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Set uponmiles of glorious golden sand, our hotels in Dubai allow you to luxuriate in five-star glamour, while still reaching the bright lights of the city. The nearby desert is a treasure trove of falconry, sand boarding and dune bashing, perfect for magical adventures on your Dubai holiday.

As well as holidays inDubai, we offer unforgettable trips to other spectacular destinations across the UAE. So, whether you're seeking spellbounding skyscrapers,laid-back lavishness, or dreamy desert experiences, we have the perfectholiday for you.

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Where to stay in Dubai, Beaches and Beyond

Holidays in Ajman Welcome to the emirate of intrigue with elbow room to spare. Ajman holidays are the Middle East’s best-kept secret. Just a half-hour from Dubai Airport, this laid-back and budget-conscious enclave is as close as the UAE gets to a hideaway. The smallest of the emirates conceals 16km of perfect shoreline, an 18th century fort, a wetland centre, and a cityscape that hasn’t quite been transformed into the sprawling metropolis found next door. You’ll want to see it all, and Ajman hotels put you in the perfect spot to tour around this haven in the Arabian Gulf. View more Holidays in Dubai City The stepping-stone to the UAE, Dubai City is where anyone can feel like Royalty. Filled with iconic buildings like the Burj Khalifa, best-in-the-world brunches and award-winning spas, this is a desert dreamscape that makes for once-in-a-lifetime experiences. View more Holidays in Ras Al Khaimah You won’t find any cloud-piercing, Dubai-style skyscrapers here. With world-class hotels and a host of wonderful excursions, this is a very different (and exciting) face of the UAE. Soak in desert springs, take in the view on a mountain trek, or explore ancient forts and traditional meeting points for local Bedouin tribes. Ras Al Khaimah promises a magical time for any holiday. View more Holidays in Fujairah If you're looking for a luxury coastal experience, then a Fujairah holiday is the perfect choice for you. The stunning coast is ideal for scuba diving, whilst the city is a great base for exploring the rugged foothills of the Hajar Mountains. Or if you're seeking a more educational experience, Fujairah is one of the UAE's most historically important areas, and you can explore cultural traditions and history, form archeological sites and treasures to ancient mountain villages. View more Holidays in Dubai Beach Jumeirah Beach is Dubai’s most popular stretch of beach. With plenty of top-notch hotels and pristine beaches, it’s a great place to relax and enjoy the Arabian shores. Not forgetting the famous Palm Jumeirah —aman-made island shaped like a palm tree — it could only happen in Dubai. View more
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Atlantis, The Palm

Perfect for families and couples alike, Atlantis, The Palm is a world away from your everyday.

It strikes a pose as part of Dubai’s iconic skyline and is every bit as awe inspiring on the inside as it is out.

All guests receive unlimited access to Atlantis Aquaventure and The Lost Chambers Aquarium, families will love the amazing kids and teens clubs and activities and foodies will not be disappointed with its wide choice of restaurants from lavish buffets to celebrity chef dining.

Not one to rest on its laurels, all rooms are fresh from a full refurbishment and there is a brand new Imperial Club Lounge for guests craving an extra touch of luxury.

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Dubai and Maldives

The Middle East and Indian Ocean lend themselves very well to a multi-destination holiday, a stop over in Dubai en-route to the Maldives is a very popular option. Combine a few days hitting the shops in Dubai City before heading to the idyllic island resorts and white sand beaches of the Maldives.

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Flight Schedule

Regional flights from the UK are available with Emirates direct. Customers travelling between 1 May - 30 September 2022 can use their Emirates boarding pass to enjoy exclusive offers and discounts at hundreds of participating venues across Dubai and the UAE.

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Do I need a visa?

If you’re travelling on a British Citizen passport, you can get a visitor’s visa on arrival in the UAE. This visa allows visitors to stay in the UAE for up to 30 days. The visa terminates automatically on departure and a new visa is issued on arrival each time the visitor returns to the UAE.

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When is Ramadam?

Ramadan is estimated to be from 22nd March - 21stApril 2023. Visiting during this period offers a fascinating insight into Emirati culture and religious traditions.

From the desert to the city

If you want pure, unadulterated luxury, a holiday in Dubai is perfect for you. With miles of golden sand and a manmade island shaped like a giant palm tree, a trip to Dubai ticks every holiday box – from five-star resorts and spas to the world’s tallest buildings and idyllic beaches. Here’s a list of things not to miss whilst you enjoy a Dubai holiday.

