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Dubai- Definitely Dubai

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Dubai- Definitely Dubai

Dubai is essentially a desert city well with superb infrastructure, liberal policies that became popular for its excellent tourist amenities.

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A glittering, man-made metropolis on the edge of a desert; a luxury Dubai holiday with Kuoni is experiencing the glamour of Arabia

Experience the opulence of Arabia with a luxurious Dubai getaway from Kuoni. Discover a dazzling, urban oasis nestled on the desert's edge, where luxury meets sophistication.


Enter the chic, air-conditioned lobby of a hotel adorned with extravagant chandeliers overhead, surrounded by a lineup of Ferraris and Lamborghinis outside. Just a stone's throw away, marvel at the world's tallest building and the most luxurious hotel.

Welcome to Dubai – the Arabian city of superlatives where extravagance is the standard. Every corner of this ambitious city is designed to be lavish and headline-worthy. Few places offer the opportunity to enjoy tea in a desert tent, dine in Michelin-starred restaurants adorned with gold, and shop for cutting-edge fashion in futuristic shopping centers all in one day. Dubai epitomizes luxury holidays, offering a choice between grand resorts on exclusive manmade islands like Palm Jumeirah or city hotels boasting views of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower.

While it may appear that authenticity is scarce in a city constantly pushing boundaries, there are experiences that provide a glimpse of the timeless Arabia. Magnificent mosques and aromatic spice-filled souks coexist with the shimmering skyscrapers, allowing you to leisurely browse the opulent jewelry on offer at the Gold Souk (where haggling is customary) or venture into the desert just beyond the city to sip tea in a Bedouin tent and traverse sun-kissed dunes in a 4x4.

Our team of Personal Travel Experts has firsthand experience in Dubai and can offer valuable insider insights. Connect with one of our Dubai specialists today to tailor your perfect Dubai getaway.

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Dubai has a desert climate with average temperatures of around never goes to below 25c and never above 40c during summer months. The most pleasant time to visit Dubai is usually between November and March when days are warm and nights cool down a little, while the summer months can be sweltering with intense humidity and temperatures frequently rising to over 40°C.

Dubai's most extravagant hotels not only rank as the finest in the country but also establish a global standard for luxury hospitality with their extravagant interiors and exceptional offerings. The pinnacle of luxury accommodations boast breathtaking views, a selection of Michelin-starred dining options, and the added allure of access to sister properties with even more amenities. Our Kuoni Collection showcases the epitome of luxury holiday stays in Dubai, featuring iconic properties like the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the iconic sail-shaped hotel perched on its private stretch of sand. While Dubai is renowned for its grandeur, there are also hotels that offer both grandiosity and intimacy, such as One&Only The Palm Dubai, recognized as Dubai's most luxurious hotel in TripAdvisor's Travellers' Choice Awards.

Dubai Beaches

Dubai's beaches are tailor-made for those seeking pure pleasure. At Kite Beach, immerse yourself in the vibrant spectacle of colourful kites dancing in the sky while trying your hand at windsurfing in the inviting waters. Capture Instagram-worthy shots of the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah against the backdrop of Sunset Beach's serene ambiance. For a trendy hangout spot, head to The Beach at JBR, boasting a well-maintained beach, renowned eateries, and luxury cars lining the streets, including names like McLaren and Maserati. Adjacent to The Walk, indulge in shopping or treat yourself to a refreshing gelato.

Jumeirah Beach offers a simpler beach experience, perfect for travellers seeking relaxation over bustling activities, although it can get quite crowded during peak seasons. Many of Dubai's beachfront hotels line Jumeirah Beach, including iconic landmarks like the wave-shaped Jumeirah Beach Hotel and the world-renowned Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. Luxurious resorts like Jumeirah Al Naseem, offering unlimited access to the Wild Wadi Waterpark™, and the opulent The Palace at One&Only Mirage, provide a lavish retreat for guests.

Alternatively, bask in the sun on the sandy fronds of the man-made Palm Jumeirah island, resembling a palm tree.

