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Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
5.0 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (10 reviews)

5-star Jumeirah Emirates Towers places guests next to Dubai International Financial Center and a 5-minute drive from the Dubai World Trade Center. For international ...


Fairmont The Palm
Fairmont The Palm
Palm Jumeirah, Dubai
5.0 out of 5.0
4.4 out of 5 (41 reviews)

This Dubai Coast hotel is on the beach, 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Aquaventure, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Dubai Marina and Montgomerie Golf Club. Ski Dubai and Mall ...


Mercure Gold Hotel Al Mina Road Dubai
Mercure Gold Hotel Al Mina Road Dubai
Al Mina Road, Dubai
4.0 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5 (3 reviews)

Located in Dubai Coast, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Jumeirah Mosque, The Dubai Heritage Village, and Dubai Museum. Grand Mosque and BurJuman Mall are ...


Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai
Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai
Airport Road, Casablanca Street, Dubai
4.0 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (6 reviews)

Located in Deira, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Dubai Tennis Stadium, Deira City Centre, and Dubai Creek. Dubai Festival City Mall is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) ...


Holiday Inn Express Dubai Airport
Holiday Inn Express Dubai Airport
Umm Ramool Street 54, Dubai
2.0 out of 5.0
3.8 out of 5 (12 reviews)

This family-friendly Dubai hotel is located near the airport, within 3 mi (5 km) of Festival Center, Dubai Festival City Mall and Dubai Tennis Stadium. Deira ...


Golden Sands Hotel Apartments
Golden Sands Hotel Apartments
Al Mankhool Road Bur Dubai, Dubai
3.0 out of 5.0
3.7 out of 5 (3 reviews)

Centrally-located apartment complex, set within two kilometres of Dubai's popular shopping, sightseeing and dining areas.


Rove Downtown Dubai
Rove Downtown Dubai
Financial Center Road, Dubai
3.5 out of 5.0
4.2 out of 5 (8 reviews)

Located in Downtown Dubai, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of KidZania, Dubai Mall, and Burj Khalifa. Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre is ...


Atlantis The Palm
Atlantis The Palm
Crescent Road, Dubai
5.0 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (205 reviews)

Offering 1.5 km (0.9 mi) of beach access, this lavish resort is located on Palm Island, a palm-tree-shaped artificial island just off Dubai's Jumeira coast. ...



Ebookers Takes Luxury Over The Top In The United Arab Emirates

Ebookers takes luxury over the top in the Arab Emirates
Dubai is by far the most popular destination for those seeking extravagance and luxury in the United Arab Emirates. It is one of the richest places in the Arab world, famous for gold, trade and oil and now tourism. The government plans to transform the city into the most luxurious tourist destination in the world. Wanting to experience the luxury yourself? Ebookers can help, but first here are just a few examples of how Dubai exudes luxury.
Bugati Taxis
That’s right they actually have premium Bugati sports car taxis for those who want to take transportation to the next level
Burj Al Arab
It’s is the only 7 star hotel on the planet. With a spa, world class restaurant and even helicopter pad! No other hotel on the planet radiates more extravagance than this place. Ebookers can help you book a room fit for royalty in this amazing hotel.
A 1200 dollar cupcake!
No joke, you can buy a cupcake for 1,200 dollars in Dubai and it comes wrapped in edible gold. Let ebookers help you book your luxury themed Dubai holiday so you too can eat a cupcake covered in gold!
An indoor ski resort.

That’s right Dubai is home to a massive indoor ski resort complete with lifts and even penguins. Want to ski in the middle of summer? It’s all possible using ebookers.

If you need to see it to believe it, book your luxury holiday in the Arab Emirates today with ebookers.

Top Dubai Emirate attractions

The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU)

The SMCCU welcomes visitors to learn about the local culture, religion and beliefs in the Arab world.

Wild Wadi Water Park and Wonderland Amusement Park

The amusement park is fun for the entire family and includes rides, games and a water park.


This restaurant and nightclub built entirely out of ice is a unique way to beat the heat.

Dubai Fountains

The fountains are choreographed to music and shoot water as high as 500 feet into the air.

Burj Khalifa

The tallest building in the world, this structure has an observation deck on the 124th floor. It is also home to the Behold Telescope, which allows visitors to view their surroundings in real time or view archived images.

Dubai Creek

Take a stroll on the boardwalks along the creek, which separate Deira to the north from Bur Dubai to the south.

Ski Dubai

Visit the third-largest indoor ski slope in the world. Located inside the Dubai Mall of the Emirates, you can ski and snowboard on 6,000 tons of snow.

Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo

Located in the Dubai Mall, this is one of the world's largest aquariums and is home to 33,000 aquatic animals, including sharks, giant catfish, penguins, otters, and piranhas.