Is there a better to place to indulge in a little luxury? If you’re looking to spoil yourself on your package holiday to Dubai, then these a few luxurious highlights:

  • The Waldorf Astoria Dubai: Enjoy brunch Prohibition style at this beautiful hotel on Dubai’s iconic Palm Island. Classic brunch dishes can be served poolside. An experience made even more luxe with the addition of live jazz.
  • Waldorf Astoria Spa: While at the hotel, don’t miss pampering yourself at the spa. There are over 50 treatments to indulge in – from serene massages to rejuvenating facials. It was named Best Luxury Destination Spa at the World Luxury Spa Awards 2016, so you can be sure your relaxation is in good hands.
  • Want some privacy? Then pay a visit to the secluded cabanas at Nasimi Beach or The Palm Jumeirah’s RIVA Beach Club – the perfect romantic spot for those on honeymoon in Dubai. All you need is a cocktail and a good book.

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Dubai Parks and Resortsis the region’s largest integrated theme park destination comprising three theme parks: MOTIONGATE™ Dubai, a movie inspired theme park showcasing some of Hollywood’s most beloved characters from DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Studios and Lionsgate; Bollywood Parks™ Dubai, a first-of-its-kind family theme park that will showcase rides and attractions based on the authentic Bollywood experience; as well as LEGOLAND® Dubai, a unique, interactive theme park for families which will bring the well-known LEGO® brick to life in a playful learning environment; and LEGOLAND® Water Park, the region’s first water park catering to families with children 2-12 years old.

The entire destination is connected by Riverland™ Dubai – a uniquely themed retail and dining destination at the heart of Dubai Parks and Resorts, and guests can stay at the Lapita™ Hotel, a Polynesian themed family hotel part of the Marriott Autograph Collection.

Dubai is home to some of the world’s biggest shopping malls. Spend the day wandering the gilded halls and pick up some souvenirs for friends and family back home, or treat yourself instead. Here are some shopping experiences to look out for:

  • The Dubai Mall: This shopping and leisure complex is the largest in the world at a whopping 12 million square feet. Featuring high fashion boutiques, department stores and artisan stalls, you’re bound to find everything you need (and probably a few things you don’t). Alongside the shopping, you can marvel at the fish in the Dubai Aquarium or cool off in the Dubai Ice Rink.
  • Mall of the Emirates: It may offer an incredible 560 shops, but the Mall of the Emirates is so much more than a shopping centre. Underneath its huge roof, you’ll also find a ski resort and snow park, cinema screens, the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Complex and 90 eateries. The sheer wealth of things to do makes it the perfect place to visit on a family holiday to Dubai.

The truth is, there are almost too many beaches to count in Dubai. There’s one to satisfy your every mood – whether you want a quiet spot to chill out in or a lively atmosphere complete with bars and restaurants. These are a few highlights to narrow the search down a little:

  • Jumeirah Beach: This is the longest beach in Dubai. Parts of it are sectioned off as private beaches, but there are plenty of idyllic public spots too, including Wollongong Beach. It’s adjacent to a playground, meaning little ones will be happy all afternoon – perfect for fun family holidays to Dubai – and volleyball nets, tennis courts and kite surfing opportunities for sports-lovers.
  • Sunset Beach: Located next to theJumeirah Beach Hotel, this is the place to try your hand at water sports. Take lessons or rent a board for a couple of hours to test out the waves.

Dubai’s unique location in the middle of the desert presents some once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

Explorean excitingdesert safariacross the sand dunes (don’t forget to pack and charge your camera) where you’ll sample authentic Middle Eastern cuisine and watch belly dancing at a Bedouin camp. It’ll be an unforgettable part of your holiday, whether you choose to go early and catch the sunrise or stay overnight to witness the majesty of the desert at night.

During your Dubai holiday, take advantage of all of that coastline by getting out on the water. Learn to dive, try something new or head to the waterpark.

  • Dubai's a great place to take your PADI Open Water Diving Course. There are plenty of diving schools to choose from, catering to every age and level – try Aqua Diving and Marine Services or Dolphin Diving Services. On your underwater explorations, you’ll find old shipwrecks, an artificial reef completely made of cars and unique coral islands.
  • For a truly thrilling experience, go to the Dubai Aquarium, where you can even dive with Tiger Sharks in a safe environment.
  • If you have children – or want to embrace your inner child – visit the Wild Wadi Waterpark, which offers 30 rides. It also has a stunning view of the Burj al Arab, one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.

There’s no bad time to take a holiday to Dubai, but to get the most out of your trip you might coordinate it with one of the exciting events occurring throughout the year:

  • March: The International Kite Fest takes place on Jumeirah Beach and the sky fills with colour. Watch the spectacular display from the vantage point of the beach.
  • March: The Dubai International Boat Festival is also on this month. It’s the world’s number one luxury, leisure and lifestyle event. Watch as huge, impressive superyachts take to the water.
  • May: Visit in May, and you’ll get to witness the Al Gaffal Traditional 60-foot Dhow Race, which honours this region’s rich and fascinating pearl-diving history.

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FAQs

What is the cheapest month to visit Dubai? ›

The savviest time to visit Dubai is September. Brits and Europeans tend to stick to the Mediterranean for sun, causing hotel rates and flight prices to plummet. From October to New Year hotel rates can creep up, peaking in the December to February high season — particularly around Christmas.

