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Halal Friendly Hotels in Dubai

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In the past four decades, Dubai has metamorphosed from a small trading centre in the gulf to one of the most glamourous cities in the world. Whether you have a short layover in Dubai or are there for a week, you are bound to be blown away by the clash of cultures, extreme luxury, and mind-blowing architecture.

It is a Middle-Eastern Vegas which is engulfed in traditionalism and conservative old customs. With so many interesting offerings, you would barely be able to scratch the surface even in a week. Dubai is big – it's flashy and ostentatious! Small on culture but having fantastic bling, the fun never ends in this city.
With cheap food but very expensive shopping, Dubai is a place for avid travellers who just want to explore the place. The desert safari experiences, viewing the dancing fountains, and breath-taking skyscrapers – Dubai is unique. While it has modernized to suit western tastes, there’s still halal-friendly activities for Muslim travellers.
You can easily find hotels and Airbnb sites in Dubai as it receives a lot of tourism. However, moving around the city is nothing less than a hassle because of the unimaginable traffic. The best times to travel to this place are December through February with the summer season being extremely hot and suffocating. You won’t be able to indulge in any of the outdoor activities if you plan your halal travel during the summer months.

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  • Time Difference: GMT +4 hours
  • Currency: Emirati Dirham
  • Flying Time from the UK: 7 hours direct
  • Visa: 30 day visa-waiver for UK citizens
  • Our Highlight: Dune bashing in the desert

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Burj Khalifa - Towering at 829 meters, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world as of now. With 50 elevators, this incredible skyscraper exhibits a modern design encapsulated in Islamic culture and architecture. The main observation decks are at levels 124 and 125, from where you can witness the city’s marvellous skyline and all its landmarks. You may also choose to go to the 148th-floor terrace where you would literally feel at the top of the world. 

Jumeirah Walk - The classy waterfront strip called The Walk at Jumeriah Beach Residence (JBR) provides the opportunity to the visitors to enjoy shopping, dining and strolling by the sea. This place features plenty of local and regional designers along with international retailers to satisfy your shopping cravings. After a good shopping spree, you can sit down at any of the outdoor cafes or fine dining restaurants to indulge in some heavenly food during your Muslim holidays.
Dubai Marina - The pull of Dubai Marina is undeniable with skyscrapers poised right next to the luxurious yachts lined alongside the canal. The busiest neighbourhood in Dubai offers a wide array of exciting activities to be carried out. From cruising into the waters to enjoying a lovely day at the beach, it is nothing less than a dream come true. This is another place which is loaded with delicious dining options and irresistible retail shops.
The Creek - Apart from exploring the ultra-modern side of Dubai, if you want to experience its heritage and true essence, The Creek is the place for you. It has the Dubai museum, Heritage Village, and Al Bastakiya District for those who are interested in knowing what was UAE like before this rapid development in recent years. One of the most exciting activities is riding the cable car, which is suspended 30 metres in the air and can cover the entire creek park in just half an hour.

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5 Reasons to Visit Dubai

Activities - From skiing in the deserts to diving in the deep sea, Dubai is a heaven for an adventurer. It is equipped with all the exciting activities and you can have a wonderful time by unleashing your daring side.

Global - It serves as the middle ground between two sides of the world. From South Asians to the westerners, it is the ultimate vacation spot for all. 90% of the population in the city is not local and 200 different nationalities call it their home.
Shopping - Widely known for its mega malls, Dubai has the best shopping spots and is home to the biggest shopping centre on the planet. It is an ultimate retail therapy for any individual who would like to shop his heart out.
Food - It is the perfect spot to try authentic flavours from all parts of the world. There are hundreds of Chinese, Arab, Pakistani, Indian, French, Filipino, Persian, and American restaurants. Throw in the different food festivals happening all year round, the food scene in Dubai is thriving.
Mosques - Being an Islamic country, a lot of mosques can be found in all parts of the city. So, you’ll enjoy your halal-friendly travel without any problem.

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Best for Halal Dining

One & Only The Palm - With the amount of tourism received by Dubai, it is hard to find quiet beaches where one can relax and find some peace. One & Only The Palm would serve to be the best choice because of its proximity to the shore and access to a private beach which is exclusive to the guests.


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Best for Muslim Honeymooners

Al Maha - This elite spot is a great accommodation option for a halal honeymoon because of its impeccable luxury and extreme privacy. A getaway which is 45 minutes from Dubai, it is an iconic resort which is nestled like an oasis within the sand dunes of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. 


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Best for Muslim Families

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray - Only at a 3 minutes’ walk away from the beach, this famous Palm Jumeirah overlooks the Arabian Gulf and has the most luxurious rooms well-suited for a family. With 10 different restaurants to choose from, an outdoor pool, and access to the Ottoman Spa, this hotel should be your foremost choice for a trip during the Islamic holidays.