Located in Deira, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fish Roundabout, Al Ghurair Centre, and Naif Souq. Gold Souk and City Centre Deira are also within 2 mi ...
Located in Trade Center, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre and Dubai World Trade Centre. Dubai Mall ...
Located in Garhoud, this hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Dubai Festival City Mall and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from City Centre Deira. Dubai Tennis Stadium is 2.3 mi (3.7 ...
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Dubai International Airport is located about three miles southeast of Dubai. Visitors arriving from their flights to Dubai will discover impressive modern interiors with reflective pillars, elegant concourse lobbies, and streamlined shopping facilities. Three terminals serve over 215 destinations around the world. Terminal 1 boasts several dining facilities as well as the 5-star Dubai International Airport Terminal Hotel. Terminal 2 primarily services Dubai flights within and near the Middle East. Apart from having the capacity to handle 43 million passengers, the newly redesigned Terminal 3 houses several restaurants, two hotels, and an indoor garden. Passengers waiting for their Dubai flights can relax in one of several lounges, with dedicated prayer rooms available. All of the airport terminals have car rental kiosks.
Dubai is located in an arid desert climate with extremely hot and windy summers. Situated on the coast of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai experiences a high level of humidity. Between June and September, temperatures are scorching past 104F. The best time to visit is between November and April, when temperatures are between 75F and 96F. During this time, you can experience many celebrated events like Dubai Camel Racing and the Dubai Shopping Festival. When booking flights to Dubai, be aware of the months of Ramadan, when religious observances inhibit smoking, drinking, eating, staying outdoors for prolonged periods of time, and rowdy behavior.
The newly constructed Red Line metro is one of the best ways of getting around Dubai. There are stops at the airport and along the Arabian Gulf coastline. The Red Line metro can also drop you off at the Bhurj Khalifa and the Emirate Mall. New stops for the metro are currently in development. Buses are available with Dubai Public Transport, with major stops at the Gold Souq Market and Al Ghubaiba Bus Station. Bus Line 8 is recommended for tourists, since it covers many popular attractions. There are plenty of taxis available for hire in the city, but you should have a solid understanding of where your destination is located before getting in. Traversing the Dubai Creek is easily done via the abra ferries or Waterbus.
A global metropolis on the eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, perched on the coast of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai casts its spell over adventurous globe-trotters with the irresistible allure of mystical history, natural beauty, and contemporary luxury:
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