Dubai is a city made up of hotels. They're not quite part of the attraction - like in Las Vegas - but they do make up the backbone of Dubai's iconic skyline. In the vast majority are the 5-star skyscraper hotels with a multitude of bars, restaurants and world-class leisure facilities. Along the Palm Jumeirah are huge beach hotels with stretches of man-made golden sands and golf courses.
At first glance, hotels in Dubai might strike you as an expensive excess, but we're to help you find that bargain deal and the holiday of your dreams. Hotels in Dubai are generally, as a rule, pretty spectacular. Where else can you be looking over the desert from a rooftop infinity pool and then the next moment enjoying some indoor skiing at the Dubai Mall? Dubai is excessive, but that's why we love it.
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The Palm Jumeirah,
The average flight time to Dubai from the UK is 6 hours 55 minutes.
The excess and extravagance of Dubai is enough to keep you busy during your stay there. From sky high skyscrapers to luxury designer malls, you'll feel like you're in a completely different world. There is so much to see here and to do, so a trip to Dubai is well worth the visit.
Fantastic things to do in Dubai include:
Let's face it, Dubai is really hot, that's pretty much the only side of the climate that they have. From November to March though, the weather is slightly cooler, making those months the best time to visit the city. The winter months see Dubai with clear skies and typical beach weather. However, during high season, you can expect plenty of tourists to be around, particularly in tourist hotspots like Jumeirah Beach.
Average high and low temperatures for each month: