There are several budget friendly places to stay in Dubai, if you’re travelling on a strict budget or you want to save some buck for emergent issues. Where an international destination like Dubai is home to multiple super-luxury stays, there are also some delighting budget stays you need to definitely need to check out. All it takes a little bit of planning and research.
Per Aquum Desert Palm – If you’re traveling to Dubai with your partner booking a private villa should be the right way to spend some romantic time together. Per Aquum Desert Palm resorts perfectly fits into the picture when you’re looking for all that romantic on a budget. The design superbly respects your privacy, and come with minimal designs but loaded with high tech gadgetry. Who wouldn’t want a Bang & Olufsen home theatre system, an espresso machine and an iPod docking station in their rooms? The resort is surrounded by plush arrays of jasmine and bougainvillea and a polo club in the vicinity consists of 300 horses. The best part is that it’s just 15 minutes away from the Dubai Airport. If you’re planning to book this, check the New Delhi to Dubai flight time and chalk down your itinerary.
XVA Art Hotel – This hotel is located right next to the most chic and upbeat galleries of the city. Though its guest list sees several names from the art world, the hotel isn’t pricey as it seems. If you’re an art lover, spending a night or two in the artsy atmosphere of the hotel will help you understand about the who’s who of art world. The hotel exhibits an amazing architecture, which is a blend of chic modernity and mesmerizing arty. The hotel property itself is a century old mansion, thus you can spot some unique architectural features. Balconies of the hotel offers an amazing view of the Dubai Creek and even the souks are quite closeby.
Arabian Courtyard Hotel and Spa – This massive hospitality property is one of the best known budgeted hotels in Dubai. The hotel rooms are decked out with attractive wooden furnishings with full marble bathrooms and free WiFi. The entire hallways and lobby are adorned with huge chandeliers and consists of an outdoor swimming pool, a gym and a spa. For food and drinks, there are two restaurants, one Indian and another Chinese and there’s a British pub too, called Sherlock Holmes. The hotel is located in the old Dubai area, quite close to the Dubai Museum.
Orient Guest House – While most boutique hotels in Dubai are quite pricey, the Orient is comparatively cheaper. There aren’t many superior amenities to explore in the hotel but it appears more like a bed and breakfast type of accommodation. Not many known that the guest house is built in an old wind tower, which makes it more interesting. Its rooms are decorated with typical wooden furniture and the architecture showcases both Arabic as well as Asian influences. It takes about 20 minutes from Dubai airport to reach the hotel and the old neighbourhoods of Deira and Bur Dubai are also in the vicinity.