The 10 Best Hotels in Dubai for 2020/2021
The top 5 hotels in Dubai
Enjoy one of the most resplendent holiday destinations on the planet. These 5 top picks in Dubai offer next-level luxury and forward-thinking comfort.
Our best hotels in Dubai
This glitzy spa resort is a mesmerising blend of old-school furnishings and cutting-edge fashion. From the marbled corridors to the palatial courtyards, you’ll feel like royalty throughout your stay. Guests can choose from many chic restaurants on-site or indulge in sensuous spa treatments in the tranquil wetness rooms.
With sumptuous city-view pools and opulent interiors, the Fairmont embodies everything about modern Dubai. The hotel is ideally located just a few metro stops from Dubai's premier attractions and beach. There's plenty to do on-site too, from a wide array of gourmet restaurants to high-rise bars and two fashionable nightclubs.
Nestled along the coast with premier beach views, the Five Palms is a mesmerising stay. Several delectable bars and restaurants offer incredible nightscape views across the city's glowing metropolitan centre. Rooms are equally alluring, with cosy, contemporary interiors and plenty of mod cons.
Located in the heart of Sheikh Zayed Road, this hotel is close to Dubai's biggest and best action spots. Guests can enjoy calming and stately interiors featuring Arabesque furnishings and unbeatable city views. With several bars, restaurants and spas to choose from, the hotel offers everything you could need.
Part of the luxury Al Habtoor City development, this hotel is surrounded by plentiful attractions and entertainment options. With an eclectic and cosmopolitan feel, guests can jump between glitzy skyrise bars and more secluded, cosy spots. Rooms are just as mesmerising with futuristic décor and unmissable city views.
Services will you find in our hotels in Dubai
- Free Wi-Fi
- Room service
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Swimming pools
- Spa treatments
- Evening entertainment
- Well-stocked bars
- Choice of restaurants
Going on holiday in Dubai
Dubai is a fine destination year-round, thanks to the prevalence of temperature-controlled infrastructure and indoor attractions. However, to avoid the sweltering outdoor heat, it's best to visit between November and March. Prices drop considerably from June to September, but temperatures and humidity soar. As for events, Dubai hosts a wide range of alluring celebrations and attractions throughout the year. Art Dubai blossoms in March, Dubai Shopping Festival launches in January, Dubai Film Festival arrives in December and Global Village lasts from November through March.
Hotel offers at Dubai convenient for all kind of travel
Dubai is an alluring and exciting destination which is a dream for families, couples and groups alike. There's plenty to do for children throughout the year, from futuristic water parks to indoor skiing and a multitude of theme parks. Couples are perhaps best catered to, with sumptuous spas, incredible sky-view bars and some of the best restaurants in the world. As for groups, Dubai is brimming with clubs and all-night bars for memorable evenings. There are also adventurous outdoor excursions for all ages, from reef and wreckage diving to desert safaris.
The range of hotels we offer at Dubai
- Resort hotels
- Seafront hotels
- City hotels
- Boutique hotels
- High-rise hotels
Dubai: What should we bring for a hotel stay?
- Comfortable shoes
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
- Sun cream
- Swimming costume
- Travel towel
- Walking clothes
- Guide books
Your best hotel at Dubai: how to get there and make your booking
How to get to Dubai
Dubai has two international airports that service passengers from around the world. Dubai International Airport is likely to be your first port of call, with direct links via metro and bus into the downtown districts. Al Maktoum International Airport is also connected with public transport for ease of access to Dubai's sights and sounds. Once you've arrived in Dubai, you'll find the metro service to be among the best in the world. It connects travellers with the most important spots and major sights. To access more remote and local sites, hop on the bus for slow, but convenient, travel. There are a wide range of other options too that are site-specific, including tram, monorail and boat, with taxis also providing an inexpensive form of travel.
How to book your hotel in Dubai
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Dubai
Dubai is a city of extremes and superlatives. From the world's tallest building to the world's biggest mall, Dubai is a mind-melter. Restaurants serve up cutting-edge cuisine from all corners of the world and evenings go on as long as you can stay awake. It’s among the most mesmerising destination in the world, and perfect for travellers looking for a dynamic and futuristic experience.
Dubai – experience the old-school Dubai charm
Dubai is all about futuristic architecture and fashionable cultural experiences, but there’s plenty of the pre-oil boom Dubai to see too. To experience these slices of old-school charm, head to Dubai Creek for an abra ride across the water. There, you can explore the vibrant souqs or take a deep-dive into history at the excellent Dubai Museum.