Do they do all-inclusive in Dubai? ›

All-inclusive luxury holidays in Dubai

5-star all-inclusive resorts in Dubai include JA Beach Hotel, JA Lake View Hotel, JA Palm Tree Court, and Rixos The Palm Hotel & Suites. Upgraded flights and a superb suite are just the beginning.

Why is Dubai cheap in August? ›

August is the summer season in Dubai which means that the weather is extremely hot and dry. But this also means that there are fewer tourists around and you can get amazing deals and discounts on your bookings.

What is the best time to visit Dubai in 2022? ›

The best time to visit Dubai is between November and March. During the so-called winter months, Dubai weather has clear blue skies, perfect for going to the beach, and exploring old Dubai, taking a walk in the lanes of Al Bastakiya, and generally roaming around.

Which month is best for Dubai? ›

November to February is considered to be the best time to visit this emirate, as temperatures are pleasant and there's a buzz in the air with a range of events and activities from the Dubai Shopping and Food Festivals to the Dubai World Cup.

Is it expensive to eat in Dubai? ›

The main dish in Dubai restaurants usually cost around 40 – 100 AED (10-25 EUR). Sandwiches and burgers cost 35 – 55 AED (9-14 EUR). Appetizers and desserts cost around 20-40 AED (5-10 EUR). Of course, there are always exceptions, from cheap street food stands to upscale restaurants.

Can you drink alcohol in Dubai? ›

Alcohol. UAE Residents can drink alcohol at home and in licensed venues. Liquor licences are still required for Residents in Dubai but are no longer required for Residents in Abu Dhabi and other Emirates (save for Emirate of Sharjah) to purchase alcohol for personal consumption.

Is it expensive in Dubai? ›

Dubai has some of the world's most expensive hotels, but that doesn't mean you won't find affordable options! Depending on your preference (locations, room types, travel period, and more), the cost of accommodations in Dubai can range between 275 AED (71 EUR) to 9,021 AED (2,328 EUR)!

How many days in Dubai is enough? ›

If interested in planning a Dubai itinerary, then a stay of about 5 days is the best amount of time to squeeze all of the tourism juices out of this illustrious middle eastern gem. From luxury to style to architecture—it boasts of the tallest building in the whole world: the Burj Khalifa.

Is Dubai a walkable city? ›

Dubai is often said to be a very car-focused city but much of it is extremely walkable, helped by the fact that the city is almost completely flat. In fact, going on foot is by far the best way to see Dubai, as it allows you to discover things you'd miss if getting around in a taxi.

What can I wear in Dubai? ›

The general rule regarding dressing in public in Dubai is to wear clothing that covers your shoulders and your knees. It's best to refrain from wearing clothing that is too tight or too revealing for both men and women. It's a good idea to carry a light sweater or shawl when going out in public places.

How far is Dubai from UK by plane? ›

Flight distance from London to Dubai (London Heathrow Airport – Dubai International Airport) is 3420 miles / 5505 kilometers / 2972 nautical miles. Estimated flight time is 6 hours 58 minutes.

Can you swim in Dubai in August? ›

Yes!

In august, swimming is ideal on the beaches around Dubai! With water reaching 95°F at most and 93°F on average, spending time in the water is very pleasant. Note also that in august, the climate is bad with an average outside temperature of 98°F, 0.1in of precipitation (over 0 days) and 54.65 % humidity.

Is Dubai worth visiting? ›

Beautiful, shiny skyscrapers, state of the art buildings and beautiful beaches and sand dunes; fine dining; fabulous all-inclusive accommodation options, shopping at Dubai Mall and adrenaline filled experiences all make Dubai a fantastic tourist destination.

Is Dubai cheaper in April? ›

Prices for flights and hotels are low during April through October, i.e. the low season for tourism in Dubai. While, the best season to visit Dubai is during winter for a traveler to get the opportunity to explore the city and spend the vacation well.

Is Dubai cheaper in summer? ›

You'll save money on your Dubai hotel stay

Summer is 'low season' for Dubai's hoteliers, so they'll do their utmost to get your business, often throwing in freebie spa treatments, upgrades and complimentary kids' activities too. We'll take all three, thank you.

How do I plan a Dubai budget? ›

10 tips to make your Dubai Trip Budget Friendly
  1. Book Your Tickets Timely. ...
  2. Use Public Transport to Travel to Places Within Dubai. ...
  3. Booking Your Accommodation Intelligently. ...
  4. Preferably Dine Out At Old Dubai. ...
  5. Be Wise While Choosing The Meals. ...
  6. Enjoy During Happy Hours. ...
  7. Research The Things That You Can Do And Schedule Wisely.

How much do I need to travel to Dubai? ›

Dubai trip cost
Estimated cost
Airfare$1,000
Accommodations$1,125
Local transportation$240
Attractions$400
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