A Popular Destination for Travellers
With the advent of cheap flights and easy online reservations, Dubai has become a popular destination for travellers from every corner of the globe. Especially during the best time to travel to Dubai, the months November to March.
Today, the second biggest city-state in the United Arab Emirates is an essential destination for jet-setters, with an international reputation for setting and exceeding new standards in luxury. The best places to stay in Dubai are depending on how long you stay and your interests. Are you visiting the city mainly for sightseeing, business travel, beach holiday, etc. Any there are plenty of exciting things to do while staying in Dubai.
Dubai’s home to the world’s first 7-star hotel, but even if you’re pocket strings won’t stretch to that, it’s easier than ever to enjoy a taste of the high life when you’re in town.
> Find my Accommodation in Dubai UAE
Historic areas offering a more traditional taste
Holidaying in Dubai needn’t cost a fortune. Beyond the glamour and luxury of some of the city’s more well known districts, there’s plenty more to discover with more historic areas offering a more traditional taste of the famous city-state.
Tourists looking for a more authentic slice of local life can head down to the bustling Al Dhiyafah Street, offering an abundance of traditional eateries and cafes, alongside affordable accommodation and hotels if you’re looking to root yourself away from the city centre during your stay.
Dubai enjoys high temperatures and plenty of sun, all year round, allowing you to be flexible with your hotel reservation. Whatever time of year you visit, there’s always something to keep you and the whole brood occupied, with great rates on cheap hotels, bed and breakfast and family-friendly accommodation to help ensure the whole trip keeps in under budget.
Save with a great room rate in Dubai and hit the shops
Make a saving with a great room rate when you visit Dubai, and free up your cash so you can indulge in a bit of retail therapy when you arrive. The iconic city-state hasn’t earned a reputation for being a playground of the rich and famous for no reason.
For those looking to slash out on designer labels and exclusive keepsakes, Dubai makes the ideal destination. Those looking to save a little on the trinkets for friends and family can uncover a treasure trove of markets and retail districts across Dubai.
The Karama shopping district offers tourists a chance to stock up on local wares and delicious delicacies, or load up on groceries if staying at half-board guest houses and bed and breakfasts.
Feel up to braving the crowds? Head to Dubai’s Central Market to see where it all goes down, with hundreds of local merchants selling all manner of garments and fabrics, foods and delicacies, handmade trinkets and more.
Dubai is also a very popular cruise port, many ships depart or end their cruise at Port Rashid.
Business travelers coming to Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Maritime City, DIFC, Healthcare City, Business Bay, Silicon Oasis can search for hotels and resorts near these business centres, trade fair, congress, convention and exhibition centres.
Horse race fans can opt to stay nearby the Meydan racecourse.