Hotels near DXB
The Armani hotel, opened by legendary Giorgio Armani in 2010, its part residence and part hotel; premium rooms have balconies and overlook the Dubai Fountain. The Fairmont Dubai in the financial district features amenities like the Willow Stream Spa, two rooftop swimming pools and even a sushi café. There are more familiar chains like the Hyatt Regency, the Ritz Carlton and the Sheraton.
Legendary Gordon Ramsay and Gary Rhodes have restaurants located in both the Grosvenor House Hotel and Hilton Dubai Creek, which offers their signature Michelin star-courting cuisine. Food there will cost you about $140 USD AED 500 per person. If that price is just too much for your trip there are more economical places to eat on Al Dhiyafah Road. This is Dubai’s take on fast food. The restaurants allow you the opportunity to people watch while eating.
About Dubai Airport
Dubai, United Arab Emirates airport abbreviated DXB airport is located in Dubai, the second largest emirate in the United Arab Emirates. It is on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf. There is a hot desert climate year round that is marked by extreme heat and humid weather. Home to over 2 million people visiting Dubai has become increasingly popular. It is a safe destination and a modern infrastructure.
Things to do in Dubai
While there is nothing spectacular per se about the shopping malls in Dubai that would make it any different from going to your local mall and picking up something. Not even the prices are all that spectacular, but what is intriguing is the venue. Take for instance the Souk Madinat located inside Madinat Jumeirah hotel, which transports its customers on its own waterway. You can ski in the Mall of the Emirates;and the Mall of Arabia features a real-life Jurassic Park. Don’t forget to visit the man-made island of Palm Jumeirah shaped like a palm tree, Jebel Ali, Deira and the World, which is shaped like a miniature world map. Although there are plenty of beaches in Dubai, there is only one public beach, Al Mamzar it’s located in Sharjah. If you aren’t staying in a Jumeirah beach hotel you can pay admission to get on the beach.
When visiting Dubai you can many historic landmarks such as the Al Fahidi Fort, which was built in 1799. It is considered the oldest building in Dubai, which is currently part of the Dubai Museum. One of the most visited landmarks is the Burj al Arab which is a luxury hotel built to resemble the sail of a boat. While you are in the city you will find an enormous amount of shops. Dubai is commonly known as the “shopping capital of the Middle East” with over seventy shopping malls and the world’s largest called the Dubai Mall.