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Take a city break unlike any other in Dubai, where the culture, architecture and vast array of attractions make this an unforgettable holiday. With the combination of beaches and cityscapes to explore, Dubai lends itself well to city breaks – and the hotels are ideal for relaxing stays with a prime location.

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Jumeirah Emirates Towers


With complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark and Jumeirah's Private beach, you'll have plenty of fun nearby to Jumeirah Emirates Towers...that's if you can peel yourself away from the luxuriously appointed rooms, stunning views, classy restaurants, and the stunning pool.

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The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi


Lavish and opulent, the Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi boasts fantastic facilities for an unforgettable stay including the largest pool in Abu Dhabi, ever-changing activities and gourmet dining that ensures there really is something for everyone.

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City breaks in Dubai with Tropical Sky

Of all the places to take a weekend break in, Dubai has an incredibly diverse list of attractions and activities to make the most of those few days of exploration, with the people, shopping and culture.

Our resorts and hotels are situated in the heart of Dubai’s amazing landscape, and a perfect base for exploring all the amazing places you can visit in Dubai.

You will be within easy access of Jumeirah Beach, the Creek and the famous malls – a visit to the famous Dubai Fountain in the Dubai Mall is a must. This amazing water sculpture shoots water jets 150 metres in the air in time to a smorgasbord of music.

Of course, the weather in Dubai is fantastic all-year round, so you are almost guaranteed to be able to enjoy the sunshine on your few days’ visit – so popping down to the beach and relaxing in the sun is an option, too.

If you want to take in more of the local culture, too, then a short break offers the perfect opportunity to explore the oldest parts of the emirate, around Dubai Creek. You’ll find souks selling spices and textiles, and the architecture dominated by mosques and authentic regional buildings in the Deira and Bur Dubai districts. You can even take a water taxi, or abra to get around.

And, of course, no trip to Dubai would be complete without exploring the desert – a breath-taking landscape of sand and dunes.

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