You'll never find yourself without anything to do in Dubai. It's ideal for a relaxing and luxurious beach holiday but also perfect for a bustling city break full of sightseeing, restaurants, shops, culture and iconic buildings.
Spa & Hotel - Stay at the Burj Al Arab
A holiday in one of the most unique destinations in the World would not be complete without staying in one of the most unique hotels in the World. The Burj Al Arab has been labelled the World's most luxurious hotel and earned itself a 7 Star status. Guests are treated like royalty at this iconic symbol of modern Dubai. Residents are presented with a gold iPad on check-in, can take advantage of a private butler and private yacht charter service, relax amongst the 4 stunning swimming pools, enjoy the 9 exceptional bars and restaurants and gain complimentary access to the Wild Wadi Waterpark. The Talise Spa is an exclusive sanctuary perched 150 metres above the Arabian Gulf and offers tantalizing luxury treatments. A last night stay at the Burj Al Arab would be the perfect addition to any Jumeirah honeymoon.
Stay in the Desert
Stay amongst the golden dunes of the Arabian desert and experience its true beauty and majesty. If you can spare a couple of nights away from the city, then you will be seizing a rare opportunity to experience horseback riding through the golden sands, the thrill of a 4x4 safari and relaxing in the idyllic surroundings with only the breath-taking backdrop of the desert to distract you. Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa offers all this and receives excellent reviews.
Gastronomy – Delicious Cuisine
Foodies will delight in offerings available in this innovative city as Dubai has some of the best restaurants in the United Arab Emirates. Fine cuisine is available throughout the city and in each resort – you will be spoilt for choice! Anantara The Palm Hotel & Spa offers a wide range of mouth-watering cuisines including the Asian delights of Mekong restaurant. Other restaurants to sample include Pierchic – a seafood restaurant perched on the edge of bedecked pier at Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeirah, plus Eauzone at One&Only Royal Mirage.
Family Day Out - Aquaventure Waterpark
Thrill seekers and families alike will love the fun-filled adventure of a day out at Aquaventure. Aquaventure features thrilling waterslides and powerful water coasters, along with child friendly areas, gentle water rides and wave pools.
At the Top, Burj Khalifa
Take a city tour that covers all the main points of interest including; Dubai Marina, Atlantis The Palm, the Dubai Mall and the main focal point; The Burj Khalifa. As seen in the latest Mission Impossible blockbuster, the iconic Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. This world-class skyscraper is the centrepiece of Downtown Dubai, with stunning views of the whole city and beyond from the observation deck on level 124.
Enjoy a fabulous dinner whilst cruising down the Dubai creek amongst the bright lights of this fabulous city. Enjoy the music and Tanoura Dance show and a BBQ buffet dinner aboard the traditionally decorated wooden Dhow.
Outdoor Adventure - Desert Safari
A desert safari is a must do excursion whilst in Dubai. Tours include exhilarating dune bashing and camel riding before visiting a traditional Bedouin campsite to enjoy a BBQ and entertainment under the stars. Entertainment includes belly dancing and tanoura dancing, before you head back across the desert and into the city.
Shopping - Modern Souks
Enjoy the vivid scents and bustling atmosphere of the Madinat Jumeirah Souk, where the winding alleyways will lead you to fashion, jewellery, antiques, art, oils and spices. This Arabian market-place is full to the brim of middle-eastern wonders and hidden treasures. Additionally, you will also find a wide range of bars and restaurants here as well. Likewise, Souk Al Bahar in downtown Dubai is a hub of shopping, dining and entertainment that transports visitors into ancient Arabic heritage. The charming passages are lined with shops offering authentic hand-made crafts, jewellery, fashion and furnishings.
As with any major city, shopping is a big attraction in Dubai. The Dubai Mall is filled with international names and traditional Arabian delights spread across Fashion Avenue and surrounding floors. It also features two anchor department stores, over 200 dining outlets, The Souk and the amazing Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. Be sure to check out the mesmerising Dubai Fountain set on the Burj Khalifa lake just outside the mall. It is the world’s largest dancing fountain offering a visual spectacle that never fails to impress. The fountain performs every 30 minutes each evening, shooting water as high as 500ft.
Traditional Gold & Spice Souk
Enjoy the vivid scents and bustling atmosphere of the aromatic spice souk, selling spices of the world, incense, rose petals and traditional medicines. Just a short walk away is the dazzling gold souk, where you can barter for a beautiful necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings.