The United Arab Emirates is a collection of seven unique principalities in the Persian Gulf which includes tourist-friendly destinations Abu Dhabi and Dubai. East meets Wests in this region, which is fast becoming a crossroads of the world. The larger cities are filled with towering glass buildings, man-made islands, and enormous shopping malls. Many of the urban centers in the region seemed to spring up out of the desert overnight, so modern design and amazing feats of engineering are king.
Abu Dhabi is the largest emirate and the capital of the United Arab Emirates, while Dubai is the tourism and commercial hub of the nation. Sharjah functions as a suburb of Dubai, but also has its own identity as the education and culture center of the country. The easternmost emirate, Fujairah, has a slightly cooler climate, and is a great place to go jet skiing and diving. The remaining smaller emirates are much more conservative and historic than their flashier neighbors.
Dubai lives up to its nickname, the City of Gold, boasting over 600 gold shops and one of the strongest gold trades in the world. Luxury influences every aspect of life in Dubai, and you'd be hard pressed to find many hotels in Dubai rated under five stars. The city is a monument to consumerism, and is home to the world's biggest mall with an even larger shopping center in the works. The resorts in United Arab Emirates are among the most extravagant in the world. You can find the best hotels in United Arab Emirates on Travelocity, and with our Price Guarantee you can rest assured you'll pay the lowest price on Dubai vacation packages. If you find better value somewhere else, we'll refund you the difference. Search online today for great United Arab Emirates hotels for your next trip.
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