Hotels in Dubai
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Holiday Inn Express Dubai Airport
Dubai 9.7 km from city centre
Holiday Inn Express Dubai Airport is across from the Dubai International Airport Terminal 3, and is a short walk from Emirates...
Villa Rotana Dubai
Dubai 1.5 km from city centre
Ideally located on Sheikh Zayed road just past the 1st Interchange and opposite the impressive Burj Dubai. The location is...
Time Crystal Apartments
Dubai 15.6 km from city centre
located in the TECOM area in Dubai, facing the Greens, off Sheikh Zayed road, few minutes away from the Internet city, the...
Burjuman Arjaan By Rotana Dubai
Dubai 6.2 km from city centre
Located of Trade Centre Road in Bur Dubai, the Burjuman Rotana Suites is directly connected to the prestigious Burjuman mall....
Dubai 933 m from city centre
The luxurious hotel is ideally situated in the Downtown Dubai area, within short distance from all major business...
Kempinski Hotel Mall Of The Emirates
Dubai 12 km from city centre
At the forefront of Mall of the Emirates mega complex, Kempinski Hotel takes pride of its prime location on...
Mövenpick Jumeirah Lakes Towers Dubai
Dubai 20.4 km from city centre
Moevenpick Jumeirah Lakes Towers is located in Jumeirah Lakes Towers within walking distance to the Metro station and has...
Tourism in Dubai
This is one of the seven emirates making up the country known as the United Arab Emirates. Although it isn’t the nation’s capital, Dubai, where tradition and modernity go hand in hand, has succeeded in transforming itself into an international reference point and headquarters of a large number of multinational organizations. Skyscrapers exist side by side with the most conservative Arab roots. It’s a Western port in the Middle East, a key focal point for foreign investment and an important centre of cultural interest and leisure.
The population of Dubai encompasses 1.5 million inhabitants, including Arabs and Westerners. The vast majority of the residents of this city are foreigners, as they cannot become citizens, so in a sense, everyone is just passing through. Although the official language is Arabic, Dubai is a modern-day Babel where you’ll find people of all nationalities serving locals and foreigners, alike. The city places great emphasis on industrial, urban and technological developments, which are its primary sources of investment and employment. The city’s offering is rounded out with leisure and services. The Dubai International Airport is the main headquarters of the national airline Emirates, making it the entryway into the country.