Dubai is the largest city of the United Arab Emirates and has become synonymous with luxury holidays, experiences and adventures. ...
Dubai is the largest city of the United Arab Emirates and has become synonymous with luxury holidays, experiences and adventures. With ultra-modern skyscrapers, tax-free shopping and golden sandy beaches – Dubai is the perfect holiday destination. Indulge all your senses with some of the world’s finest dining, luxury hotels and resorts, shopping malls and so much more. Aside from the cosmopolitan centre, the desert provides an authentic Arabian experience where visitors can take camel rides and thrilling jeep safaris. We offer some of the best hotels and resorts in Dubai at the best prices. Take a look at some of our top recommended holiday packages below.
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3 nights from £699 pp
5* Dukes The Palm, A Royal Hideaway w/ flight, transfers and half board
3 nights from £739 pp
5* Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Autograph Collection w/ flight, transfers and half board
3 nights from £969 pp
5* Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Hotel w/ flight, transfers and half board
3 nights from £799 pp
5* Palazzo Versace Dubai w/ flight, transfers and half board
Things to do
World Class Beaches
There’s no better place to sunbathe in style than on iconic Jumeirah Beach. Situated on the coast of the Persian...
If action and adventure is what you’re after, a desert safari should definitely be on the cards. Ramp up the...
You can’t visit this record-breaking city without a trip to the world’s largest mall. Equivalent to the size of 200...
Scenic Yacht Ride
If you want to lap up the luxury with views to match on your Dubai holiday (where better to do...
Time For Golf?
If you’re looking for somewhere to swing your club around, there are some fantastic golf courses to tee off at...
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World Class Beaches
There’s no better place to sunbathe in style than on iconic Jumeirah Beach. Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, this hot spot is the perfect place to relax while remaining a stone’s throw away from the excitement of the city. It’s not the only stretch of man-made sand worth visiting though; you’ve also got Umm Duqeim Beach (also known as Sunset Beach), Kite Beach, with winds perfect for kitesurfers and watersports enthusiasts, and Al Mamzar Beach, popular with families for its four beaches, picnic area, playground and swimming pools!
If action and adventure is what you’re after, a desert safari should definitely be on the cards. Ramp up the excitement and hop on board a 4x4 SUV, ready to whisk you across the sand dunes on a thrilling excursion. If you’re feeling brave, you can even try your hand at sand boarding. Just prepare yourself for a bumpy ride…
You can’t visit this record-breaking city without a trip to the world’s largest mall. Equivalent to the size of 200 football pitches (woah, we know), the Dubai Mall draws in almost 100 million visitors a year, with no less than 1200 retail stores, designer boutiques, hundreds of food outlets, plus, the famous Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, Dubai Ice Rink and a cinema complex. Other popular places to shop in Dubai include Wafi Mall, Deira City Centre and Mall of Emirates. Or, if you want to soak up the local culture, Dubai’s Gold Souk is the most famous market, with a labyrinth of stalls overflowing with twinkling gold, silver and diamond jewellery. Even if you don’t buy anything, it’s worth a visit for the bustling atmosphere.
Scenic Yacht Ride
If you want to lap up the luxury with views to match on your Dubai holiday (where better to do so, right?) then take to the waters on a sophisticated yacht ride. Book a guided tour and learn about the city’s spectacular skyline, or rent a yacht for an hour or two and discover the city at your own leisure. Have a need for speed? Step aboard a RIB boat and soar across the coast on an adrenaline-pumping journey around the Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al-Arab, Dubai Lagoon and more. Or, if you’re looking for something more romantic, surprise your partner with a sunset cruise and experience the beauty of the city while the sun goes down.
Time For Golf?
If you’re looking for somewhere to swing your club around, there are some fantastic golf courses to tee off at in Gulf. Emirates Golf Club has an excellent global reputation and its Majilis green is a popular spot for professionals to play on – plus its annual Omega Dubai Desert Classic flagship European Tour event is a pretty big deal, too. Dubai Creek Golf Club serves up exciting challenges to clear the waters, while the desert links-style Els Club golf course in Dubai Sports City is great for perfectionists, with an on-site performance institute complete with screening and in-depth video analysis.
