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Visiting Dubai: Where to Stay and How to Get There

Visiting Dubai: Where to Stay and How to Get There | The Early Air Way

Dubai is like no other city in the Middle East with many options for travelers. This guide will help you choose the best lodging and transportation for your needs.

Located in the Middle East, Dubai sits on the sandy coast of the Arabian Gulf. This urban paradise is emerging as one of the most fashionable travel destinations in the world. Only recently have vacationers discovered the lure of this desert oasis. Dubai began as a small fishing village, but over the years, has become known for hot nightlife, trendy restaurants and amazing attractions, such as its impressive man-made islands. Dubai offers travelers its share of natural wonders too, including gorgeous beaches, plenty of sunshine year-round and dramatic landscapes.

Dubai is a multi-cultural international city, welcoming travelers from all over the world. There are over 500 hotels in Dubai and hundreds of inns and vacation rentals. For this reason, it can be difficult to choose a place to stay. If you are considering a trip to this spectacular destination, this travel guide will provide you with the information that you need to have a once-in-a-lifetime vacation.


Where to Stay

Travelers have a range of choices when it comes to lodging in Dubai. For those wanting luxury accommodations, Dubai delivers with resorts that offer champagne baths and Rolls Royce limousines. If you are on a budget, there are options for you too, including hostels, bed and breakfasts and charming boutique hotels. Here are some of our favorite hotels in Dubai.


The Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf is an exquisite 5-star boutique resort featuring luxurious rooms designed to like Arabian summer houses. This resort provides true luxury. It has an intimate vibe and is accessible by water taxi. Rooms start at $440 plus per night.



Many travelers mix pleasure and business on their trip to Dubai, staying a couple of days before or after a convention or meeting to enjoy the city. Time Grand Plaza Hotel, named a Travelers Choice hotel by Tripadvisor, is a great business hotel that offers plenty of amenities too, such as a fitness center, rooftop pool, poolside lounge and several onsite restaurants. In addition, the hotel is conveniently located close to the airport making it easily accessible.



Flora Square Hotel Dubai is a charming, yet cost-efficient hotel located in the heart of Dubai. It is a solid choice for visitors that want to stick to a budget. Offering soundproofed rooms, lots of recreational offerings and more, frugal travelers will get their money’s worth here. Starting at $60 a night, rooms at Flora Square Hotel are a steal.


Getting There

The Dubai International Airport is huge. Due to the volume of traffic and size of the airport, it is a good idea to fly into Dubai via private jet. Private jet companies often offer unused seats to Dubai on their charter flights at a significant discount. In fact, private flights are often even less than commercial flights. It is often impossible to relax on a commercial flight due to other passengers on the flight. On a flight to Japan, a man was arrested after he was told that he could not do Yoga in the back of the plane. He was asked to return to his seat by flight attendants. He responded by trying to bite and head-butt other passengers who were trying to help. Being on a flight like this is no way to start off a vacation. A private jet, on the other hand, offers a quiet environment that is perfect for relaxation. This is also a plus for business travelers who may want to get caught up on work on their flight. For these reasons, a private charter flight is the way to go when traveling to Dubai.


Dubai is the ultimate playground, offering travelers lots of choices. Use our tips above to help you find the best lodging and transportation options for your next trip to this one-of-a-kind city.


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