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A sleek metropolis in the Arabian desert, Dubai blends ancient customs with cosmopolitan vibrance.

Once a humble pearl trading village on the banks of the Dubai Creek, the emirate has emerged as the glittering playground of the Middle East. Amidst its skyscrapers and beaches, discover international cuisine, renowned architecture, vibrant souks, and the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf.

-°C / -°F UAE Dirham (Dh) Arabic, English Dubai International Airport (DXB), Sharjah International Airport (SHJ)

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  1. Alserkal Avenue
    Street 8, Al Quoz 1
    1. Alserkal Avenue
    Street 8, Al Quoz 1

    In the hip, artsy Al Quoz district, a collection of former warehouses have been transformed into Alserkal Avenue, a miniature arts district. Over 20 art galleries, museums, cinemas, and performance spaces offer a peek into Dubai’s vibrant art culture. In addition to studios like internationally renowned Grey Noise and the Middle Eastern-focused Salsali Private Museum, the complex is home to A4, a combination café, boutique, library, and movie theater.

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  2. Arabian Tea House Café
    Al Fahidi Street Bur Dubai
    2. Arabian Tea House Café
    Al Fahidi Street Bur Dubai

    Dubai may be known for its sleek skyscrapers and rapid new construction, but, long before it was a major international capital, it was a small Emirati town. Catch glimpses of this disappearing world at the Arabian Tea House Café, a picturesque café that preserves traditional Emirati culture and hospitality in an historic wind tower house and its shady courtyard.

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  3. Bastakiya
    Along Dubai Creek
    3. Bastakiya
    Along Dubai Creek

    Carved wooden doors, narrow stone lanes, smooth limestone walls, and shaded courtyards fill the historic neighorhood where Dubai's wealthiest families once lived. A picturesque heritage district where the last vestiges of old Dubai are preserved through traditional Islamic architecture, Bastakiya is now home to popular restaurants, shops, and art galleries. Located near Dubai Creek, the region is distinctive for its many barjeels, wind towers that cooled the houses in an earlier era.

  4. Burj Khalifa
    Dubai
    4. Burj Khalifa
    Dubai

    Undoubtedly the pride of Dubai and the nation's biggest landmark, the 2,716.5-foot Burj Khalifa has already broken numerous records as the tallest building in the world. At the insistence of Dubai’s ruler that this record-breaking piece of architecture also stay true to its local heritage, the architect incorporated iconic patterns from traditional Islamic architecture and took stylistic inspiration from the hymenocallis, a local desert flower with a naturally harmonious structure.

  5. Dubai Museum
    Al Fahidi Fort
    5. Dubai Museum
    Al Fahidi Fort

    Housed in an 18th-century fort – the oldest building in Dubai – the Dubai Museum was established in 1971 to present and preserve the region’s rich history, culture, and traditions. Vivid dioramas depict life in the United Arab Emirates before the discovery of oil in the 1960s. A pair of canons flanks the museum’s entrance, while tall masts rise from the wooden hull of a majestic dhow boat that rests outside.

  6. Jumeirah Beach Road
    6. Jumeirah Beach Road

    It’s easy to get sucked into Dubai’s megamalls and spend an entire visit exploring international chains and luxury designers. Those interested in independent, local designers should make their way to Jumeirah Beach Road, whose bungalows are filled with trendy design shops, hip cafés, vintage stores, and more.

  7. Jumeirah Mosque
    Jumeirah Beach Road
    7. Jumeirah Mosque
    Jumeirah Beach Road

    Twin minarets rise from both sides of a radiant sandstone structure. Between these iconic towers, an intricately carved dome crowns one of Dubai's holiest landmarks. Designed in the Fatimid style, which dates from the Middle Ages, this exquisite mosque pays tribute to the golden era of Islamic architecture. The emirates' only mosque open to non-Muslims, guided tours are organized by the Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding.

  8. Khan Murjan Souk
    Wafi, Al Garhoud Road
    8. Khan Murjan Souk
    Wafi, Al Garhoud Road

    Few things could be more emblematic of Dubai than Khan Murjan Souk, a luxury shopping center modeled on an ancient subterranean souk in Baghdad. While the shopping itself is impressive – including both mainstream shops and traditional Persian, Moroccan, and Arabic handicrafts – the real marvel is the building, with its colorful stained-glass ceiling, intricately carved wooden colonnade, and traditional tilework.

  9. Kite Surfer’s Beach
    9. Kite Surfer’s Beach

    One of Dubai’s most popular beaches, this pristine stretch of sand attracts locals and visitors alike on every sunny day. Learn to kite-surf from one of the kite-surfing outfits that give the beach its name, sip refreshing juices from one of the popular juice bars that line the beach, bask in the sun, and join in outdoor activities like paddle-boarding, beach volleyball, and bungee jumping.

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  10. The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding
    House 26, Al Mussallah Road, Bastakiya, Bur Dubai
    10. The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding
    House 26, Al Mussallah Road, Bastakiya, Bur Dubai

    Set in the historic Bastakiya neighborhood, the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding occupies one of the city’s most picturesque buildings, inspired by traditional Emirati wind tower houses and ornately decorated with artisan carvings and decor. Inside, the center holds events, exhibitions, and performances focused on bridging Emirati culture and the cultures of Dubai’s expatriates.

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Al Maha is located with the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, putting some of the UAE’s most dramatic natural scenery and wildlife at our fingertips.

Camel Trek at Sunset
Camel Trek at Sunset
Dubai

For a romantic experience, take a trek at sunset: our guides know the most scenic vistas for watching the desert sky’s colors.

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Al Maha
A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Dubai

Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
Dubai - Al Ain Road
Dubai
United Arab Emirates

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A Rare Bird A Rare Bird

While staying in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, spot exotic wildlife such as the Arabian oryx and gazelles, as well as a wide variety of bird species.

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Desert Decadence Desert Decadence

Inspired by traditional tents and architecture, all of our suites have private infinity pools and terraces overlooking the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve.

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Take Your Time Take Your Time

The Timeless Spa draws on healing practices from cultures around the world, so that treatments are truly representative of Dubai's cosmopolitan nature.

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Grosvenor House
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Dubai

Al Sofouh Road
PO Box 118500
Dubai
United Arab Emirates

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Grosvenor House A Luxury Collection Hotel, Dubai

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Buddha Bar Buddha Bar

An unforgettable lounge experience, the world-famous Buddha Bar fuses Asian flavours and innovative cocktails with eclectic decor and cool tunes direct from Paris.

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Indulgence for Everyone Indulgence for Everyone

Each of the hotel's towers has its own spa: Tower One has the Western-influenced The Retreat Spa, while Tower Two is home to the Eastern-inspired B/Attitude Spa.

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Panoramic Pools Panoramic Pools

Our two outdoor pools - The Retreat Pool (Tower One) and Siddharta Pool (Tower Two) - overlook the iconic urban skyline and glittering marina, offering respite from the city and refreshing drinks.

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