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What We Love

  • Shop until you drop; Wafi Mall is in the same complex
  • The hotel has its own Botanical Garden
  • Some of the most spacious rooms in Dubai
  • The spa’s Egyptian Gold facial

What To Know

  • Airport shuttle fee is approximately $70 per vehicle
  • There’s a deposit required of around $140 per stay
  • Breakfast costs around $32 per person

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

A modern-day Egyptian pyramid with impeccable service, pumping nightlife and a popular high tea

The Lowdown

There’s no missing this huge pyramid, particularly at night when its pointed tip glows for all to see. Inside the kitsch dissipates into grand, elegant interiors with 246 Middle-Eastern contemporary rooms and suites that are among the largest in the city. All have balconies with city views (some of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa). Highlights include three swimming pools, as well as the Raffles Spa, where you can experience the hotel’s signature Egyptian Gold and Caviar facials. Restaurants and bars include a Japanese restaurant and a steakhouse, as well as a cocktail bar and terrace offering flavored shisha. Don’t want the night to end? Popular nightclub People at the top of the pyramid is an expat playground with late-night bottle service and 360 views of the city.

In the Area

Bur Dubai, on the western side of Dubai Creek, is the older side of the city. Here you’ll find the Dubai Museum in an 18th-century fort, and the Bastakiya historic quarter with restaurants, galleries and shops lining narrow streets. The Creekside Park between Al Garhoud and Al Maktoum bridges is a good spot for a stroll, or hop on a cable car and see the city from 98 feet up. Want to go higher? At 2,625 feet high, the Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building. On the 122nd floor (that’s 1,350 feet), At.mosphere restaurant serves up prime cuts and fresh seafood.

How to Get There

Raffles Dubai
Sheikh Rashid Road, Wafi
Dubai, 00000 United Arab Emirates

Reviews

5.0 Excellent 3900 Reviews
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Reviewed 1 day ago

It was an awesome time spent in Dubai, and what makes it awesome was that
staying in Raffles Hotel. I encourage everyone who is willing to visit Dubai to stay in this wonderful hotel. We also, want to thank all staffs servicing us a specially, Ms. Irina and Ms. Oleks in the Club Lounge at the 10th floor.

Yasser

top notch this time
Reviewed 2 days ago

from early check in to room service and amenities...they are back on track! Great visit.The one exception was last morning a family checked in at 530 am next to us...not hotels fault...but they should keep families on one floor or give parents a heads up to keep children quiet

Always the best!
Reviewed 2 days ago

From the moment we checked in to Raffles Dubai we were treated like royalty, the staff are always so friendly and welcoming. Spacious rooms and beautiful views of Burj Khalifa this hotel is amazing, there is only one problem... you won't want to leave!

Highly recommend for anyone staying in Dubai.

Lovely property
Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful rooms, yummy breakfast and great staff. Had an awesome holiday at Raffles!
Kids loved the pool and we loved the great views from the balcony. Luxury that is affordable. Great combination. Good job Raffles!

Fantastic everything!
Reviewed 5 days ago

You travel to Dubai to experience luxury and this hotel does not disappoint! Luxurious rooms, excellent staff, top notch spa! And the food...yum! Breakfast buffet to die for. Can’t wait to go back again one day. Would highly recommend.