Each frond is adorned with private beaches exclusively for guests of luxury hotels and resorts. Palm Jumeirah boasts fantastic beachfront accommodations, including the family-friendly Atlantis, The Palm, featuring the thrilling Aquaventure Waterpark with unlimited access for hotel guests.

Dubai, situated on the northeast coast of the United Arab Emirates and bordered by the Arabian Gulf, lies approximately an hour and a half's drive northeast of the capital, Abu Dhabi. Boasting excellent connections from its international airport, Dubai serves as a convenient stopover choice for travellers en route to long-haul destinations from the UK.


Shopping enthusiasts flock to Dubai for its renowned shopping scene, where there's currently no tax on purchases. Whether hunting for deals on designer goods or simply marveling at the grandeur of vast air-conditioned malls, visitors are spoiled for choice. The iconic Dubai Mall, the world's largest, houses over 1000 stores, a virtual reality theme park, and an Olympic-sized ice rink. Bargain hunters can seek out value in local fabrics and gold at dedicated gold souks, ensuring authenticity by patronizing reputable stores. For a taste of traditional souk ambiance, Souk Madinat Jumeirah, part of the Madinat Jumeirah Resort, offers a meticulously crafted replica surrounded by waterways.

Food & drink

Dubai's culinary landscape offers a diverse array of international options, from central shopping areas to hotels and resorts. While dining out tends to be pricier than in the UK, with a pint of beer costing approximately £6 and a dinner for two with wine ranging from £25 to £60 in a mid-range restaurant, fast-food outlets provide quick and reasonably priced options. Food enthusiasts can explore a plethora of dining experiences, from classic Italian fare with wood-fired pizzas to celebrity-endorsed sushi joints and upscale venues serving decadent seafood under chandelier-strewn ceilings. While authentic Emirati cuisine may be less common, restaurants offering Arabic dishes like mandi (spiced meat and rice) and grilled meat and fish accompanied by chickpeas, tahini, flatbreads, and salad cater to those seeking local flavors. For a quintessential local experience, savor sweet dates and Arabic coffee at a cozy café, a favored gathering spot for locals catching up with friends. Indulge your sweet tooth with umm ali, a beloved Egyptian bread pudding popular across Arabic countries.

Getting around

Navigating Dubai is effortless with taxis, offering a convenient and economical mode of transportation. Easily identifiable and metered, taxis can be hailed in public areas with ease. Alternatively, the ultra-modern Dubai Metro provides additional transportation options, with stops conveniently located at key destinations including Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, Deira, Dubai Marina, and Dubai Airport.


The Complete Dubai Tour Planned by Experts

  • An easily combinable stopover for a taste of Arabian luxury
  • Shopping for designer brands in the swanky Dubai Mall and haggling for keepsakes in souks
  • Great for families of all ages with beaches and theme parks all in one place
  • Great for families of all ages with beaches and theme parks all in one place
  • Dune bashing, desert safaris and Bedouin camps in the desert.

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Explore Dubai's captivating multi-center experiences!

Dubai stands as one of the world's most exhilarating destinations, boasting a vibrant cityscape filled with fun, sunshine, and endless shopping opportunities. Just a stone's throw away lies Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), the UAE's northernmost emirate, offering breathtaking views of the majestic Hajar Mountains and easy access to Oman's Musandam Peninsula.

Partnering with the multi-award-winning Emirates, we offer exceptional Dubai multi-center holidays with regional departures across the UK and flights to numerous destinations worldwide. Select from our curated collection of featured hotels, many of which offer exclusive offers for Kuoni customers. Contact us at 02085708283 or visit our store to consult with one of our Personal Travel Experts and craft your bespoke holiday experience with

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Desert Safari & Barbecue

Embark on an exhilarating half-day 4x4 desert safari adventure, traversing the highest dunes for an awe-inspiring sunset photo opportunity. Next, immerse yourself in the ambiance of a Bedouin campsite nestled in the desert, where you can marvel at intricate henna designs while enjoying a refreshing beverage. Conclude the evening with captivating belly dancing performances and indulge in a delectable barbecue buffet feast.

