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EUR 57.0723

13 km von der Stadtmitte aus 

A stylish boutique hotel in the heart of Dubai, the Tulip Inn Al Qusais Dubai Suites combines con


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EUR 83.8936

16 km von der Stadtmitte aus 

Situated in the heart of Dubai's Knowledge Village, the elegant and modern 3 star accommodation o


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EUR 88.8286

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With a prime location nestled between two of the United Arab Emirates' largest cities, the Golden


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EUR 99.9321

15 km von der Stadtmitte aus 
Welcome to the 4-star Golden Tulip Thanyah Hotel Apartments in Dubai.


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EUR 105.484

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A deluxe hotel in an exciting, up-and-coming part of the city, the Golden Tulip Al Barsha Dubai i

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Things to do in Dubai

Dubai's beaches provide a refreshing retreat from the heat. Try your hand at kite-surfing on Kite Beach or take a dip in the water at Al Mamzar. Strolling along the Dubai Marina is one of the most enticing things to do in Dubai. Its Jumeirah Beach Walk provides an open air market, live entertainment, and a number of restaurants. Shopping is taken to an elevated art form in Dubai's glittering shopping malls. Visit the Souk Madinat, which has its own waterway to transport you to and from shops and restaurants. The Mall of the Emirates comes equipped with an indoor ski slope, should you tire of the beaches outside. Dubai's dazzling Gold Souk is worth visiting, with its eye-catching displays of gemstones and low prices.

Things to see in Dubai

You can easily spend several days exploring Dubai's high rises, theme parks, and shopping malls, but there's another side to the city. The Bastakia Quarter is one of the best traditional things to see in Dubai, its labyrinthine corridors are lined with contemporary art galleries and cafes. You can see the medieval Jumeirah Mosque, with its elegant domes and stained glass. Pay a visit to the textile souk, rich with elaborate tapestries and saffron-coloured bolts of fabric. You can also explore the vast sands of the Sahara by taking a sand dune 4WD safari, or even soaring above them in a hot air balloon at sunrise. Seeing the sun's rays slowly awaken the shifting desert sands with light and colour is an unforgettable experience.

Dubai Transport

Dubai International Airport is the home of local airlines Emirates and FlyDubai, yet it offers a wide range of international connections as the largest hub in the Middle East. Emirates Express bus service connects Dubai with the other six emirates of the UAE, and operates from several terminals in the city. There is also an international cruise terminal at Port Rashid. Dubai transport is rather sprawling and car-oriented. You can either rent a car for use during your stay or rely on taxis. There is a metro system currently being expanded, already covering a good percentage of the city centre.

Dubai Events

You'll find Dubai events on every month of the calendar. The Dubai Marathon is in January, with runners participating in the race for charity. January is also when the Dubai Shopping Festival is held. Although shopping is special all year round in Dubai, retailers pull out all the stops with sales and special events during this month. Music lovers will want to attend the prestigious Dubai Jazz Festival, held at Dubai Media City and drawing well-known international musicians. The Festival of Taste is another event held at Dubai Media City, although this one focuses on gastronomic innovation and cooking demonstrations.

Restaurants in Dubai

From celebrity chefs to street food, you'll find delicious meals to suit every budget. Many restaurants in Dubai make use of freshly caught fish and a rainbow of spices to create their own Arabic-Mediterranean fusion cuisine. ¶ The Dubai Marina is a good place to start if you're in the mood for fine dining. Should you tire of high end dining in Dubai's hotels and shopping malls, try heading to Al Dhiyafah Road for a plethora of cheap ethnic cuisine. You'll find packed, cosy restaurants serving authentic Lebanese and Indian cuisine in heaping portions, often accompanied by spicy curry sauces.