Dubai Museum

Using life-size dioramas, the museum depicts daily life in Dubai before the oil strikes.

Bastakia Quarter

Here, in one of the oldest areas in Dubai, you can see historic mosques and some ancient architecture.

Dubai Museum

The Al-Fahidi fort, built in the 18th century to defend against foreign aggressors, is the perfect setting for a museum offering a glimpse into the city’s modest existence before a big oil discovery. A collection of finds from archaeological digs—some dating back to 3,000BC—proves that there was life in Dubai long before skyscrapers. A video presentation charts the staggering transformation from desert town to futuristic metropolis.

Outside the fort, the history lesson continues in the pokey alleyways of the Bastakiya district. Here you can see how wind towers kept houses cool before the advent of air conditioning. The government is making a concerted effort to market the district’s cultural credentials, with plenty of restored buildings opening as galleries and museums.

Burj Al Arab

This seven-star hotel (according to its own rating system) is probably the most recognisable landmark in the city. The innovative design—curved like a sail catching a stiff breeze—set the standard for modern development in Dubai. The 780m² gold-plated Royal Suite, complete with private cinema, is probably out of reach for most, but afternoon tea at the ‘Skyview bar’ is a good place to sample the high life.

Burj Khalifa

Officially the tallest building in the world at over 828 metres, the Burj Khalifa is the undisputed centrepiece of Dubai’s impressive skyline. The tower cost an estimated £670million and was named at the last minute after the ruler of Abu Dhabi, who helped save Dubai from bankruptcy during the recent economic crisis. Its 160 stories contain mostly luxury residencies and corporate suites, but the public observation deck on floor 124 offers spectacular panoramic views of the city and beyond.

Jumeriah Mosque

The city’s largest mosque is also the only one in the city that non-Muslims can enter, albeit with a registered guide. The mosque’s sweeping arcs and proud minarets turn crimson at sunset and then glow golden under soft artificial lights through the night. The organised visits are part of a cultural programme designed to help integrate Dubai’s multifarious population with traditional Arabic culture.

Tip * Booking your Tours, Transfers & Airport Parking before you go will save your money & time and ensure a stress free start to your holiday

Insider tips for Dubai Emirate travel

Bab Al Shams

This desert resort offers customized menus for the perfect romantic dining experience.

Duke's Bar

Located in the Al Khaleej Hotel, the bar has an 80s feel, a friendly staff and inexpensive drinks.

The Black Beach

This is an out-of-the-way, intimate bay that sits on Jumeirah Beach Road between two palaces. It is often deserted, so it makes for a nice private getaway.

Al Quoz's Young Artist Auctions

You can get great art for a fraction of the usual cost at this monthly auction, which features many up-and-coming artists.

Abdul Rahman Isaq Mohd Trading

A store with an eclectic mix of African sculpture, Viking helmets, rusty swords and other items that the owner has been collecting for years.

Best time to take a vacation to Dubai Emirate

Dubai has a tropical and arid climate, and the months of June through August are extremely hot and humid, with temperatures reaching as high as 48°C. The coolest month is January, when temperatures average 24°C. If you are interested in outdoor activities, consider planning a visit during the months of September through May. Dubai hosts many annual events, but some of the most popular include the Dubai International Jazz Festival and Dubai Shopping Festival, both held in February, the Dubai World Cup, held on the last Saturday in March, and the Dubai Summer Surprises, held in June through August. Ebookers can help you reserve hotel accommodation for whenever you decide to visit the city.

How to move around in Dubai Emirate


Dubai International Airport, famous for its duty-free shopping, is just 4 kilometres from the city centre. New arrivals at either terminal can easily find a taxi, with fares typically starting at 25AED (£4.50). Special airport buses with extra room for luggage also circle the main corridors in the inner city.


Taxis are well regulated, relatively inexpensive, and generally safe. The government-owned Dubai Taxi Corporation has distinctive cream-coloured vehicles, and offers special pink ‘ladies taxis’ for added security. All taxis are legally required to have a working meter. If a driver claims the meter is broken, look for another.

Water taxis operate around Dubai creek and the main coastal resorts, with fares starting at around AED50 (£9). A cheaper, and more serene, way to cross the creek is in traditional wooden boats called abras.

Public Transport

The city’s bus network is cheap and comprehensive, but rarely used by anyone except low-income workers.

In response to growing traffic congestion, the government is constructing an automatic, driverless metro system. One line is presently operational, with another expected to open in August 2011. The metro is scheduled to be complete by 2015, though delays are possible due to the economic crisis.

All public transport is paid with rechargeable ‘Nol’ cards, with fares varying according to the distance travelled.

Consider a car hire in Dubai if you value the extra freedom and opportunities you get from having your own vehicle. Just be ready to sit in the occasional queue.

Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency. Local charges may apply