United Arab Emirates: all our hotels

The United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is comprised of seven different emirates – Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm Al Quwain, and Ras Al Khaimah – attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists each year due to its rich history and tradition. Whether you wish to explore the Arabian desert or rest your mind, body and soul at one of the country's numerous luxury resorts, the UAE is a tourist's dream. The UAE has a diverse blend of local Arab culture, from sight-seeing and attractions to arts and culture to local heritage, to name a few, making it one of the most popular destinations in the area.

United Arab Emirates

History of the United Arab Emirates

The UAE, which began as independent emirates before the 1960s, saw tremendous transformations with the discovery of oil and natural gas deposits. Since the UAE was founded in 1972 on the Gulf coast, a wealth explosion has transformed this once-desert environment into a vibrant oasis of contemporary civilisation. Dubai and Abu Dhabi joined five other emirates to form the United Arab Emirates in 1971 and have grown tremendously both economically and socially since then. Over the last few decades, the UAE has not only become the tourism capital of the Middle East, but it has also led the way in diversifying its economy away from oil and gas.

Culture of the United Arab Emirates

The UAE began as small pearling villages and has since grown into one of the world's most diversified countries. The country is fortunate to have a rich legacy that includes Islamic principles as well as Islamic architecture, sports, customs, arts, crafts, gastronomy, and locations of historical and archaeological significance. The UAE is home to 200 different nationalities, and for many years diverse ethnicities, faiths and religions have coexisted peacefully. Cultural diversity, social inclusion, tolerance and equality in the UAE society is seen as a source of strength and richness by many.

Explore the emirates

Abu Dhabi

For a variety of reasons, Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE and the largest of the seven Emirates, is one of the most appealing tourist sites in the UAE. There is something for everyone here, with a fashionable mix of stunning cultural landmarks and massive 21st-century megastructures. It has it all, from large and beautiful mosques to world-class theme parks, a Louvre Museum, and endless deserts.


Like Abu Dhabi, Dubai has many cultural attractions, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world. When you visit Dubai, there are many things to see and do, from the world's tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa to the world's largest man-made island, the Palm Jumeirah. Head to Dubai for an exceptional experience thanks to its breathtaking architecture, world-class attractions, desert safaris, beautiful skylines, massive shopping malls, unique experiences, amusing excursions and famous nightlife.

Famous food & drinks in UAE

The UAE is a foodie's delight. It is easy to overlook the country's origins when diverse cuisines are provided at some of the top restaurants. When it comes to indigenous Emirati cuisine and other cultures' cuisines that rocked the Emirati culinary scene, there are several dishes to try in the UAE, and the food is simple and finger-licking excellent. One thing you must do while visiting the UAE is to try the local cuisine, which reflects the region's geography, culture and climate. Some of the UAE's most famous food include Shawarma - a non-vegetarian delicacy which has sliced chicken, lamb or beef, rolled in a soft flatbread filled with fresh vegetables, onions and various sauces - and Thereed - a famous dish of UAE consisting of chicken, lamb or goat, and roasted vegetables-potatoes, tomatoes, marrow, and pumpkin, served on top of Rigag, a traditional thin Emirati bread. And if you're thirsty, take a break and visit one of UAE's cafés and dining options. Tea and coffee are the most common traditional beverages in the UAE, which has embraced beverages from other Middle Eastern and subcontinental nations as well, thanks to its cosmopolitan culture. If you feel like having a hot beverage, Gahwa, also known as Arabic coffee; Sulaimani, a mint and lemon tea; and Karak, UAE's national tea; are among the most famous in the UAE. While Jallab, a blend of grape molasses and rose water; Qamardeen; a thick apricot beverage, and Laban, a yoghurt-based drink; are perfect cold go-to beverages on a hot day.

Hotels in the United Arab Emirates

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