neck, you have no head. She is an absolute critical person to how we function and I trust her wholly and completely. We’ve known each other for years and she has been on this journey with me since 2020!You’re clearly a driven person. Where do you think it all comes from?I am highly motivated by status. I grew up in a very affluent area but always felt a couple of steps behind and I’m determined to be hundreds of steps ahead now. I want to be known as the best, the top, tech phenomenon. Tell me I can’t do something, and I’ll do it ten times better and ten times faster. I had a previous partner that told me I would be nothing without him and I’ve let that statement drive me. It has propelled me into success in all aspects of my life. My drive also comes from my obsession to contribute. Not only contribute by creating connections but also by funding and helping to fuel other female founders’ dreams and businesses.As a female in the tech industry, are there any difficulties you’ve faced and how did you overcome it?Many people don’t take you seriously or waste your time. I also think being young and beautiful is looked down upon but I use it as my superpower! Beauty gets you in the doors, but brains gets you to the top floor. I’ve had people waste my time with meetings disguised as potential investors but really they just want to take me out or get to know me personally. I’ve had so many people say it’s a silly idea and it will never work. I’ve had people question my lack of experience and cast doubt on my ability to thrive… I laugh! They obviously don’t know I’m a force to be reckoned with. I am driven by naysayers. I let the hate fuel me.FUNDING. We are about to close our pre-seed round at $950,000 USD! Which is absolutely incredible for a first-time female tech founder and unheard of.How do you and your product team approach innovation within the company?Community Portals: We now have our first portal launched for the international expat community in Dubai. We have started to localise the product to be Shariah-aligned for Islamic marriage connections for the local communities across the GCC. We cannot wait to serve and create more connections for all communities with the ever-expansion of our new portals.AI: I am so excited to catapult MAXION into the next stratosphere with all of the AI concierge services we have planned. We are not only a matchmaking concierge for connections, but we will soon take over your social life and be your pocket concierge for all of your social needs. More to be revealed soon!What are your top tips in building authentic and elevated connections, online and offline?Be you! My favourite quote of all time is by Dr. Seuss ‘No one is you-er than you’. I relate this to business as in no one can do what you do so keep your head straight and focused on your own path and prize. I also relate this to relationships. Being your authentic self is the number one key to attracting the right people for you. In this day and age where everyone is obsessed with image and social media, people complain about the lack of authenticity as most people feel like carbon copies of what they see online. Instead embrace your quirks and your uniqueness and shine brighter than ever. Stand on a pedestal built on your accomplishments, successes, and character. This is the foundation of who you are and your ideal people are going to put you on that pedestal for those exact reasons. Shine bright and don’t let anyone dim your shine!This is The Tech Issue – what technology has been a game-changer in your life and how so?I am obsessed with my Oura Ring! I get up every morning and immediately check my sleep data and my readiness score. It is so accurate and I get a high form seeing the little crowns for optimal readiness.February’s – The Tech Issue with Christiana Maxion  – Download Now– For more on luxury lifestyle, news, fashion and beauty follow Emirates Woman on Facebook and Instagram More

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    Want to start your own podcast series? Here’s 6 studios to record in Dubai

    Lifeby Sarah Joseph4 hours ago Thinking of using your extra time more productively and starting your own podcast? We’re here to help.From fashion-related topics to inspiring the next generation with invigorating topics, this side hustle can escalate when done professionally.Whether you’d like to co-host with a friend, business partner, or co-worker these Dubai-based studios will have you sorted with their professional equipment and sound-proof rooms, that will cater to your needs.For an idea of where to record your podcast, Emirates Woman has curated the ultimate guide to professional studios in Dubai.25 HoursPlan on starting your own podcast? This venue offers its very own podcast studio to record the next inspiring idea you might have. With professionally-equipped mikes, guests can use their time wisely to create content in this inspiring space. Without limiting to podcasts, guests also have the option of mixing their own vinyl and perhaps recording the next best hit. The studio rates are priced at Dhs250 per hour, Dhs800 for four hours and Dhs1,400 for a full-day session of up to eight hours.For more information visit 25hours-hotels.comSocial DistriktLooking to catch up on some weekend work? SPĀCES by catalyst concepts has officially opened its doors in the heart of Palm Jumeirah. Designed to be the next creative hub, this all-inclusive space includes, panel talks, exhibitions, a lighting studio and a podcast studio to find inspiration. Located on the ground floor of Social Distrikt at The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah, this venue will ensure your creative juices are flowing.For more information visit socialdistrikt.comRove HotelsWhether you are a budding or established podcaster or an entrepreneur looking for new ways to promote your business, this space is for you. Situated at Rove Downtown, the Rove Podcast Studio is self-service and can accommodate a maximum of 4 Rovers per session. With podcast-ready hardware, a super cool and inspiring space at the heart of Downtown Dubai as well as complimentary tea and coffee to keep your creative juices flowing. The prices start at Dhs150 for 1 hour upto Dhs700 for the full day up to 12 hours.For more information visit search.rovehotels.comFoundryThis creative space was launched to contribute to Dubai’s burgeoning art scene. With a range of cultural programmes, guests are invited to enjoy workshops and can record more podcasts in their studios. The studio rental prices start from Dhs180 per person and take place from 10am to 10pm. Located at Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Boulevard Crescent, this progressive art space is a must-visit. Guests also have access to the creative library, podcast room and a café.For more information visit foundry.downtown.aeWarehouse FourThose who want to record or make their shows can visit this impressive podcast studio with a maximum of three guests. It comes with four microphones, headphones and a mixer, with the option for additional mics for an extra fee. Plus professional help is always at hand if you encounter any technical difficulties with the studio open from 9am to 5pm. Located in Al Quoz, this state-of-the-art studio is a must-visit.For more information visit warehousefour.comDubai Podcast StudioAs the perfect space for podcasters, this professional studio ensures all recordings are done at ease with minimum effort. The studio is equipped with the latest audio and video technology to ensure that your podcast recordings are of the highest quality. Located at Tamani Arts Building, Business Bay, prices for the session start at Dhs450 for 1 hour along with an audio recording with the operator.For more information visit dubaipodcaststudio.com– For more on luxury lifestyle, news, fashion and beauty follow Emirates Woman on Facebook and InstagramImages: Instagram & Feature Image: Pexels @georgemilton More