Flying in and out of Dubai via private jet feels more than just convenient or appropriate; it is standard in a place like Dubai. Luxury is the best word to define this United Arab Emirates destination and traversing around in a private jet is just another way to blend in.
What Can You Do In Dubai?
Choosing what you want to do in Dubai depends on your personal preferences, but there is plenty to experience for those who like a side of opulence with their adventures.
The Dubai Frame is one of the most unique elements of the city. It is a 500-foot tall gold frame with panoramic glass. You can visit the top of the frame and walk on a clear, glass pathway for more than 300 feet.
The Global Village Dubai is a theme park with attractions, dining, rides and live concerts year-round. It is on the outskirts of the city, but provides some options for family-friendly entertainment during a visit. The theme of the park is international, so it has a cross-cultural flair.
The XLine Dubai is an urban zip line that allows you to experience the city as though you are flying through it. It zips past skyscrapers and highways and is one of the longest and fastest in the world. You start at 560 feet above the cityscape and reach speeds of 50 miles per hour.
If its skiing you want, Ski Dubai delivers with in this indoor sky slope that allows you some winter fun in the middle of the desert. It is the third-largest indoor slope of its kind.
Attend an Event in Dubai
Dubai events run the gamut from luxurious and spirited to elegant and refined. The Dubai Shopping Festival is a month-long annual event that runs from January to February and attracts people from around the world to partake in what is a virtual shopping paradise. Meanwhile, the Omega Dubai Desert Classic is a renowned golfing competition bringing together top golfers, and the Dubai International Jazz Festival plays on the city's affinity for good music and glamourous events.
The Dubai Airshow is one of our favourite events to attend in Dubai and one of the most important in business aviation thanks to its broad agenda.
Where Should You Dine in Dubai?
Dining options in Dubai mirror the opulence found throughout the city. Ronda Locatelli boasts a Michelin Star chef, Giorgio Locatelli, and is one of the best options for fine Italian dining in the city. Meanwhile, La Petite Maison boasts fine French dining, indicative of the international flair that is characteristic of Dubai.
Lodging Options in Dubai
Lodging options in Dubai are decidedly state-of-the-art with each property working to outdo the next one when it comes to luxury surroundings.
Jumeirah Al Naseem
Jumeirah Al Naseem is a stylish resort property that is done in aesthetically-pleasing desert palettes with amenities that include flannel pajamas infused with jasmine upon arrival and several on-site swimming pools done in varying shades of azure. The property even has its own turtle rehabilitation lagoon.
The Bulgari Resort & Residences Dubai
The Bulgari Resort & Residences Dubai is a private island space just off the coast of Dubai. It boasts an on-site spa, an outdoor pool, beach club and on-site restaurant owned by a Michelin-starred chef.
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira Dubai
Dubai's Mandarin Oriental property is all opulence, with five different swimming pools, a private beach, upscale spa and top-tier concierge service. Each of the guest rooms boast a rainfall shower, bronzed lampstand, marble-laden bathrooms and contemporary furnishings. Most also have balconies offering sweeping views of the Dubai city skyline.
Burj Al Arab Jumeriah
The Burj Al Arab Jumeriah bills itself as the most luxurious hotel in the world. It is a seven-star property with Rolls-Royce Phantoms to shuttle guests around. It boasts two on-site pools, one of which is a saltwater pool, butler-service in the cabanas, various sunbeds and an atrium done in gold finishing.
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Flying in and out of Dubai via private jet is almost expected. The glitz and glam of this destination not only makes taking a private jet easy and convenient no matter the reason for your travel, but also mimics the experiences you are likely to have while in the country.