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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Average Daily Rates
Studio Available upon request  
1 Bedroom rates from £102.97/night
2 Bedroom rates from £132.97/night
3 Bedroom Available upon request  
4 Bedroom Available upon request  
5 Bedroom Available upon request  
 * Rates exclusive of taxes/VAT.
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6 Properties in this area
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1 Bur Juman Arjaan Apartments 2 Chelsea Tower Hotel Apartments 3 Arjaan Rotana Apartments 4 The Place Tower 5 Frasers Suites 6 ZiQoo Apartments
Bur Juman Arjaan Apartments Chelsea Tower Hotel Apartments Arjaan Rotana Apartments The Place Tower Frasers Suites ZiQoo Apartments
1 BR rates from £102.97/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £132.97/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £102.97/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £132.97/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £102.97/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £132.97/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £102.97/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £132.97/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £102.97/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £132.97/night(GBP)
1 BR rates from £102.97/night(GBP)
2 BR rates from £132.97/night(GBP)

About the area:

A trip to Dubai transports you on a journey through time.

Modern Dubai traces its origins to the 1830’s. At that time, the small fishing village on the Shindagha peninsula at the mouth of the Creek was settled by a branch of the Bani Yas tribe, originally from the Liwa oasis to the south, led by the Maktoum family who still rule the emirates today.

By the late 1870’s, Dubai was often referred to as the principal port on the Gulf coast and, by the turn of the century, was reputed to have had the largest souks in Arabia.

Pearling which was the mainstay of the city’s prosperity for many years, succumbed to the development of the cultured pearl in the 1940’s. But Dubai’s enterprising merchants bounced back, developing a thriving trade in gold and other commodities. Much of this history is carefully preserved in myriad forts, mosques, palaces and other historic monu-ments, which are on the itineraries of many organized tours.