On a smaller budget, you could stay at Ibis Al Rigga, where prices are about 38£ per night on average. Holiday Inn Exp Dubai Jumeirah is a budget hotel that will place you in close proximity to Silvio Gents Saloon, offering a tennis court, a golf course and darts. A good budget-friendly option in Downtown Dubai district is Vacation Bay - Standpoint - Downtown, a 15-minute walk to Gotha Club Dubai and not far from Leila Restaurant.
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Where to stay in Dubai?
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Dubai airports & Underground stations
If you're looking for hotels close to Abu Dhabi International airport, you will find 5 hotels, such as Premier Inn Abu Dhabi International Airport and Aerotel Abu Dhabi Terminal 3 International Departure. Media One Hotel is a good 4-star choice a 10-minute walk from Nakheel metro station. Rove Trade Centre is a 10-minute walk from Al Jafiliya train station and offers all the conveniences of a modern hotel.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
Travelers who prefer staying in the center of the city should check out Al Khaleej and Versailles, which are a 10 and 10-minute walk from the city center. An option near the city center is Gold Plaza Guest House next to Choc & Nuts. Home to Address Downtown, Business Bay district is a good base for a 5-star stay.
You can enjoy a stay at Damac Maison The Vogue, which is a 15-minute walk from the popular The Dubai Fountain.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Dubai
You will find the highest concentration of luxury hotels in Beach & Coast district, near Dubai Marina Yacht Club, such as Oaks Liwa Heights and Winchester Hotel Apartments. Novotel Suites Dubai Mall Of The Emirates is a boutique hotel that overlooks the city, and features an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and skiing, a short walk from Oscar's Vine Society. Nassima Royal offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a golf course as well as an unbeatable comfort of a chain hotel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Royal Club is an affordable apartment for families located next to Rawr Yoga, with room rates from 96£. We have great B&B accommodation options, such as Keysplease Holiday Homes - Shams 4 - Jbr with a room rate from 210£. Business travelers may prefer to stay in Al Barsha district where they can find Centro Barsha and Ibis Al Barsha. Dunes Hotel Apartments is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 20-minute walk from Dubai Drums.
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What's Dubai like?
Extravagant Dubai is an Arabian Desert city situated on the Persian Gulf of the United Arab Emirates. This global city, one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE, is famed for its skyscrapers like Downtown Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Dubai, a real Middle Eastern powerhouse, is full of energy and optimism. It’s a very diverse and multicultural place – but also distinctly Middle Eastern in style and with a luxury feel. With its variety of people from all over, there are true culinary delights to be had in Dubai. Arabic food is popular here but variety is the spice of life and there are dishes from everywhere. Dubai Food Festival celebrates the world influences of this city. Futuristic Dubai’s sparkling nightlife is one of the major draws with the big hotels being the best places to go. Paint the town red before heading back to one of our swish Dubai hotels. If partying’s not your style, there are also plenty of shisha bars, cafés, leisure activities and attractions in this world-class destination. Take a desert tour to see the real Dubai. If civilization is more up your street head to the Dubai Mall, the world’s biggest shopping centre, for a browse or go to the souk districts for traditional souvenirs. The Dubai Shopping Festival is an annual event – make sure you catch it to take advantage of the sales.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Dubai
Dubai, one of the world’s fastest growing economies, is the Middle East’s most expensive city – so it’s inevitable that you’ll splurge out during your stay. While Arab is the official language, English and other tongues are widely spoken. With its desert climate Dubai can get exceptionally hot. Summers are humid, hot and windy with temperatures rising over 40°C and only dipping by ten degrees at night. Winters are more pleasant, averaging 24°C throughout the season. Visitors to this monarchy need to be aware that there are strict dress codes and it’s advisable to keep to these. In public places – apart from at beaches, where the rules are relaxed – shoulders and knees should be covered. As Sharia Law is in place alcohol is not permitted everywhere and public displays of affection are illegal. The public transport system is currently undergoing improvements to cater for visitor numbers. Options include buses, metro rail, monorail, tram system and high-speed rail. To get across the water to Deira take a water taxi. Dubai is set to host 2020’s World Expo, an event that will secure its global industry top spot position. The currency in the shopping capital of the Middle East (there are over 70 shopping centres!) is the UAE Dirham. Hotelmix.co.uk can help you choose from a range of Dubai hotels to guarantee an unforgettable stay in the ‘City of Gold’.