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Dubai Holidays

When you begin your Dubai holiday, you’ll be stunned to learn that only three decades ago this showroom of superstar architecture was a humble fishing village. Today, wherever you care to look you’ll encounter a city brimming with architectural masterpieces record-breaking buildings and a world-leading arts scene. 

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Atlantis, The Palm

Atlantis, The Palm

Featuring a private beach, the spectacular Aquaventure Waterpark and The Lost Chambers Aquarium among a host of other facilities, this iconic resort offers elegance and adventure in one luxury package.

  • Dolphin Interaction
  • 17 Restaurants & Bars
  • Aquarium
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Jumeirah Zabeel Saray

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray

This deluxe resort is inspired by the palaces of the Ottoman era. As well as beautifully decorated rooms and exclusive suites, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray features one of the largest spas in the Middle East.

  • Free Wild Wadi Pass
  • Largest Spa in Dubai
  • Kids Stay Free HB
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Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah

All the glitz and glamour of the original Waldorf Hotel in New York, bathed in sunshine on the shores of the glistening Gulf of Arabia. An unforgettable Dubai holiday experience awaits.

  • Private Beach
  • Luxury Hotel
  • On The Palm
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Luxury Holidays in Dubai

Your Dubai holiday will be one of utter refinement and elegance. Let the most exclusive resorts of the UAE cater to your every whim. With world-class restaurants, bars and cafés, you could be exploring the old town by day and dining in some of the most sophisticated establishments in the Middle East by night. Imagine dining in the clouds, with the grand metropolis below, as you prepare for high tea in the world's tallest building.

Please note: The Dubai authorities have levied a Tourism Dirham Tax for all guests. The Fee will be levied per occupied room night and will be stated as a separate line item on the hotel's bill, as presented at the end of the stay. Unfortunately we are not able to add the tax to your invoice, this can only be paid locally. The amount to be levied will be 20 AED for five star properties which at the moment translates to approximately £3.50 per room per night, and 15 AED for four star properties - about £2.50. This fee does not apply to hotels in Fujairah or Ras Al Khaimah.

See the new HD video from Tourism Dubai here.

10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Dubai

  • Great for families, couples and single travellers
  • Some of the world’s most exclusive luxury hotels
  • Amazing water parks and water sports activities
  • Exciting excursions like desert safari
  • Excellent golf courses
  • Fascinating cultural heritage
  • Historic markets
  • World's largest shopping mall
  • World-class restaurants
  • Vibrant nightlife

Things to Do in Dubai

In a city that abounds with modern architectural structures, try not to miss out on Old Dubai for a tanalising glimpse into the past. Built at the beginning of the twentieth-century, pay a visit to the Al Ahmadiya School in Deira where you’ll witness the city’s first ever school. With a deep and fascinating social history, make your way into the Dubai Museum to learn more about the emirate. In one of the last standing areas of a bygone time – the Bastakiya District – you’ll encounter a host of reconstructed traditional style buildings exuding a sense of Middle Eastern history. But you can’t leave this wonderful location without first discovering the Jumeirah Mosque on Jumeirah Road. Be stunned by the aesthetic beauty of modern Arabia.

Ramadan in Dubai

The vast majority of local people in Dubai are Muslim, so Ramadan is the most prominent event in the emirate. Ramadan’s timing is lunar and therefore not fixed in terms of the western calendar. Ramadan is the month of fasting when Muslims abstain from all food, drinks and smoking from dawn to dusk. As a sign of respect, visitors are also requested to refrain from consuming these items in public places during the daylight hours of this month.

However, if you are a non-fasting visitor to Dubai, your international hotel or resort will provide you with food and beverage outlets during the day. Most activities run as normal during Ramadan, so you can visit golf clubs, sports centres, shopping malls and spas. Just make sure you check opening hours before you visit them, as they may vary during the Holy Month.

Interesting Facts About Dubai

  • Area – 4,114 sq. kilometres
  • Population – 2,262,000
  • Currency – Arab Emirate Dirham (AED)


Located on the Gulf of Oman and bordered by desert, the weather in Dubai can get extremely hot. From the end of September to the start of May, you’ll encounter a much cooler tempered climate (though still considerably hot!). Meanwhile, nights will bring a drastic drop in temperature. Make sure you bring some suitably cool clothing, as the months between May and September will bring about an intense heat with temperatures reaching highs of 54 degrees centigrade. Unfortunately, such extraordinary highs can prevent many outdoor activities during summer days. However, in Dubai they’ve thought of everything, and you definitely won’t be scratching your head for things to do.

Dubai Holidays 2017

For luxury holidays to Dubai, let Kenwood Travel offer you a bespoke package. Avoid disappointment and book early to secure a holiday for 2017. We also cater for last minute holidays to Dubai. We've been leaders in the UK travel industry since 1977, so let us build you the Dubai holiday of a lifetime. 

Please note: Dining restrictions may apply for all hotels in Dubai when complimentary meal plan upgrades are on offer.

Please note: Wild Wadi Waterpark will be conducting essential yearly maintenance from 14 January 2017 - 9 February 2017. During this period Wild Wadi Waterpark will experience full closure and will re-open to the public on 10th February 2017.

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