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The city where too much is never enough, Dubai is unashamedly glitzy, loud, bright and one of the most visited places in the world… and rightly so! Topping many lists for luxury holiday destinations, it’s a luxe-traveller’s mecca and business hub infused into one. Exciting, electric, ambitious and utterly thriving, we’ll never run out of adjectives to describe this cosmopolitan city… so why not see what all the fuss is about for yourself?

There are two distinct hotel areas, Jumeirah Beach and the nicknamed ‘eighth wonder of the world’ Palm Jumeirah, a series of manmade archipelagos in the shape of a palm tree. Expect lavish guestrooms, pristine private beaches and every amenity you could wish for from personal butler service and a dedicated concierge to secluded plunge pools and extensive pillow menus. Attracting some of the most renowned hotel chains including Jumeirah, One&Only, The Four Seasons and The Ritz-Carlton, if they’ve invested in paradise, then so should you.

Foodies rejoice, if there was a food capital of the world, Dubai would definitely be a contender. Home to a plethora of fine-dining experiences, high-end restaurant chains and celebrity chef establishments, good food in an even better setting is definitely top of the menu everywhere you turn.

From shopping to skyscrapers, there’s a host to see and do while in Dubai. Families would be a fool to miss Atlantis, The Palm and it’s commanding entertainment facilities which dominate the crescent of Palm Jumeirah. Aquaventure Waterpark, Dolphin Bay, Sea Lion Point and The Lost Chambers Aquarium call this resort home and will provide days (not hours) of thrills.

Shopaholics will find refuge in the Dubai Mall complete with dancing fountains outside, and if you’ve made the trip to Downtown Dubai, you simply have to stop by Burj Khalifa, Dubai’s number one must see and the world’s tallest skyscraper.

A golfers’ paradise takes the form of the Emirates Golf Club, located just off Jumeirah Beach with the JBR Walk, a thriving strip of boutiques, restaurants and cafés mere minutes away. All this, and more, is just waiting to be discovered so make like 70 million other travellers from around the world and book your flight to Dubai International Airport today.


To soak up a little Middle Eastern culture, make sure you visit one of the many souks. These traditional marketplaces are a hub of activity and provide the perfect spot to pick up a unique souvenir.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +4
  • Currency: AED
  • Flying time to destination:
    7-hours from London
  • Nearest Airport: Dubai International Airport

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 19°c   Feb: 20°c   Mar: 23°c  
Apr: 27°c   May: 30°c   Jun: 33°c  
Jul: 35°c   Aug: 35°c   Sep: 33°c  
Oct: 30°c   Nov: 25°c   Dec: 21°c  


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Dubai In A Nutshell

Soak Up The Culture
  • The only mosque in Dubai that welcomes non-Muslims six days a week, The Jumeirah Mosque is a beautiful landmark in the city. Please note, women are asked to wear a scarf when visiting.
  • For a typical Middle Eastern morning, head to the bustling souks. A traditional bazaar of market traders showcasing their wares makes for a colourful experience. The Gold and Spice Souk are the most popular for an authentic taste of local culture.
  • Take in all of the city from the viewing deck of the tallest building in the world. 555 metres high, on level 148 of Burj Khalifa, this is the best spot in the entire city for a views to take your breath away. A must-do for sure.
After Dark Destinations
  • For post-dinner dancing, N’Dulge Nightclub located in Atlantis, The Palm is a certain hotspot. Complete with suspended catwalk, outdoor terrace and resident DJs spinning the latest in house, electro and R&B beats, here you’re almost guaranteed a memorable night in the UAE.
  • Burj Al Arab off Jumeirah Beach offers exceptional dining and fine cocktails. Gold On 27 is a remarkable nightspot that features a gold-leaf interior with drinks and views that are just as standout. For food, head to underwater-themed restaurant Nathan Outlaw At Al Mahara for a menu of fresh seafood delights.~
  • Bar 360° located at the end of the Marina Walkway is a bar and lounge which boasts unparalleled views of the ever-changing city skyline, the Gulf and beyond. It’s one of the number one spots in the city for cocktails, shisha and laid-back tunes.
Family Fun Guaranteed
  • Atlantis, The Palm is the top entertainment resort for families. Comprising an extensive waterpark complete with zip lines, an expansive aquarium and opportunities to meet and swim with dolphins as well as sea lions, you’d be a fool to miss out on a trip here.
  • With private beaches coming as standard with many of the hotel options, expect a myriad of watersports on your doorstep. From sailing to surfing and everything in between, good ol’ fashioned family fun awaits… now, where did I leave that bucket and spade?
  • Want your little ones to have a great time while soaking up a little of the local culture? The vast kids’ club facilities, available at many hotels, do just that. Think camel riding through the desert, belly dancing and typical arts and crafts to keep young minds ticking allowing parents to spend some quality time child-free at the numerous hotel spas.
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