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Ajman Hotels

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The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah

5.0 364 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

The Ajman Palace

4.5 269 reviews
Free cancellation eligable

Fairmont Ajman

Ajman Saray, A Luxury Collection Resort

No free cancellation eligable

The Oberoi Beach Resort, Al Zorah

5.0 324 reviews

Ajman Saray, a Luxury Collection Resort, Ajman

4.5 1274 reviews

Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel

4.5 2352 reviews

Ajman Hotel

  • Ajman Hotel

    Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Nuami Street
  • 10031
    + Taxes 1346
4.5 1783 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Fairmont Ajman

4.5 1771 reviews

Radisson Blu Hotel, Ajman

5.0 354 reviews

Ramada Beach Hotel Ajman

4.0 178 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche

Ewan Ajman Suites Hotel

2.5 8 reviews

Ramada Beach Hotel Ajman

4.5 1202 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Ramada Hotel and Suites

4.0 304 reviews

Crown Palace Hotel

3.0 17 reviews

Ramada Hotel And Suites Ajman

4.0 800 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Crown Palace Hotel

3.5 79 reviews

Tulip Inn Royal Suites - Ajman

Ajman Beach Hotel

3.0 22 reviews
No free cancellation eligable
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About Ajman Hotels

Travelling To Ajman: Most Popular Destination in UAE

Ajman is one of the seven Emirates of the United Arab Emirates and also the smallest. Ajman is known for its scenic beauty and also for beautiful beaches. The city has various options for sightseeing, such as beaches, fort, museums and shopping areas. Ajman is situated on the coast of the Arabian Gulf, in the northern part of the UAE. Due to its close proximity to Dubai and Sharjah, the city is considered as one of the most popular destinations in UAE.

Ajman Hotel Booking Tips

  • Season to Book Ajman Hotel

    : Hotel rates are cheap during the summer season, as the temperature is too hot for people to go outdoors. Due to the off-season, many hotels in Ajman

    offer amazing deals during this period to attract more visitors. Hotels rates are most expensive during the peak season, which is between the months of November to March. Book well in advance to get the hotel of your choice at the best rate!

  • Location of Ajman Hotels

    : Location is an important factor to consider while booking a hotel. A hotel which is located slightly far from the city centre would be comparatively cheaper than a hotel, which is easily accessible to all the tourist spots in the city. So, if you are looking for a cheaper hotel, then it is better to choose a hotel that is little away from the main city area.

  • Ajman Hotels in Budget

    : Depending on your budget, you can go for a budget hotel or a luxurious hotel in Ajman. Make use of travel website like Cleartrip, which has prices as one of their search criteria. This will help you zero down the hotels as per the budget. Book the hotel well in advance after comparing the prices of hotels.

  • Reviews of Hotels in Ajman

    : While booking a hotel, remember to check Ajman hotel reviews online or through someone you know who has visited the hotel in the past. Hotel reviews will give you a better understanding of the quality of facilities and services offered by the hotel.

Best Localities To Book Hotels In Ajman

  • Hotels in/near waterfront beach- Bahi Ajman Palace hotel, Ajman Saray, Fairmont Ajman are some of the hotels located near the waterfront beach.

  • Hotels in/near Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road- Crown Palace hotel and Ramada hotel are the top hotels in Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed street.

  • Hotels in/near Al Ittihad street- The Oberoi Beach Resort is one of the best hotels in Al Ittihad Street.

  • Hotels in/near Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Nuami Street- Ramada Beach hotel and Waves hotel Ajman are amongst the best hotel options in Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Nuami Street.

How to reach Ajman?

By Bus: There is inter-emirates bus service run by Ajman Public Transport Corporation that commutes between Al Ain and Ras Al-Khaimah to Dubai and Sharjah with about 24 stops in Ajman.

By Flight: Ajman does not have an international airport of its own but it is linked to Dubai and Sharjah by road. Sharjah International Airport, Dubai International Airport and Abu Dhabi airport are well-connected to all the major cities. One can easily hire a cab or taxi from these airports to reach Ajman.

