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About Dubai Hotels
Travelling To Dubai: The City of Gold
Dubai is the largest and the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates famously known as the ‘City of Gold’. The reason behind is its stunning growth from an unknown Gulf Port to one of the fastest growing cities in the world. The rich cultural heritage, along with beautiful beaches, luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and lively nightlife of Dubai attracts millions of leisure and business travellers from different parts of the world every year.
Dubai Hotel Booking Tips
Season to Book Dubai Hotel: Hotel rates are cheap during the summer season, as the temperature is too hot for people to enjoy the outdoors. Many hotels 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 December and February. Book well in advance to get the best rate during the peak season.
Location of Dubai Hotels: Location is one of the main determiners of hotel pricing, 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. Dubai city is well connected by buses and taxis. So, you can save money on a fancy location and instead spend on some of the great hotels that are a little away from the main city.
Dubai Hotels in Budget: Depending on your budget, you can go for a budget hotel, boutique hotel or a luxurious 5-star hotel in Dubai. Travel website like Cleartrip has prices as one of their search criteria. Through this, you can find the best hotel in Dubai within your budget.
Reviews of Hotels in Dubai: While booking a hotel, remember to check Dubai hotel reviews online or from someone you know who has visited the hotel in the past. Hotel reviews will give you a rough idea about the facilities and services offered by the hotel.
Best Localities To Book Hotels In Dubai
Hotels in/near Burj Khalifa: Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. It is located in Dubai's Downtown area. The options of hotels in the vicinity of Burj Khalifa are in good numbers; all with a spectacular view. Being a commercial area, this area is ideal for everyone who wants to have an easy access to the major attractions of the city. The Palace Downtown Dubai and Dusit Thani Dubai are two 5-star hotels located in this area.
Hotels in/near Jumeirah Beach: Jumeirah Beach stretches from north Deira to Dubai Marina district in the south. It is a great place to stay in case you are looking for a hotel near the beach. There are plenty of hotels here, and you will also find many restaurants and shops too. Movenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach and Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa are a few options here.
Hotels in/near Dubai Marina:Dubai Marina area is densely populated and hotels, restaurants, and bars are present here in abundance. One of the largest malls in Dubai, Dubai Marina Mall is located in this district. All kinds of hotels are available here. One can choose between Tamani Hotel Marina, Radisson Blu and many more.
How to reach Dubai?
Dubai International Airport is at a distance of 15 km from the city centre, Downtown Dubai. This airport is well connected to major cities in the world like Delhi, Mumbai, Cochin, London, New York, Sydney, Bangkok, Moscow, Paris, Toronto, Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Prague, Amsterdam and more. Various airlines fly to Dubai from these and more cities. So you can easily book a flight in advance to avail the best air fare!
There are bus services too running frequently between Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Masafi, Abu Dhabi and others through the Emirates Express or any other shuttle service. You can also reach through an international cruise liner from Mumbai, Abu Dhabi, Athens, Auckland, Bangkok, etc.
Price Range Of Hotels In Dubai
Hotels in Dubai are available in different price range on Cleartrip as per your budget. Starting from 127 AED to 19500 AED or more, you can choose the best depending on the type of hotel and facilities.
Must Visit Dining Places In Dubai
Babiole- Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City
AlHamidieh Restaurant- Jumeirah Beach Road
Cafe Arabesque- Park Hyatt Dubai
Armani/Amal restaurant- Burj Khalifa
Maiden Shanghai- Palm Jumeirah Dubai
Al Dawaar- Deira Corniche Dubai
La Petite Maison- Dubai International Financial Center
Pai Thai- Dar Masyaf Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah
Places of Interest in Dubai
Burj Khalifa- It is the tallest building in the world and the most famous points of interest in Dubai. It tops the list for the tallest skyscraper in the world.
The Dubai Fountain- It is a musical fountain show located on the man-made Burj Khalifa Lake.
Jumeirah Beach Park- It is one of the most popular beaches in Dubai and is an ideal picnic spot. It includes desert garden, playground, cafes, barbecue areas, round-the-clock lifeguard service and sports facilities.
Dubai Aquarium- It is one of the popular tourist attractions in Dubai, which has an underwater zoo, glass bottom boat tours, cage snorkelling and shark diving.
Wild Wadi- Located in front of Burj Khalifa, Wild Wadi is a popular amusement park, packed with more than 25 types of fun-filled rides.
Jumeirah Mosque- An important landmark of the city and epitome of Islamic culture and religious values.
Burj Al Arab- It is the fourth tallest hotel in the world and the most expensive ‘7-star hotel’. It is located near the Jumeirah beach.
Dubai Marina- The artificial canal city is a must visit. From eateries, boutiques, and markets, Dubai Marina has it all.
Interesting Facts About Dubai
Culture: Islam is the national religion, so the culture of Dubai is closely intertwined with Islamic traditions. Hospitality plays a major role in Dubai culture.
People: The native people of UAE are called Emiratis. They are warm, traditional and orthodox. The men wear a long shirt-dress along with a head scarf while women wear black-coloured burkha and hijab.
Language: Arabic is the national language of UAE, while English is used as a second language.
Food: Food is inspired by Asian & Middle Eastern cuisines. Meat, fish, and rice are the staple foods of Emiratis. Camel is a common and popular dish in Dubai.
Shopping: Dubai is the ultimate shopping destination and is duty free shopper’s paradise. The top must-buys in Dubai are gold, carpets, pashmina, electronic items, chocolates, dates, spices, perfumes, and oud.
Nearest Places to Visit
Sharjah- Sharjah is a distance of 20 km from Dubai.
Abu Dhabi- Distance from Dubai to Abu Dhabi is approximately 123 km.
Ras Al Khaimah - Distance between Dubai and Ras al-Khaimah is 112 km.
Dubai experiences a very, very hot and humid desert climate. The summer season lasts from April to October, with temperatures reaching 45 ⁰C and sometimes even 48 ⁰C. Winter begins by the end of October and lasts until March. The daytime temperature is around 24 ⁰C and lowers to 14 ⁰C at night. The weather in Dubai is generally hot throughout the year, so the best season to visit Dubai is during the winter months.
Best Time To Book Hotels In Dubai
November to March
The weather is moderate and much pleasant during these months. Apart from the weather, Dubai Shopping Festival is held during January-February. Thus, there is a great rush and due to the peak season, hotel rates are high. You should book well in advance to get the best rates.
April to October
These summer months are really hot and humid making it very difficult for people to explore the city and take part in outdoor activities. Most schools are shut for annual break and locals travel overseas for vacations. Hotels are cheap and offer discounts to attract the crowd during this time.
Popular Events and Festivals in Dubai
Dubai Shopping Festival- It takes place during the end/beginning of the year and is considered to be one of the biggest events in Dubai. During this festival, all the stores run amazing offers and discounts.
Dubai International Film Festival- The festival usually takes place in the month of December, in which dozens of movies are screened in different locations across Dubai.
Dubai World Cup- It is the most prestigious horse racing event in Dubai, which takes place in the month of March.
Ramadan-It is the sacred 9th month of the Islamic calendar in which Muslims observe fast from dawn till dusk and abstain themselves from food, drink, etc.
Eid Al Fitr- Also known as ‘Feast of Breaking the Fast’, it is the major Muslim festival celebrated at the end of Ramadan. The festival is celebrated for a period of three days.
Eid Al Adha- This festival also called the ‘Feast of Sacrifice’ is celebrated on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah. It lasts for four days and depending on the religion, a sacrifice is made of a cow, camel, ram etc.
Things To Do in Dubai
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