Use the buttons below to increase or decrease the text size:
Listen to the content of the page by clicking play on ReadSpeaker..
To discover more about accessibility view our
Dubai's Best Attractions
Must-see places in Dubai
Dubai’s shopping malls
Welcome to the mall metropolis
A Guide To The Top Rides and Attractions in Dubai
Thrills and spills
You are now leaving
This home-grown hotel brand is designed with quirky, locally-inspired art and a culturally connected soul. Putting the ‘fun’ into functional, Rove takes the frills out of standard hotel offerings and replaces it with the stuff you really need. Make use of their DIY laundromats; a 24-hour supermarket (perfect for those late night munchies); self-service check-in stations; seamless Wi-Fi and in-room smart TVs. Fuel up for an action-packed Dubai day at their deli-style restaurant The Daily, which serves up fresh, healthy food that’s easy to grab and go. You’ll find other Rove hotels in key central locations across town too.
No, that’s not a typo — this funky new kid on the block (located in the vibrant Barsha Heights neighbourhood) has taken a dreamy, enigmatic name that matches its cosmopolitan atmosphere. In the heart of New Dubai, Somewhere boasts convenient metro access and is within easy reach of all the delights of Dubai Marina and beyond. Oozing a vibrant, relaxed vibe, this contemporary hotel offers spacious rooms with tech-friendly features and a rooftop pool. It’s also home to the music lounge The Clavichord and Lebanese restaurant Nay.
An oldie, but a goodie — this five-star hotel is set within bustling Bur Dubai. Apart from the contemporary rooms and suites, there are also one, two and three-bedroom apartments fully equipped with private kitchens, making it ideal for larger groups. And while historic Bur Dubai’s many Indian-inspired shopping and dining attractions are a stone’s throw away, you wouldn’t be wrong to sample the offerings of the hotel’s own British gastro-pub; acclaimed North Indian restaurant Chutney’s; and popular night spot Pulse (known for its Bollywood nights). Plus, there’s a temperature-controlled rooftop pool.
A location right by the iconic Mall of the Emirates? Check. Modern, comfortable rooms? Check. Shuttle to the beach? Check. A range of dining options? Check. This three-star hotel punches well above its weight when it comes to facilities and drawcards. You might come here for the great-value prices and location, but you may just end up staying for its buzzing sports lounge The Huddle and its live music venue Maxx. Citymax has another outpost in Bur Dubai for those who prefer a different location.
For upscale comforts at won’t-blow-the-budget prices, this four-star hotel is perfect. Straight off the bat, its unique garden wall exterior will give you Instagram bragging rights. Inside, it offers a range of stylish room types, including inter-connecting rooms (kitted out with amenities such as eco-friendly bathroom products). Plus, there’s an outdoor pool, fitness and wellbeing facilities as well as the city’s first Cajun restaurant. Don’t miss it.
Copyright © 2019. This site is maintained by Dubai Corporation of Tourism & Commerce Marketing.
Site last updated [24/05/2019]