Dubai Honeymoon

January 13, 2014 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

blog picIndulge yourself; enjoy a honeymoon in Dubai one of the world’s most luxurious travel destinations. Dubai, a large city located along the Persian Gulf in the United Arab Emirates offers newlyweds an exciting experience. One of the main appeals of Dubai is the variety of exceptional large scale architectural elements and the high number of extravagant waterfront resorts offering newlyweds everything they need for fun in the sun and water. Read on to learn more about Dubai honeymoons.

About

Dubai is an ever-changing fast-paced metropolitan city that seeks to make a statement in the global economy. The official language of Dubai is Arabic with English as second in popularity. The currency of Dubai is the dirham and the culture is Islamic. In 2014, a tourist visa is not required for citizens of the United States and 32 other countries.

Getting to Dubai

The main airport is the Dubai International Airport featuring three terminals, restaurants, duty-free shops, monetary exchange services, rental car agencies, taxis, lounges, hotels and information services. Upon arrival, international visitors are required to pass through immigration to be cleared and all baggage checked.

Best Time to Go

Dubai is a sub-tropical desert country known for being very hot and humid during the summer. High season occurs late October through May with December and January as the busiest of the months. Temperatures often exceed 100 degrees from April to mid-October.

Places to Stay

Expect to spend an exorbitant amount of money on your resort or hotel stay. The most romantic hotels and resorts in Dubai include the Burj Al Arab, the One and Only Mirage Palace, Al Qasr at Madinet Jumeirah, Al Maha Desert Resort and Spa and the Jebe Ali Hotel. In Dubai, you may anticipate on receiving the finest in world-class accommodations featuring over-the-top extravagances such as private chauffer driven Rolls Royce and 24-carat gold iPad.

Cuisine

Dubai offers newlyweds a cosmopolitan selection of over 5,000 restaurants from which to choose for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For a romantic meal, try the Armani/Amal, a Travel’s Choice 2013 Indian restaurant winner or the intimate ambiance of Reflets by Pierre Gagnaire offering fine French cuisine.

Things to See

Sightseeing abounds in Dubai, where the motto might very well be bigger is better. Take the time to view an evening light performance at the Dubai Fountains, one of the best on the planet. Tour the sail-like tower of the Burj Al Arab, explore the Bedouin deserts, visit the expansive Dubai Mall, experience the man-made Palm Islands, ride one of the fastest elevators inside the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa.

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