Located south of Ras al-Khaimah, the coastal town of Al Hamra offers a unique mix of beautiful beaches, rugged mountains and historic sights. Whether you're sunbathing on a sandy shore, exploring the eerie ghost town or visiting Dubai for the day, there's plenty to see and do.
As one of Dubai's newest districts, Business Bay holidays immerse you in a shimmering realm of endless sunshine beating down on tall skyscrapers. From world class events and shopping festivals to city tours, this is one part of town where the entertainment never stops.
Located in the vibrant city of Dubai, Deira offers a taste of traditional Arabic culture in the midst of a modern cosmopolis. Holidays to this lively district can be spent haggling at the local souks, people-watching from streetside cafés and cruising along the Dubai Creek in a wooden dhow boat.
More than just the lap of luxury, Dubai Marina is a playground rich in fantastic sea views, classy boat cruises and shimmering nightlife amid stunning skyscrapers. Beach days, fine dining and unstoppable shopping round off an incredible package.
With the beach on one side, the glistening skyscrapers of downtown Dubai on the other, and a whole range of shopping and dining in between, Jumeirah is the heart of the Persian Gulf.
Jumeirah Beach Residence
Jumeirah Beach Residence Dubai is where the beach meets the city, and where glamour and relaxation exist peacefully alongside each other. Here you can enjoy the hundreds of restaurants and upmarket shops the district has to offer, as well as sunning yourself on one of the most popular beaches in Dubai.
Jumeirah Lakes Towers
One of the newer parts of Dubai, Jumeirah Lakes Towers has a young feel, complete with art installations, flea markets, a sprawling park and hundreds of restaurants. You're also close to Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach.
One of the top holiday destinations in the United Arab Emirates, Al Marjan Island Dubai is made up of four picturesque islands jutting out into the Arabian Gulf. Set against the backdrop of the Hajar Mountains, this man-made archipelago is home to a selection of luxurious hotels, pristine beaches and an upmarket dining scene.
Dubai's Palm Jumeirah is the world's first and largest man-made archipelago. Shaped like a palm tree inside a circle, the trunk and 17 palm fronds form upmarket islands connected by a monorail. Stay at the villas on the fronds or explore the trunk's malls, restaurants and hotels.
Trade Centre District
Foodies and night owls relish holidays to Dubai's Trade Centre District, as much as lovers of modern architecture. Right in the centre of Dubai, it has the old quarter at one end and Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain at the other.