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    • Real Traveler Stories

      Dubai

      We all know about Dubai’s immense potential when it comes to tourism and quite frankly have been saying it all along via its glitz and glamour and all the awesome shopping sales and luxury experiences it offers. But now, our observations are kind of official since Hotelbeds, a leading travel and hotel database company, has revealed that Dubai is the sixth most visited destination in the world (as per the latest Euromonitor report). Read more

      Dubai is obsessed with firsts! And we have been keeping a close eye on the outstanding developments in the city which has been synonymous with splurging excellence for quite a long while! This time Britain's famous Queen Elizabeth 2 - world's largest cruise ship has been remarkably converted into Dubai’s super-luxury floating hotel. The interiors of the hotel have been done up tastefully to give the patrons a flavor of real opulence. Read more

      If you think you have experienced world's best adventures, stayed in sky-high apartments nestled in clouds, and lived ultimate fantasies, here's something that will give you further travel goals. How 'bout swimming on top of the world? A yet another extraordinary activity for the thrill-seekers! Guess who has made it possible? It's Dubai's Gevora Hotel - the world's tallest hotel at an unbelievable 357 meters. Gevora Hotel in Dubai offers the pool with a view overlooking the Burj and it looks dope! Read more

      Dubai is one of those destinations where the most outlandish dreams are accomplished. From the underwater resort to the world’s tallest building, it is home to some of the most incredible architecture and now, another feather is being added to its cap in the form the world’s first rotating skyscraper. Read more