Hotels in Dubai


From mega-posh architectural wonders to resorts autonomous enough to be small cities, the best hotels in Dubai can validate even the most extravagant... Read More

From mega-posh architectural wonders to resorts autonomous enough to be small cities, the best hotels in Dubai can validate even the most extravagant champagne dreams. With a diverse range of styles and price ranges, you can match your mood to your resort, whether it’s seaside relaxation or a fortress in the desert.

If you’re wondering where to stay in Dubai, know that some of the world's most innovative and luxurious hotels can be found here. The most extravagant line Jumeirah Beach along the Gulf, and those on Sheikh Zayed Road come in close second. Homier accommodations are in the Old Town of Deira and Bur Dubai. A trip to Dubai isn't complete without a visit to the only seven-star hotel in the world, the Burj Al Arab. This sail-shaped hotel rises 1,053 feet from a manmade island. All of the 202 suites are bi-level with glass windows, and there's butler service on every floor. Those here on business will appreciate the private bars and office spaces.

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  • Al Maha Resort

    The luxury Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa is designed in the style of a Bedouin encampment. Each of the hotel's 42 spacious suites resemble tents, and... Read More

  • Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa

    Offering the only over water villas in the Middle East, this 293-room Thai-inspired oasis is located on the eastern crescent of Dubai's iconic Palm... Read More

  • Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island

    It's fair to say that man-made islands are trendy in the United Arab Emirates (we're looking at you, Palm Jumeirah). For those travelers in search of a... Read More

  • Armani Hotel Dubai

    Dreamt up by none other than fashion mastermind Giorgio Armani himself, the Armani Hotel occupies ten floors of the world's tallest building and Dubai's... Read More

  • Atlantis The Palm

    Atlantis is more than just a hotel, it's an aquatic extravaganza. We'll let the numbers do the talking. This $1.5 billion dollar mega-resort is over 4.9... Read More

  • Bab Al Shams

    Meaning gateway to the sun, Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is located in the desert outside of the city. The low-rise hotel is only two stories... Read More

  • Burj Al Arab

    In a city full of opulent hotels, the Burj al Arab is like no other. Located on its own private artificial island, the Burj is constructed like the sail... Read More

  • Dar Al Masyaf

    Some of the most exclusive accommodations at the Madinat Jumeirah Resort, Dar Al Masyaf is composed of 29 two-story summer houses containing a total of... Read More

  • Emirates Palace

    The glistening cherry on the regional luxury hotel chain cake is the one, the only, Emirates Palace. Located along the corniche in Abu Dhabi, this... Read More

  • Grand Hyatt Dubai

    Overlooking Dubai Creek in the Bur Dubai district, the Grand Hyatt has 674 guest rooms and suites with city views, as well as luxury apartments.... Read More

  • Grosvenor House

    A modern hotel in the heart of the buzzing Marina neighborhood, Grosvenor House continues to be the destination of choice for well-heeled residents and... Read More

  • Jumeirah Zabeel Saray

    Demure the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray is not. The 405-room hotel, which was built to look like a lavish late 19th-century Ottoman palace, sits in all of its... Read More

  • Manzil Hotel

    This boutique hotel—the sister property of the Vida Hotel—radiates a modern, Arabic-inspired ambiance. The Courtyard Cafe is a particularly notable... Read More

  • Media One Hotel

    In the heart of Dubai's Media City district is the hyper-stylized Media One Hotel, a sleek, Miami-esque lodging that takes the message "we're trendy" to... Read More

  • Mina A'Salam

    Mina A'Salam is reminiscent of Old Arabia, with its waterfront location and historically inspired wind towers. The hotel, part of the Madinat Jumeirah... Read More

  • One&Only Royal Mirage

    A kind of über-Arabian fantasia built in the style of an ancient palace and fortress, the Royal Mirage occupies prime Dubai real estate. The compound of... Read More

  • One&Only The Palm

    You could be anywhere in the world of luxury island resorts, but in fact this modern Arabian fantasy is located at one end of the crescent that tops the... Read More

  • Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara

    The company known for stocking Thai jungle lodges with fine wines and fitting Maldivian overwater bungalows with Egyptian cotton sheets has set its... Read More

  • Raffles Dubai

    Raffles is what first-time-to-Dubai tourist's dreams are made of. One can't help but marvel at the glistening golden glass pyramid, which houses the... Read More

  • St. Regis Saadiyat Island

    The cream-colored beachfront retreat, which overlooks Saadiyat Beach, a pristine six-mile stretch of coastline great for splashing and dolphin-spotting,... Read More

  • The Four Seasons

    Relatively new on the Dubai hotel scene is the addition of the Four Seasons, which opened its doors December 2014 in the otherwise predominantly... Read More

  • The Palace Downtown Dubai

    From the razzle-dazzle entrance lined with towering palm trees to the pretty petal-filled pool in the lobby, The Palace hotel has no shortage of Arabian... Read More

  • Vida Hotel

    To say there's a handful of boutique hotels in Dubai is generous, so when Vida Hotel burst onto the scene in all of its design-savvy, high-end-meets... Read More

  • Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah

    Since 1893, the Waldorf Astoria chain has been synonymous with elegant, civilized luxury. Their palatial Dubai property nestled on Dubai's Palm Jumeirah... Read More

  • XVA Hotel

    Owned and operated by the XVA Gallery, the XVA Hotel is located in the Bastakiya district, one of Dubai's oldest and most historical neighborhoods. The... Read More

  • Zaya Nurai Island

    Head about ten minutes off the coast of Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat Island, and you'll have to blink twice to believe that you haven't accidentally taken a... Read More

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