DUBAI HOLIDAYS

Dubai has quickly become one of the world's premier holiday destinations, becoming a hotspot for travellers searching for the ultimate in luxury accommodation.


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4 Star Dubai Beach Holidays

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Discover Dubai for less than you imagined with a stay in one of Travelbag’s outstanding 4 star hotels and resorts. Dubai is home to some of the world’s biggest and best hotels, with many earning iconic status for their architecture, luxury and location. Indeed, Dubai features a number of excellent hotels along its Arabian Sea-fringed coastline, from those to be found on the famous Palm Jumeirah to those situated on The Walk
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5 Star Dubai Beach Holidays

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Explore dazzling Dubai in style with a stay in one of its iconic 5 star hotels, each with a privileged position overlooking the crystalline Arabian Sea. Dubai Beach is resplendent with extraordinary 5 star hotels, the standard of which is hard to find anywhere else in the world, so by treating yourself to a 5 star hotel during your Dubai Beach holiday, you have the opportunity to experience levels of luxury, quality and service that you will never forget.
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Dubai Beach Multicentre Holidays

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The perfect complement to any dream vacation, book a Multi-Centre holiday to Dubai Beach for the ultimate getaway. With beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels and excellent facilities, Dubai Beach is ideal for those looking to experience something extra on their holiday.

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Dubai Highlights

A city of cloud-tickling skyscrapers, spectacular contemporary architecture and uncompromising luxury, all wrapped up in a culture steeped in enchanting Arabian traditions, Dubai is a mesmerising city where tradition and the future intertwine seamlessly.

Blending age-old traditions with extraordinary modern advancements, a Middle East holiday takes you to the evolving city of Dubai with its spectacular skyscrapers and state-of-the-art facilities, while nearby Abu Dhabi is a showcase for modern-day architecture in an authentic Arabian setting.

No visit to Dubai is complete without visits to such iconic sites as the man-made Palm Jumeirah, the towering Burj Khalifa, the mammoth Dubai Mall and its thrilling water parks at Wild Wadi and Aquaventure.

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Key Highlights of Dubai

  • Relaxing in one of Dubai’s marvellously luxurious hotels and resorts
  • Plunging into Dubai’s superb water parks at Aquaventure and Wild Wadi
  • Admiring Dubai’s distinctive skyline, particularly at night
  • Splashing the cash in the world’s largest shopping centre
  • Bouncing across the sands dunes on an exhilarating desert safari
  • Perusing the shiny wares of Dubai’s famous gold souks

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Dubai, call us on 0871 703 4698 and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable travel experts.

Packing tips

The emirate of Dubai has quickly transformed itself from a vast desert to a tourist playground. A sprawling metropolis, it is a unique destination and one that takes a lot of thought when it comes to packing.

Firstly, get your sunscreen and hat in the suitcase because the sun is scorching in Dubai and it doesn’t take much to burn. Similarly, the clear, blue skies mean that sunglasses are essential for protecting your eyes from the glare.

With the sticky weather outside, it is important to remember that the malls are often air-conditioned to the point where a light jacket may be needed. Try to be modest, as is the culture there, when dressing with skirts and shorts below the knee and elbow-length sleeves on shirts. Make sure that you get breathable fabrics; loose cottons and linens are ideal.

On your feet, go for flip flops and sandals but keep in mind that trips like sandboarding, desert safaris and camel rides will need comfortable, closed footwear. In the evening, natives will be dressed up so make sure you have smart clothing for going out to bars and restaurants; especially if you’re hitting the clubs.

Essential Information

  • Capital-Dubai is the most populous emirate in the United Arab Emirates while Abu Dhabi is the official capital.
  • Currency-The whole of the UAE use the United Arab Emirates Dirham.
  • Languages-Dubai, and the rest of the United Arab Emirates, have Arabic as their official language.
  • Time Zone- GMT +4 hours.

Weather in Dubai

Found in the Northern desert belt, Dubai has intensely hot and humid summers with warm winters to boot. The months of June through September all have average highs around 40ºC with lows of little less than 30ºC in the evenings. This, combined with the high humidity, can make the emirate sticky and uncomfortable at times.

January is the coldest month and that still has an average high of 24ºC with a low of just 14ºC. During the winter months, between December and March, Dubai can get thunderstorms and the odd shower with the wettest month of February averaging 35 millimeters of rain.

The tropical desert climate means that whenever you go you can expect Dubai to be warm and sunny but it does fluctuate a little.

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