United Arab Emirates Hotels
Number of hotels in this location - 40
Emerging as a must see location on a tourist's itinerary, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) offer expansive deserts, white sandy beaches and varied landscapes. Explore the desert on quad bikes, enjoy the luxury of Dubai with its famous Palm Islands and The World, admire the amazing architecture in Fujairah or visit the largest emirate Abu Dhabi, nicknamed the 'Manhattan of the Middle East' for year-round traditional events. For a more tranquil setting visit Ras al Khaimah with its tall striking mountains and azure seas.
Dubai International Airport is the world's busiest airport by international passenger traffic and sits just a few miles outside Dubai. The airport is served by Dubai Metro as well as buses, offering quick and easy transport into Dubai. Similarly, Abu Dhabi International Airport has excellent ground transport links to whisk you to your hotel.
- Dubai is the largest city in the UAE and is located on the northern coast overlooking the Persian Gulf. Famous as a playground of the rich and famous, it features super-luxurious hotels, enormous shopping malls and towering skyscrapers. The largest of these are the iconic Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest man-made structure.
- Abu Dhabi is the seat of the UAE government and is a modern, advanced metropolis. Sports play a large role in Abu Dhabi's tourist industry. The Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium is currently home to the Pakistan national cricket team and has also hosted Indian Premier League games. The Yas Marina Circuit hosts the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as well as other motorsport events.
- The Dubai Mall is the largest shopping mall in the world and features over a thousand shops as well as restaurants, cinemas and even a zoo! It is one of the most visited buildings anywhere on the planet and regularly attracts over 50 million visitors per year. Alternatively you could visit the Mall of the Emirates which houses the world's largest indoor snow park!
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The capital Abu Dhabi lies on a T-shaped island surrounded by the crystal blue waters of the Arabian Gulf and some 200 offshore islands. Soon to be home to a new Formula One race circuit and a Guggenheim Museum, the new construction of Saadiyat Island reaffirms Abu Dhabi’s status of ‘Manhattan of the Middle East’. Expect impressive skylines, turquoise waters, manicured gardens and numerous fountains as a guarantee when visiting Abu Dhabi.
On the south coast of the Persian Gulf in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is one of the world's fastest growing cities with a multitude of luxury Dubai hotels to choose from and is now known as the gateway to the Middle East. With year-round scorching temperatures, stunning scenery in the surrounding vast deserts and jewel blue seas, our hotels in Dubai are a popular choice for sun-seekers planning an exotic escape. Dubai boasts some of the most innovative examples of modern architecture, and the hotels in Dubai are amongst the most luxurious in the world. Signalling grandeur and wealth, recent developments of The Palm Jumeirah and The World Resort show Dubai's ambition to become one of the world's leading tourist destinations. Dubai is also the setting of the breathtaking Burj Khalifa, which is currently the tallest man-made structure in the world and a nearby attraction for visitors choosing our Dubai hotels. This extraordinary city is also a world-class shopping destination. Fusing traditional souks with ultra modern shopping malls close to many Dubai hotels, the city is home to Dubai Mall, the world's largest shopping destination. Whether you're hoping to splash some cash or simply soak up the glorious sunshine, our hotels in Dubai are the perfect choice when visiting this ground-breaking destination.
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