Vertiginous skyscrapers, glossy malls and shimmering urban complexes; Dubai is renowned for its modern masterpieces. But behind the city’s polished exterior, Dubai’s Old Town is bursting with heritage and history. Arranged around the curve of Dubai Creek, this antiquated area features early settlements and wonderfully preserved historical sites. Join us as we visit old-world Arabia…
Excited to announce Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah in Dubai is set to open this September, offering guests the opportunity to create their own tales of Arabian nights.
Exciting news – the Dubai Creek is one of 30 sites nominated for inclusion in the Unesco World Heritage List, which if granted, could be huge boost for the area! Here’s everything you need to know.
The second hotel in Jumeirah’s new ‘Upscale Casual’ collection offers a loft-style vibe on the south banks of Dubai Creek and a rooftop pool, here’s all you need to know…
One of the best things to do in Dubai is to explore the Creek. Dubai’s pearling industry started here and once formed the backbone of the economy. The Creek’s legendary presence is still felt today, read on to find out why.
The Best Places To Visit In Dubai! No other building represents Dubai quite as much as Burj Al Arab Jumeirah an architectural masterpiece. You too can be one of the select few to cross the bridge and step inside this luxurious palace.
Jumeirah Creekside Hotel stands in the beating heart of Dubai – and it has all the ingredients for a wonderful stay, be it a spa weekend, staycation, business trip, stop-over or longer holiday.