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The Complete Guide to Dubai

Home to some of the world’s grandest hotels, high-end shopping malls and Michelin-starred restaurants, Dubai’s unique blend of modernity, luxury and cultural diversity attracts millions of visitors each year to revel in ultimate splendour.

Dubai Skyline

Whether you’re looking to enjoy the glamour of the city with its opulent resorts or ignite your inner explorer on a desert safari, Dubai offers a plethora of one-of-a-kind experiences that you simply won’t forget.


See the City Skyline from the Burj Khalifa


Dubai is famous for its impressive skyline filled with towering skyscrapers and architectural marvels. The most prominent landmark and one of the best spots to view Dubai’s incredible skyline is the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, which stands at a jaw-dropping height of 828 metres!

Dubai Skyline

Experience Luxury Living at the Burj Al Arab


Often described as the world's only seven-star hotel, you’re guaranteed to experience top-tier Arabian luxury whilst staying at The Burj Al Arab. Easily one of the city’s most beloved building, the iconic hotel is home to 202 decadent suites, each with their own private butler. Offering incomparable hospitality, sumptuous dining, and impeccable service, the Burj Al Arab promises a Dubai stay like no other.

Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Embark on a Thrilling Desert Safari


For those looking for something unique, head for the dunes and explore the captivating beauty of the unparalleled Arabian Desert. Embark on an exhilarating ride over the picturesque sand dunes in a 4x4, sleep under the stars in a Bedouin camp and ride camels whilst taking in the stunning surroundings on a memorable safari.


Indulge in Fine Dining


Dubai is famed for its vibrant culinary scene, offering a diverse array of restaurants, many of which are led by renowned chefs and offer exquisite dining experiences. From Pierchic, one of Dubai's most unique culinary hotspots to Michelin-starred restaurant, Trèsind Studio, Dubai’s fine dining landscape won’t disappoint.



Explore Dubai’s Sunken City


Plunge into the world's deepest swimming pool and explore the vast underwater city at Deep Dive Dubai. With a remarkable depth of 60 metres, the pool features an abandoned urban cityscape, filled with impressive dystopian sights, such as an abandoned apartment and arcade games. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, this is the spot for you!

Deep Dive Dubai

Private Flights to Dubai


Attracting top executives and celebrities from around the globe, Dubai has become a major hub for private jet travel, and for good reason. Private jets not only provide a high level of privacy and luxury, but they also offer greater flexibility in terms of scheduling and route selection.

Dassault Falcon 7X


What are the closest airports to Dubai by private jet?


Dubai International Airport is the primary international airport in Dubai and is located in the Al Garhoud district, approximately 3 miles east of Dubai’s city centre. Alternatively, Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, is another major airport in Dubai and is located in Jebel Ali, approximately 23 miles southwest of Dubai’s city centre.

FBO lounge

ExecuJet Al Maktoum International FBO (OMDW/DWC)

Both airports offer several exclusive VIP lounges where you’ll find all the services and amenities you need for a relaxing and successful trip. Our team are happy to arrange everything from in-flight catering to ground transportation.

Jetex Al Maktoum International FBO (OMDW/DWC)

 

Ready to Start Planning your trip?


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