Welcome to Dubai City Center Hotels! Our goal is to provide the best options for your hotel stay in the beautiful areas of Dubai, UAE! Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we strive to provide exceptional service from the start of our secure online reservation system to the last night of your hotel stay! Our top-rated hotels ensure a comfortable atmosphere, and are often located near popular attractions, shopping centers, and local night-life activities! Whatever your visit to Dubai entails, we're sure you'll find our informative Dubai Guide and hotel booking options useful!
Jumeirah Beach Road
1 Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, 30430 AE
Khalid Bin Walid Rd
17139 Dubai, AE
|Hilton Dubai Resort|
|Towers Rotana Dubai|
|Royal Ascot Hotel|
|Smana Hotel Al Ripa|
|Fortune Boutique Hotel|
|Landmark Hotel Deira|
|Grand Hyatt Duabai|
|Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort|
|Jumeirah Beach Hotel|
|Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort|
|Habtoor Grand Resort And Spa|
|Arabian Park Hotel|
|Le Meridien Dar Al Sondos Hotel|
|Al Bustan Residence Hotel|
|Kempinski Mall of the Emirates|
|Flora Grand Hotel|
|Grand Midwest Hotel Apartment|
|Richmond Hotel Apartments|
A sub-tropical climate, non-stop sunshine and ample blue skies draw tourists from around the world to Dubai, AE. One of the seven United Arab Emirates, Dubai sits beside the Persian Gulf in northern Africa. A highly westernized nation, its vast oil reserves make Dubai one of the richest countries in the world. A vast majority of the country's residents do not work, but collect money from oil profits.
Once a quaint fishing village where pearl diving was dominate, in 1966 oil was discovered in Dubai. The black gold made the region's population swell from around 6,000 to over 1.3 million.
Dubai's opulence and sparkling architecture makes it stand out against the desert's backdrop. Tourists will find swaying palm trees, soft sand beaches and crystal blue ocean waters. Dubai has gained a reputation as a favorite playground for the world's rich and famous. Tourists enjoy world-class golf, tennis, horse racing, camel racing, rugby, boating and sailing. Few visit Dubai without touring the world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa. The modern tower has 160 floors and stands 800 meters tall. Tourists often find it hard to believe that they can snow ski in a desert country, but the Mall of Emirates boasts a vast indoor snow skiing complex.
Despite Dubai's over-the-top glitz, it also has another side that tourists often don't see. Predominately Muslim, visitors to Heritage Village during Ramadan will view locals indulging in festive songs, dance and Islamic traditions that date back thousands of years. As a show of respect to the locals, visitors are advised to cover their shoulders.
As tourism to Dubai grows, offshore islands are being constructed to meet the needs of the burgeoning area. An area of 300 artificial islands has been constructed off Dubai's shore. The large, man-made islands are visible from space.