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Hotels in Dubai

Hotels in Dubai

Dubai is home to high rise skyscrapers, hot temperatures and some of the most luxurious hotels in the world – but you shouldn’t ignore the souks, secret beaches and shopping available in the city either!

Dubai is one of the main tourist destinations in the Middle East, for both business and pleasure. The summers are roasting, which makes it pretty difficult to do sight seeing from June to September, but most buildings are well ventilated with air conditioning. There are metro and bus services around the city, but the easiest way to get from the airport to your hotel is taxi or a hotel-affiliated transfer.

Jumeirah Beach

Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach have the highest concentration of expats in Dubai, thanks to it’s close proximity to the beach and other luxury resorts. It’s where you’ll find the worlds first 7 star resort, Burj Al Arab, and the family friendly Wild Wadi Waterpark. There are modern villas to be rented here, as well as the plethora of 5 star resorts. It’s probably the best place to stay if you’re looking for a holiday in Dubai.

Palm Islands

Whilst the Palm Islands might not be well connected to the rest of Dubai, it’s certainly a bucket list item to say you’ve stayed on an artificial island shaped like a palm tree. Palm Jumeirah and Palm Jebel Ali have plenty of hotels and entertainment centres for families, couples, and solo travellers (that’s everyone, then).

Sheikh Zayed Road

The Sheikh Zayed Road should be treated as two different districts, as it stretches throughout the length of Dubai. The south end is well developed, with air conditioned theme parks and shopping malls to relax in near Jumeirah. The north trails into Bur Dubai, next to the World Trade Centre and a multitude of souks. Naturally, the south end is better suited to families, whereas business folk and travellers might find the north end more practical.


Deira, “Old Dubai”, is on the eastern bank of Dubai Creek, and it’s the real commercial heart of the city with the Gold Souk and the Spice Souk drawing in both tourists and merchants from overseas. Deira is on the northern side of the Creek, standing opposite Bur Dubai, and there are plenty of 5 and 4 star hotels for travellers wanting to get stuck into real Dubai.

Bur Dubai

Bur Dubai stretches from Jumeirah to the southern side of the Creek, and it’s just as busy as Deira – but has a few glitzy additions in the way of golf clubs and yachts. That said, there’s also the Dubai Museum and a Creekland Park, perfect for exploring in the Arabian sunshine. There are beautifully designed hotels here, but there are also a few more budget hotel options and apartments to choose from.


Kerama perches next to Bur Dubai, selling those “designer” handbags and leather goods you’re after on a shopping trip in Dubai. It’s not as glossy as the malls, but Kerama has heaps of bargains for a shopping weekend. There are similar 4 star hotels here to the ones in Bur Dubai.