Travel Season: Dubai Trends
Where to stay: A luxurious display of Arabic interior design and luxury, the Burj Al Arab Hotel is the world’s first 7-star hotel and is placed on its own private island. The décor is mostly in gold and shades of red, with large chandeliers, marble walls and flooring, and velvet pieces. If you like the Arabian style, this is the perfect hotel to experience it first-hand.
Where to Eat: Pierchic is known as one of the most romantic restaurants in this city. Placed over the water and with views of the Arabian Gulf and the coastline, the island of Palm Jumeirah and Burj Al Arab, this restaurant will provide you with an unforgettable experience. The furniture includes a Swarovski crystal lighting fixture above the bar and wooden tables and chairs for guests to sit and enjoy their meal of fresh fish, oysters, lobster and more.
What to see: Experience the natural beauty of the desert surrounding Dubai with a safari tour that will guide through this breathtaking journey. The majority of these safaris offer pickups from the hotel you’re staying at by a 4×4, followed by a ride to the desert where you can go dune bashing. Then, you’ll be taken to a tented camp to enjoy Arabic cuisine, watch belly dancers perform and enjoy a camel ride. With this tour, you can enjoy Arabic culture and customs with the desert as your backdrop.