Rooms with king and twin beds.
- Free cancellation before 8 August
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Rooms with king and twin beds.
Situated in the centre of Dubai, the City Seasons Hotel Dubai is only 500 metres from the Deira Clocktower and is a 5-minute walk from the Deira City Centre metro station. It features an outdoor pool with sun-lounger terrace and offers air-conditioned guestrooms. It offers 24-hour front desk service and free on-site private parking.
Prices are room based. Breakfast is served at extra charges.
Located near Deira City Centre and Dubai Metro Station.
Deira City Centre, Al Ghurair Shopping Centre, Dubai Creek, Dubai Convention & Exhibition Centre, golf courses and tourist attractions.
15 minutes distance from Dubai International Airport.
In the room…
The hotel has full non-alcoholic Halal Atmosphere with all food within hotel premises being halal:
Prices are for all guests
If cancelled or modified within 7 days before check-in date, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified after 7 days, full price will be charged.
It really is tough to not appreciate Dubai for its unfaltering dynamism, howling enthusiasm and a knack to aspire and realize endeavors that elsewhere would rarely get off the sketchpad. This is an excellence-craving civilization that has produced an island shaped like a palm tree; the tallest building of the world; an enormous indoor ski heaven; the world’s fastest roller coaster and so much more soon to emerge.
Dubai – a city of superlatives – creates an amazing destination that serves a perfect short intermission for leisure, shopping, sunbathing, partying, fine dining, sport events, safaris and even extreme adventures.
Sports and Adventure
It could be inviting to devote your holiday in Dubai slumped on a sun lounger, but this junction of the world is crammed with adrenaline-rushing, high-octane endeavors. There are activities to be ventured outdoors, be it the sand, sea and snow, and all of these thrills are in close proximity of each other. Craving for speed? Try skiing, desert safari, wakeboarding and racing. You name it and Dubai has it!
Afar the city’s architectural hulks are immense desert dunes of diverse colors and contours. The stunt-riders gather at the Big Red, a zone full of sandy mounds, where you can enjoy watching pro 4x4 drivers, quadbikers and sandboarders launching themselves off ridges and peaks. Get hooked with an adventure company and give it a go for yourself.
Snowboarding and Skiing
In the heart of Dubai rests a gigantic refrigerator, enclosing one of the hugest man-made ski slopes on earth. Within Ski Dubai, you will discover 6000 tons of dusty fine snow and a slope 400-metre in length. The lowest temperatures will make you feel as if you are somewhere in wintry Europe rather than a scorching desert.
Bound down 1.6m of falls, hurl yourself through a shark tank at 60mph or position on a trapdoor that unbolts underneath your feet and flings you racing through a double looped flume – this is how a day is like at Atlantis, The Palm. Rides missile out from antique Middle Eastern motived buildings and the sights from the waterpark, above the Palm Jumeirah, tranquil turquoise sea and the city’s skyscrapers beyond, are zilch less than spectacular. Other activities there feature meeting sea lions, whirling with dolphins, and the longest zip-line.
If you’re planning a holiday to Dubai in anticipation of exhilaration and new adventures, then you’re definitely steering to the right destination. From architectural marvels and revolutionary art to nighttime amusement and family ventures, this city has a nearly boundless volume of things to do and see.
Dubai pulls off an array of topnotch festivals and events every year, from Dubai Music Week to the Shopping Festival.
Keep a smile on your little ones’ face and entertain them when you swim with them and the dolphins together, toss and turn on enthralling water park slides and go indoors to relish amusement parks, theme parks, cinemas and bowling alleys.
Also if you’re seeking to experience Dubai on a night in the town, hang out at any of the city’s electrifying and front-line nightspots. The vivacious city never seizes to serve fun-loaded things to do.
Dubai’s cosmopolitan society greets all with a culture that has rich historical foundations fluctuating from Bedouin life with its traditional artistry and virtuosities to antique sites and archaeological discoveries.
The city matured from the area around the Dubai Creek and enhanced as a port on the trade course amid Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley. Scores of prehistoric relics have been unearthed at spots around the emirate and are stored in display in Dubai Museum.
The heredities of modern-day Dubai, nevertheless, can be tracked back to the 1830s. Established by the Al Maktoum empire, an appendage of the Bani Yas tribe, the emirate nurtured from a minor fishing village on the Shindagha peninsula to the contemporary city it is today. Emiratis have deep-rooted connections to the city’s vibrant and rich history that is being conserved and upheld with well-earned pride.