Amazing Backpackers Hotels in Dubai

Dubai is a land of luxury! In the middle of a hot desert, the city is a magnificent, plush oasis. Often referred to as the playground of the rich, the development of Dubai is simply overpowering. Who would have thought of having a Swiss Alps sort of set up in scorching temperatures, or building a 10 million litre suspended aquarium and underwater zoo in the centre of a mall, or creating an artificial palm island just to cater to lavish resorts? This is what Dubai is popular for – to create the unimaginable!

Obviously the world is well aware of the luxury hotels in Dubai and their extravagant services. However Dubai is known to fulfil all its guests’ fancies. So despite its rich reputation, Dubai is very much capable to cater to backpacker needs. You will conveniently find cheap hotels in Dubai or other accommodation in Dubai which fit your budget and give you a luxurious feel at the same time. Read on to find out more…

1. Dubai Youth Hostel

Dubai Youth Hostel, Dubai, UAE

There are many a hostels in the city welcoming travellers from around the world and arranging city exploration tours as well. The most popular and highly recommended one among all is the Dubai Youth Hostel. It is built close to the Sharjah border and has interiors dating back to the early 90s. However the latest construction offers a 3 star hotel outlook rather than a hostel. Unlike many other hostels, it is not in the heart of the city, but it is a five minute walk from the Stadium Metro station which will connect you to the city centre in minutes.

2. Ramee Guestline Hotel

Ramee Guestline Hotel, Dubai, UAE

Ideally located in the vicinity of the Deira City Centre, Ramee Guestline is one of the better budget hotels near Dubai airport. For a hotel room which has a king size bed, a work desk and LCD television with satellite channels, and wifi connectivity a price of $50-$70 is not a bad deal at all! In fact, this hotel is known it’s for low tariffs. The location is well connected to other parts of the city by the Al Rigga metro station right next to it. It may take up to 20 minute to reach Dubai Mall or the Burj Khalifa, but the hotel facilities allow you your own personal space and some luxury as well.

3. Citymax

Citymax, Dubai, UAE

Booking hotels in Dubai is like picking the best dish prepared by the three top chefs in the world. Catering to all price brackets, the city has tall structures at every nook and corner to put up its ever-coming tourists. One hotel you must look up is the Citymax Hotel in the financial district of Al Barsha. The location makes it a popular choice among backpackers as it is a 5-minute walk from the Mall of Emirates. It is a trendy and modern tall building with tariffs beginning from $50. Sounds like a great deal, doesn’t it?

4. Marina Byblos

Marina Byblos, Dubai, UAE

With a large glass facade, the Byblos Hotel sits pretty in the upmarket Marina neighbourhood of Dubai. It is in the centre of the Walk and 15-minutes away by foot from the Marina beach. There are plenty of eating joints around as well as easy access to other areas via the metro. The hotel has rooms as well as suites starting from prices as low as $80. To be living in a posh neighbourhood for that price is certainly a real steal!

5. EasyhotelEasyhotel, Dubai, UAE

It is modern and basic. Rightin the middle of Jebel Ali, the Easyhotel is a trademark budget hotel. It is not exactly near the Dubai Mall or in the heart of the city, but a great deal for those who are travelling on conservative funds. The hotel has facilities like restaurant, wending machines, laundry and ironing and wide windows for a lovely view of the city.

There are umpteen hotel apartments in Dubai around Shaikh Zayed Road and Bur Dubai such as Moon Valley Hotel Apartments, Dolphin Hotel Apartments, Grand Palace Hotel Apartments and others that can also be explored by backpackers. These Dubai hotel apartments offer professional services along with a hostel-like independence. So whoever said that Dubai is a destination only for the riches, think again!


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