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Holiday Letting Price Information in Dubai
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Dubai. Dubai is more expensive in December (29/12 - 05/01), where prices are on average £191 a night. Prices are more affordable in July (20/07 - 27/07).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Dubai
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Dubai for the next twelve months. It is in August that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (10/08 - 17/08). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in September (29/09 - 06/10).
The weather in Dubai
The above is a climate diagram for Dubai. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 17° in January. The rainiest month is April while the driest month is May.
Discover this gem of the desert with a Dubai holiday letting
There’s nowhere quite like Dubai, a city that combines glamour and outrageous ambition to create one of the world’s most exciting destinations. A thoroughly modern city, Dubai is known for its skyscrapers and the high quality of its amenities and infrastructure. Take in the views from Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world), shop in the Dubai Mall (the largest shopping mall in the world), and enjoy the spectacle of the Dubai Fountain (the largest fountain in the world) all while you stay in your Dubai holiday letting and experience the world’s city of the future.
Getting to Dubai
Dubai’s reputation as one of the fastest growing traveller destinations means it’s easier than ever to reach the city. Dubai International Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports and has links to all corners of the globe. It’s also possible to fly into Abu Dhabi International Airport or Sharjah International Airport and make the short journey to Dubai via public transport or letting car.
Weather in Dubai
When thinking about what to pack during your stay in your Dubai holiday letting , remember: this is a city that was built in the desert. As such, it will at least be sunny and warm during your trip, and in summer it’s likely to be sunny and scorching. Rain generally isn’t an issue, with just a few days of rain during the winter months, so you can leave your umbrella at home but make sure you pack your sun cream and loose clothing - the city receives more than 3,500 hours of sunshine each year!
Dubai’s world famous attractions
Dubai is a city that caters to holidaymakers. Whatever your interests are, you’ll find something exciting here during your stay at one of the many Dubai holiday homes available. Great attractions, shopping, activities, and - yes - even history are all part of the fun during a stay at a Dubai holiday letting .
The premier attraction of the futuristic city is the Burj Khalifa, which is the world’s tallest building. You can spend a lot of time at this building, which also has the Dubai Fountain, the world’s largest fountain, outside, as well as a stunning 10 hectare park which is adjacent to the building. Visit the observation deck (which is the highest such deck in the world despite it being not much more than half-way up the building!) for views that ignite the imagination.
Dubai Mall is home to more than a thousand luxury and designer stores, where you can buy everything you can imagine. The world’s largest shopping mall is about more than just the damage it does to your credit card, however - there’s also plenty of world-class entertainment in the building, including an aquarium, theme park, and ice-rink.
Another famous shopping centre is the Mall of the Emirates, which has more than 600 stores. The unique feature of this shopping centre is Ski Dubai, an indoor ski centre that features five slopes - one of which is rated as a black diamond run.
Many people decide to rent a Dubai holiday home because of how modern the city is, but there’s also plenty of ‘Old Dubai’ attractions to visit too. Visit the Al-Fahidi Fort, which was built in 1787 and now houses the Dubai Museum, which showcases the development of the Emirates over the past few centuries. You can also take a stroll around the old part of the city, Al Bastakiya, which features Arabian architecture from the 19th century.
Dubai’s annual events
Dubai hosts many events throughout the year. At the Dubai Desert Classic, visitors can see the world’s best golfers battle it out on a pristine course, while there’s more than $10 million up for grabs at the Dubai Racing Club World Cup horse race.
The most popular sporting event is probably the Dubai Tennis Championship, an exciting event that draws the best tennis players from around the world.
In February, those with a Dubai holiday letting can experience the smooth jazz of the Dubai International Jazz Festival, which features the best acts you’ve never heard of - as well as many you have.
Food lovers will enjoy the Festival of Taste, where they can sample creations of some of the world’s best chefs, as well as pick up lessons for themselves. It takes place at Dubai Media City between April and May.
Exploring Dubai’s best sights and attractions
Located at the iconic Atlantis, The Palm resort and facing the sea, this enormous water park features thrilling slides, pools, spa treatment rooms and an array of outstanding restaurants.
Burj Al Arab
Amongst the world’s tallest and most recognizable hotels, the Burj Al Arab boasts fine dining restaurants such as Al Muntaha (The Ultimate), offering excellent views of the city.
The Dubai Mall
In a destination famed for its superb shopping, The Dubai Mall stands out. It is not only the city's biggest mall, but also the world's biggest based on total area. Fashion, cosmetics, toys, electronics and more await in its 1,200 outlets.
The world's tallest building, this mighty contruction features restaurants, night clubs and an observation deck at an astounding 555 metres in the sky.
Outside the Burj Khalifa, these mesmerizing fountains feature 6,600 lights, 50 coloured projectors and jets of water that reach 150 metres, set to soothing music.
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