Duration: Half day (daily departures). Also available from other Emirates.

Price: Starting from £70 per person for Abu Dhabi group tours; from £65 per person for Dubai group tours.

Included: Dinner and transfers.

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Health & Fitness: Not recommended for individuals with heart, neck, or back problems.

Dubai City Tour

Embark on a captivating Dubai City Tour, exploring both the historic and modern facets of this dynamic metropolis. From bustling produce markets and the renowned Dubai Gold Souk to traditional wind towers and the ancient Fahidi Fort, delve into the city's rich heritage. Witness the striking contrast as you marvel at the contemporary skyscrapers juxtaposed with the exquisite beauty of the Jumeirah Mosque, an architectural masterpiece.

Duration: Half day

Price: Starting from £37 per person for group tours.

Included: Transfers.

Excluded: All meals and beverages.

Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi

Immerse yourself in the thrilling world of Ferrari at Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi's premier theme park. Situated adjacent to the iconic Yas Marina F1 circuit, Ferrari World boasts an array of exhilarating roller coasters, exhibits, and attractions centred around the renowned 'Prancing Horse' brand of Ferrari. Whether you're a devoted Ferrari enthusiast, an adrenaline-seeking coaster aficionado, or a young Scuderia aspirant, this park offers something for everyone.

Duration: Full day (daily departures)

Price: Group ticket prices start from £68 per person for bronze tickets.

Included: Bronze ticket general admission.

Excluded: All meals and beverages.

Modern Dubai with Burj Khalifa Experience

Explore the captivating contrasts of modern Dubai, where traditional souks harmonize with futuristic skyscrapers. Begin your journey at Dubai Marina, offering stunning vistas of the iconic manmade island, 'The Palm Jumeirah.' Then, ascend to the 124th floor of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, for breathtaking 360˚ views of the city, desert, and ocean.

Duration: 0900-1500 (Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday departures).

Price: Starting from £102 per person for group tours.

Included: Transfers.

Excluded: Meals and beverages.


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Arabic is the official language, with English widely spoken and understood.

Passport and Visas:

• Ensure your passport is valid for at least 10 years.
• British and Irish passport holders do not require a visa.

Events & Festivals:

Dubai Shopping Festival: Enjoy discounted shopping, fashion shows, film festivals, and grand prize draws.

Dubai Jazz Festival: Experience the captivating sounds of jazz artists and bands from around the globe.
Dubai Tennis Championships: Witness top players compete in this prestigious $1 million tournament.

Dubai World Cup: Witness the world's richest horse race meeting featuring thoroughbred competitions.
Desert Rock Festival: Rock enthusiasts gather at Dubai Festival City for a musical extravaganza with local and international artists.

Vertical Marathon: Support runners as they race up the 52-floor Jumeirah Emirates Towers, with proceeds benefiting charity.

Dubai Dance Festival: Enjoy student and professional dance performances, workshops, and lively parties.

Ramadan: During this holy month, expect restrictions on alcohol consumption, restaurant operations, and entertainment.

Dubai International Film Festival: Explore feature films, short films, and documentaries from around the world.

Good to know:

• A tourist tax is applicable to all hotels in Dubai and is payable locally.


Expect a service charge of 15-18% added to most bills.


Climate & Weather

  Day time maximum temperature Night time minimum temperature Average water temperature Average rainfall Average amount of sun hours
January 22°C 14°C 24°C 11mm 8h
February 24°C 15°C 22°C 36mm 9h
March 26°C 17°C 25°C 22mm 8h
April 31°C 20°C 27°C 8mm 8h
May 36°C 24°C 31°C 1mm 9h
June 38°C 26°C 31°C 0mm 10h
July 39°C 29°C 32°C 0mm 10h
August 40°C 30°C 32°C 0mm 10h
September 37°C 27°C 33°C 0mm 10h
October 33°C 23°C 31°C 0mm 9h
November 30°C 19°C 29°C 2mm 8h
December 25°C 16°C 26°C 14mm 8h

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