Exciting Water & Theme Parks
If you’ve got the kids in tow (or you consider yourself a big kid!), there are plenty of thrill-seeking water and theme parks to blow of some steam at in Dubai. Wild Wadi Waterpark, situated in the tourist hot spot of Jumeirah, is one of the largest water parks in the Middle East - with adrenaline-pumping flumes including Aquadrop, Speed Slide and Master Blaster – sure to cool you off in the midday heat. IMG World Of Adventure (the biggest indoor theme park) is a must for Marvel lovers, with action-packed rides and a state-of-the-art stereoscopic cinema dome. If one park at a time isn’t enough, Dubai Parks & Resorts is you’re answer with no less than four individual theme and water parks and over 100 attractions and experiences – guaranteed to keep you entertained all day long.
Iconic Burj Khalifa
Whether you visit during the day or at night, the views over the Arabian Gulf are simply breath-taking from the top of the Burj Khalifa– the world’s tallest building. Towering 555 metres up, this spectacle nestled within the city’s famous skyline is a must-see, even if you simply admire it from the ground. If you’re not phased by heights, visit the observatory and lounge via high-speed elevator and learn about the history of the building; and with floor-to-ceiling glass you’ll benefit from panoramic views of the world below. Celebrating a special occasion? Indulge in world-class cuisine at Atmosphere, Burj Khalifa’s restaurant which towers 442m above ground is crowned as the world’s highest - and undoubtedly the best venue to experience when you’re visiting Dubai.
Spa & Wellness
While on a sumptuous city break, it’s only fair one lives up to its name with a treatment or two at one of the city’s sumptuous spa and wellness centres. The Talise Ottoman Spa, nestled in the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel on the Palm Jumeirah, is a beautiful space that oozes tranquillity, with marble furnishings, mosaics and murals decorating the Turkish hammam. Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai’s Qua Spa is popular for its unique Iyashi Dôme – a device that emits long-wave infrared rays to stimulate and cleanse the body, eliminating toxins. Or for total tranquillity, travel outside the bustling city centre to the Timeless Spa at Al Maha Desert Resort and Spa, for signature treatments including its Wellness In The Dunes day package – where you can unwind in a Bedouin-inspired tent. Ahh, bliss.
Dubai certainly brings with it a party atmosphere, and the most popular way to celebrate with friends (whether it’s paired with a prosecco, or not) is to brunch. One of the best spots in the city is Alici’s, serving up delicious seafood every Friday with front row seats of the Arabian Gulf – a perfect way to kick-off the weekend. Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar is another hot spot for hungry locals and tourists, featuring British favourites including signature roasts, grills and sides. Bubbalicious (located in both The Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina in Dubai Marina) boasts chic colourful interiors and dishes up Asian-inspired fare. Last, but by no means least, El Secreto at La Carnita is the place to go for great vibes and a whole lot of guac, with a fun Mexican menu sure to satisfy – better still, the signature cocktails and pumping tunes make it a haven for party-lovers.
Hop On An Abra Boat
There’s so much of this spectacular destination to see, it can be difficult to soak it all up. An easy way to do just that is to hop on an Abra (traditional wooden boat) across the Dubai Creek. With enough room for 20 people, these intimate boats not only whisk you from A to B without the inconvenience of traffic, but take the scenic route, exposing much of the city you wouldn’t normally see via foot.
In one of the hottest countries in the world, it’s possible to go skiing. It sounds crazy, but hear us out. While Dubai is crowned for its record-breaking abilities, controlling the weather isn’t one them – situated in the middle of a mall in the desert is where you’ll find the third-largest indoor ski slope complex. A fantastic day out for families, this £400m attraction will have you petting penguins, soaring down zip-lines and braving snow-capped piste’s – well, that’s one way to cool off!