|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Dubai:||£180/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£9/night|
|Most expensive day:||Monday|
Ibis World Trade Centre Dubai
P.O.Box 9544 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Holiday Inn Express Dubai Airport
Opp. Dubai Int'l Airport Terminal 3, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Golden Sands Hotel Apartments
Al Mankhool Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach
Jumeirah Beach - Dubai Marina, PO Box 473828, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.
Dubai is a city of superlatives with its larger-than-life attractions, glimmering metropolis, blue Persian Gulf waters and seemingly endless desert sands. A futuristic gem of the Middle East, Dubai is a multicultural destination that treats families to theme parks, adventurers to desert safaris, city-slickers to enormous shopping malls and foodies to delicious cuisine. Home to profound traditions and history, Dubai is still much more than its glistening skyline and worthy of deeper exploration.
The Burj Khalifa is the highlight of any trip to Dubai. Head straight to the 830-metre-tall skyscraper to find incredible views of the city’s ever-evolving skyline. Immerse yourself in the city’s traditional roots by meandering through Bur Dubai to uncover Arabian heritage houses in this historic waterfront district.
A shopper’s delight, Dubai offers an inviting collection of old and new retailers, from the high-end boutiques found in the world’s largest shopping centre, Dubai Mall, to the friendly vendors at the traditional Gold and Spice Souks located in eastern Dubai. Tradition meets luxury at the ancient citadel in the five-star Madinat Jumeirah resort, where you can get pampered at the world-class Talise Spa and shop for treasures at Souk Madinat Jumeirah.
From the natural beauty of the Arabian Desert to the opulent skyscrapers on Sheikh Zayed Road and the unique man-made Palm Islands, Dubai offers a dizzying array of unforgettable sights. With endless summer days, the city is prime real estate for glamorous rooftop bars offering island-style cocktails and international wine with breathtaking city and ocean vistas.
Have you always dreamed of embarking on an exciting desert safari? Take a once-in-a-lifetime overnight journey out into the Arabian Desert to enjoy dune bashing, traditional barbecues and relaxing camel rides. You can also see the famous Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque on a day trip to UAE’s capital Abu Dhabi via a 1.5-hour bus ride.
The traffic in Dubai can be heavy at times, so the metro is the best way to get around the city. Dubai Metro features driverless trains, large window panels for sightseeing and first-class cabins. It’s easy-to-use, connecting travellers to many of the city’s major points of interest, including Burj Khalifa, Dubai Marina and Burj Al Arab, along with providing direct transport to and from Dubai International Airport. For a unique look at the city, take a traditional water taxi ride along Dubai Creek.
Dubai has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its most favoured locations, like Dubailand, Dubai Marina, and Bur Dubai.
3,033 reviews rated Jumeirah Zabeel Saray with an average score of 8.7/10. It may also be worth looking into the Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach, which received a rating of 8.7/10 from 5,357 reviews. Fairmont The Palm could also be a good option, with a score of 8.1/10 from 4,402 reviews.
Reviews of Hyatt Regency Dubai recommend it as a good place to stay near Gold Souq, scoring 8.0/10 from 5,870 ratings.
Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach is the hotel close to The Walk that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 5,357 reviews rating it at 8.7/10.
If you’re planning to stay near Burj Khalifa, you should consider Shangri-La Dubai, which has a score of 8.8 from 2,891 reviews.
Dubai hotels have an average price of £170/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is £104/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Dubai then the average price is around £214/night.
HotelsCombined searches in the last 3 days suggest cheap Dubai hotels have prices starting from as low as £8/night, depending on the popularity of your requested dates.
A hotel in Dubai tonight has an average price of £179, but some deals have been found for as low as £21 in HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. Prices in Dubai are changing frequently. The best price found for a 4-star Dubai hotel for tonight has been £25.
Dubai has some of the world’s top bars and clubs, with international star DJs playing residencies, many of them at the most famous hotels in Dubai like Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach. If you like your cocktails and Balearic beats in sophisticated surroundings, go to Siddharta Lounge. You can look out over the city or the sea and have a meal at the indoor restaurant alongside. One of the city’s most popular all-in-one venues is Lock, Stock & Barrel, combining a sports bar, acoustic music stage and pumping dancefloor. For a unique and unforgettable dining experience, book at Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara. It’s surrounded by an aquarium, convincingly simulating an underwater glass restaurant. For casual and stylish, try Eauzone; or there’s Pierchic on a pier, jutting out into the Arabian Gulf.
There are so many things to do in Dubai if you’re on holiday as a family. The shopping centres in the city are the first place to head. Not just for their shopping, though! The Dubai Mall offers an indoor Aquarium & Underwater Zoo; a haunted house experience called Hysteria; the massive Dubai Dino – a genuine long-necked dinosaur fossil; and an interactive kids’ theme park called Kidzania. Then, there’s also the world-famous indoor ski slope, in the Mall of the Emirates, designed especially for kids. Outdoor activities are pretty much reserved for winter here, due to the searing summer temperatures. You can take them to Atlantis Aquaventure Park, to LEGOLAND Dubai or to Dubai Marina. Or you can just take a leisurely drive around, admiring the city’s impressive architecture, like the soaring Burj Khalifa. An option for accommodation in Dubai near the retail areas is Palace Downtown.
Dubai is effectively divided into two parts: the iconic, modern Dubai and the lesser-known Old Dubai. They’re separated by Dubai Creek – you can take a ferry taxi from one side to the other – and both offer many important things to see in Dubai. On the modern edge of the creek, you’ll find the Dubai Museum, which charts the city’s history, with artefacts going as far back as prehistoric times – a truly fascinating place. You can also walk through the ancient streets of the Al Fahidi Quarter, across the creek in Old Dubai. Without a trace of hyperbole, the city’s mosques are exquisite – Jumeirah Mosque is likely the most famous, but you won’t soon forget the aesthetic mosaic-work of Ali Bin Abi Talib Iranian Shia Mosque. To stay in one of the Old Dubai hotels, book at Orchid Vue Hotel.
You can spend an entire day in Dubai's souks, the Arab name for a market or bazaar. Most of them are in Old Dubai, and these ones are like nothing you’ve seen, particularly the Gold Souk. It’s like walking along an avenue of gilded shops, selling everything from small pieces to entire traditional women’s neck, shoulder and chest drapes made of gold. The Spice Souk is intoxicating, and you won’t know where to start at the Perfume Souk. The Dubai Creek is also lined with traders’ warehouses that form the Textile Souk. Go and haggle to your heart’s content – it’s almost rude not to. For Dubai accommodation near these souks, try the Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa, in the Al Fahidi district.