By Road: It is very easy to reach Ajman from Sharjah, Dubai, Ras Al Khaymah by road. Dubai is very close to Ajman and it takes only 20 minutes to reach Ajman from Dubai.

Price Range Of Hotels In Ajman

Hotels in Ajman are available in different price range on Cleartrip website. Starting from AED 860 to AED 5128, you can choose the hotel in Ajman as per your budget and the type of hotel and facilities.

Must Visit Dining Places In Ajman

Places of Interest in Ajman

  • Ajman National Museum- Ajman National Museum which is located in the heart of the city is one of the major tourist attractions in Ajman. It is one of the oldest forts in UAE and is considered to be the best place to understand the history of Ajman.

  • Sheikh Zayed Ajman Mosque- It is one of the major tourist attractions of Ajman. The mosque is known for its remarkable and intrinsic architecture and is considered to be a flagship building of Ajman.

  • Etisalat Tower- Etisalat Tower is unique skyscraper, which is topped with a large ball like structure.

Interesting Facts About Ajman

  • Culture: One of the most important elements in Ajman’s culture is hospitality. Apart from beaches and other attractions, what attracts people to this city is the genuine welcoming nature of the people.

  • People: The people of Ajman are generous and are welcoming in nature. Local men wear dishdasha or kandura, a white full-length shirt dress worn with a white or red checked headdress called ghutrah. This is secured with a black cord. Women wear the black abaya, which is a long, loose robe to cover the normal and usual that clothes along with a headscarf called a sheyla.

  • Language: Arabic is the main spoken language in Ajman. English is also widely spoken apart from Urdu and Hindi.

  • Food: The local cuisine of Ajman is fish, rice and spices along with chicken and lamb. One of the most famous delicacies in Ajman is dates. Other common dishes are shawarma, falafel, hummus, and tabbouleh.

  • Shopping: Ajman City Centre is the only famous mall in Ajman comprising of various brands, designer houses and food joints. Apart from the mall, there are also some traditional souks selling local products in Ajman.

Nearest Places to Visit

  • Sharjah- Sharjah is at a distance of 10 km from Ajman.

  • Dubai- Ajman is 30 km away from Dubai.

  • Ras Al Khaimah - Distance between Ajman and Ras al-Khaimah is 67 km.

  • Abu Dhabi- Distance from Ajman to Abu Dhabi is 153 km.

  • Muscat- Distance between Ajman and Muscat is 372 km.


Ajman experiences a sub tropical dry climate as rainfall is very rare. The weather remains pleasant during the months of November to March with average temperature ranging between 30°C and 14°C. The months from June to September are very hot and humid, with a maximum temperature of 48°C.

Best Time To Book Hotels In Ajman



November to March

November to March is the peak season as the weather remains pleasant during these months and is best suited for sightseeing. Book the hotel of your choice well in advance to avoid the last minute hassle and high fares.

April to October

The summer months from April to October are very hot, with maximum temperature rising up to 42° Celsius. This is the off season for tourists, so this is the best time to get good bargains on hotel bookings.

Popular Events and Festivals in Ajman

  • Liwa Ajman Dates Festival- This festival is held in the month of August where one can enjoy the taste of Dates, take a stroll at the traditional market and witness performances by traditional bands.

  • Ramadan-It is the sacred 9th month of the Islamic calendar in which Muslims observe fast from dawn till dusk. Smoking, drinking etc. is also prohibited during this time.

  • Eid Al Fitr- This ‘Feast of Breaking the Fast’ festival is one of the major Muslim festivals celebrated at the end of Ramadan. This is celebrated for three days.

  • Eid Al Adha- This is also called the ‘Feast of Sacrifice’ and is celebrated on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah. It lasts for four days and a sacrifice of a cow, camel, etc is a key ritual of this festival.

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