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High-end Luxury! Bespoke 1BR in heart of Marina


Jumeirah Beach Residence | Dubai

$450.00 / night

Spacious Studio with Full Lake View


Jumeirah Beach Residence | Dubai

$300.00 / night

Large Family Holiday Home Superb Facilities


Jumeirah Beach Residence | Dubai

$178.60 / night

Panoramic Marina View, 5 mins to JBR


Jumeirah Beach Residence | Dubai

$177.00 / night

Stunning Pool View! Close to Dubai Mall & Burj


Downtown Dubai | Dubai

$177.00 / night

Next to #WowJBR! Perfect Location!


Jumeirah Beach Residence | Dubai

$177.00 / night

Superb Holiday Location With Pool View


Burj Khalifa - Dubai Mall Station | Dubai

$147.60 / night

Blissful Burj Khalifa View Downtown


Burj Khalifa - Dubai Mall Station | Dubai

$142.80 / night

Comfortable 2BR Near Mall of the Emirates


Barsha Heights | Dubai

$136.00 / night

Great Location! 1BR with beach access!


Jumeirah Beach Residence | Dubai

$123.00 / night

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Places To Visit In Dubai


Dubai is a real sight to be seen. Multicultural and diverse, this international and electrifying city evokes past and future, with ancient buildings sharing the same block as cutting-edge skyscrapers. A vision of modernity with a passion for everything new, Dubai has managed to keep its culture and traditions, while boasting a teeming landscape with ever-tall sleek constructions popping up each year. And the city’s state-of-the-art landscape also encompasses fabulous luxury accommodation options, glitzy boutiques, gold souks, and even adrenaline-fueled experiences.

Getting there

When flying into Dubai, you’ll arrive at the Dubai International Airport, which is the primary international airport of this destination. To get to the city center, you can either take a taxi or take the train, which is connected to the Burj Khalifa metro station.

Places to visit

Best Things To Do In 24 Hours In Dubai

Burj Khalifa: The tallest building in the world with a total height of 829.8 meters! Plus: this 163-floor stunning building offers the most stunning views of the city’s skyline. 

Dubai Mall: For some well-deserved luxury retail therapy, Dubai Mall is the best choice. Part of the 20-billion-dollar Downtown Dubai complex, the mall harbors over 1,200 shops, including high-end boutiques of brands like Chanel, Chloé, Louis Vuitton, and Christian Louboutin. 

Al Fahidi Historical District: Also known as Al Bastakiya, this quarter dates back to the 1890s, and it’s sprinkled with ancient buildings made of materials such as stone, gypsum, teak, and sandalwood. 

Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House: The former residential quarters of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum – the ruler of Dubai from 1912 to 1958.  Overlooking the mouth of Dubai Creek, the building is now a museum that harbors artifacts and images of the old town of Dubai. 

Jumeirah Mosque: Erected as a gift from the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the former Ruler of Dubai, the mosque can accommodate approximately 1,500 worshippers, and it’s entirely built from white stone.


Best Things To Do In One Week In Dubai

Dubai Museum: This stunning construction harbors mosques, souks, and galleries filled with local antiques and artifacts as old as 3000 BC! 

The Etihad Museum: Set in a sculptural building designed by Moriyama & Teshima Architects, this museum harbors a vast collection of artifacts and objects related to the heritage of the  United Arab Emirates. 

Crossroads of Civilizations Museum: Nestled in the Shindagha Historic District, the museum harbors precious items that reflect each civilization that has passed through the region. 

Al Shindagha Museum: Visit this museum to learn everything and more about the history of Emirati perfume making. While uncovering ancient techniques for making scented oils and perfumes, you’ll have your senses stimulated in a fascinating aromatic journey back in time.


Best time to visit

The best time to visit Dubai is from late autumn, in November, until the spring, in April. During this time of year, the weather is pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 14ºC to 16ºC, which is perfect for outdoor activities.

Events & Festivals

Dubai Food Festival (March/April): The largest celebration of food in the Middle East. 

Dubai Shopping Festival (December/January): The most-awaited event in the city, however, is the much-lauded Dubai Shopping Festival, which gathers thousands of people who are itching to score amazing deals and discounts in the city’s finest stores.


Aseelah Middle Eastern & Emirati Restaurant: To try the best Margoogat in the city, go to Aseelah Middle Eastern & Emirati Restaurant, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, in Dubai Deira Creek. 

Al Reef Lebanese Bakery: For the ultimate cheese overdose, try the Manousheh, a flatbread topped with ingredients such as cheese, meat, and spices. The most delicious Manousheh in Dubai? The one sold at Al Reef Lebanese Bakery.

Armani Ristorante:  Some of the international dishes you should look out for in the city are the risotto porcini and Tartufo at the Armani Ristorante at the Armani Hotel Dubai.

Family Friendly

Wild Wadi Water Park:  With 30 family-friendly rides and attractions, the park features a massive aqua-drop, a superfast speed slide, and a 15 meters-height master blaster.

Palm Island: Dubai Palm Cruise Tour and explore Palm Jumeirah archipelago while getting unbeatable views of Dubai 

Burj Khalifa Lake: Here, you can watch the famous Dancing Fountains Show, which is the world's largest choreographed fountain system running every 30 minutes on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. 

Lost Chambers Aquarium: Little ones will also have a great time by going to the Lost Chambers Aquarium in Atlantis, which is UAE’s largest aquarium with over 60,000 marine animals!

Legoland Dubai: The park houses a Miniland with 15,000 miniature models of different landmarks and structures around the world, aside from a Lego Master Builder Academy and a waterpark. 

More Dubai Water Parks: Other well-worth-visiting parks in Dubai include the Laguna Waterpark by Meraas, with 5 fully loaded water slides, and the Aquaventure Park, a 141-acre water park with Atlantean-themed towers housing high-speed water slides, 11 swimming pools, and 20 swimming areas.

Dubai Souks: Some of the finest souks in Dubai are the Gold Souk, Spice Souk, and Perfume Souk, where you’ll gaze at a profuse collection of lavish gold items, hypnotizing perfumes, and fragrant spices.