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Dubai Events

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Plan Your Trip Around a Fun Dubai Event

When you think of Dubai, you might think of the desert. Which would be normal and fair as that’s what you see in the middle eastern region. Sand…and lots of it. But you probably don’t think about all the things that are home to Dubai. Some of the most fun things to do revolve around the Dubai events that are put on each year.

Sure, going to Dubai any time of year can be fun. You can take the tours, see the area, enjoy the people and be impressed by the camels. But have you thought about going and enjoying one of the many Dubai events that occur year after year?


Burj Dubai

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What is the Burj Dubai?

If you’re not really very familiar with Dubai, then you might be curious about some of the buildings and events and holidays that occur in this middle east country. And you’re not alone. Most people, unless planning to visit or conducting research of some sort, don’t normally work outside their comfort zone. But there are so many wonderful things to learn about other people and cultures that it’s a shame most people know so little.


Hotel News: St. Regis, Westin, and W heading to Dubai by 2017

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If you are a loyal guest of the Starwood hotels, you might have thought too that Dubai will be more fun if it has the St. Regis, Westin, and W hotels. You might have been praying hard enough as Starwood recently sealed a deal with Al Habtoor Group, the firm which put up the Waldorf-Astoria resort, to bring their line of hotels to Dubai.

The three hotels will be sharing a giant complex with an area of about a million square feet with the total number of rooms at 1,675. This rooms will be atop the rooms at the Sheraton, Four Points hotel by Sheraton, and Le Meridien which are all operated by Starwood.

According to the the Middle East top executive of the brand, Dubai has been among the top destinations for international business and leisure travelers thru the years and that the new hotels by Starwood will further establish them as one of the top hotel operators in the region.


JW Marriott to liven up hotel scene in UAE with Marquis Dubai

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Marquis Dubai by JW Marriott will be the symbol of the re-emergence of the UAE as the crossroads for global business when the 1,608-room hotel start welcoming guests before the end of 2012.

The new Dubai hotel is another beautiful addition to the lineup of world class properties of Marriott International. Marquis Dubai will have two phases. The first one will have 807 rooms, several restaurants, and lounges.

The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai will stand at 1,164 feet and will be the highest dedicated hotel structure in the world and just about 85 ft shorter than New York’s Empire State.

Aside from catering to the luxury business travelers, the hotel is also looking into the lucrative offerings for meetings, exhibits, and conferences which at the moment do not have a fitting hotel which can accommodate big groups. This segment of the market brings in about $106 billion to the GDP of the country which is even more than what the manufacturing sector ($78 billion), performing arts and spectator sports ($71 billion), and processing and information services ($76 billion).


Kim Kardashian plans to open branded hotel in Dubai

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Reality TV personality Kim Kardashian recently related that she is considering to open a line of branded hotel in Dubai to tap into the tourism potential of the city after a visit to the United Arab Emirates.

Kim Kardashian disclosed the plan that she is currently discussing with her sisters during the press conference for the launch of Milllions of Milkshake restaurant which recently opened an outlet outside the United States. The Kardashians are planning to design unique rooms for every floor of the planned hotel line.

During the press conference at the Atlantis Hotel at the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, Kim Kardashian shared that she is listening to what her fans want from clothing, make-up, hair, design, and more.


Futuristic Hotels: Atlantis the Palm in Dubai

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Dubai possesses already world’s most luxury hotel, The Burj al Arab.

Very soon another highest class hotel will be added: the amazing Atlantis The Palm Hotel. It is a hotel with 1729 rooms and 17 restaurants, and will be opened to the public on 24th September. The construction lasted 4 years and cost 1,5 billion dollars.

This hotel is dedicated to water: it has a huge water aquarium under the hotel ( more stocks, 11 billions of water ) and a huge water park near the hotel ( the biggest from Dubai and Middle East ).

The big aquarium under is easy accessible from the hotel, and you can take a walk through the aquarium without getting wet!

The hotel is also inside luxury decorated, and you are going to feel spoiled, like in 1001 Nights. The


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