Where to stay in Dubai
Dubai short-term rentals, holiday rentals and weekly, monthly prices
The guide below will help you decide on which areas are right for you. You can click on each particular area for further information on accommodation offerings, tourist attractions and prices in that area.
You may also find the Dubai Short Term Rental price guide table at the bottom of the page very useful when deciding which areas are suitable for your budget.
The Palm Jumierah and Business Bay/Downtown areas are typically the most expensive. Dubai Marina has a range of properties that can be very expensive to more affordable options depending on the views and the building quality. Jumierah Lakes Towers tend to be lower priced and good value due to the current lack (due to construction) of retail options within walking distance. Emirates Hills also provides slightly lower priced options which is still a 5-10 min taxi ride to the major attractions.
Detailed price guides and accommodation information can be found by going in to the area guide for a particular area above.
The range of prices for short-term rentals in Dubai reflects the quality of the apartments and developments and also the rates charged by different owners and companies.
Peak season is generally the winter (Nov-Feb) period when the weather in Dubai is superb. Other peak periods are during Ramadan and special events such as the Dubai Shopping Festival. The low season is the summer season which is between July-October.