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  Dubai apartments-Dubai hotel apartments-Dubai hotels & villas
Dubai furnished apartments is proud to have a very professional and highly experienced Italian management team always available to meet your requirements and improve your lodging experience.
One of the most popular areas of Dubai is the Dubai Marina that delights residents and visitors with its cosmopolitan atmosphere and unique refreshing lifestyle, challenging the most exclusive waterfront developments in the world's leading cities.
All our Dubai marina and beach apartments for rent are offered with a complimentary House Keeping service, to ensure the highest standard of comfort and hygiene we use only 100% cotton bed sheets, blankets and towels in addition to a generous supply of miniature amenities such as shampoo, shower gel, soap, tissues etc...
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  Dubai - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
The town of Hatta is an exclave of the emirate of Dubai and borders Al Wajajah, Oman.
Silhouette of a dhow in the Bur Dubai creek
Dubai is unusual in that its population comprises mainly expatriates, with UAE nationals (Emiratis) constituting the minority.
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 Dubai Properties, Dubai Real Estate, Dubai Condos, Dubai Condo Hotels, Dubai Property
Dubai, one of the seven United Arab Emirates, is considered to be one of the most desirable real estate opportunities in the world.
Dubai is growing fast, with one-third of the cranes in the world currently being used to build property in Dubai.
Dubai has also been rated by Interpol as one of the safest countries to live, which many may find hard to believe from what they have heard about the Middle East.
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 wikien.info: dubai   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dubai is the most populous and second largest emirate (in terms of size) in the federation after Abu Dhabi.
Dubai is located on the Persian Gulf, southwest of Sharjah and northeast of Abu Dhabi, and reaches into the interior.
The city of Dubai has a free trade in gold and until the 1990s was the hub of a "brisk smuggling trade" of gold ingots to India, where gold import was restricted.
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 Dubai City
Dubai lifestyles are attended by vast numbers of Filipina, Sri Lankan, and Indian maids, while the building boom is carried on the shoulders of an army of poorly paid Pakistanis and Indians working twelve-hour shifts, six and half days a week, in the blast-furnace desert heat.
Dubai, one of the seven United Arab Emirates, is engaged in a building boom of epic proportions.
Dubai's Crown Prince, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is also the Defense Minister of the United Arab Emirates and the president of the Dubai Development and Investment Authority (DDIA), has set a goal to attract 15 million tourists in the year 2010 (up from 5.24 million in 2003).
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 Boom town | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
The fastest-growing city on earth, Dubai is spending mind-boggling sums on construction and is about to swallow up P&O in its bid to be a global maritime power.
Dubai is nothing like so well endowed, and so from the 1960s onwards, the Maktoums have been consciously shaping Dubai as the trading and financial motor of the Emirates, and the Dubai ports system is central to their vision.
The Dubai press is full of stories criticising companies for late payment, no payment, the confiscation of passports, imposition of penalties for minor infringements, the manoeuvrings of loan sharks and all the other expectable abuses of a poorly regulated employment system.
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 Dubai Apartments, Dubai Hotels, Hotel apartments, Dubai Villas, Holiday Rentals
Our luxury Dubai holiday rental and vacation rental villas are chosen because of their high quality interiors and locations.
Our portfolio includes Dubai’s luxury villa rentals on or near the beach, with most having private pools and gyms which are suitable for families, business people and exhibitors as well as large groups.
Our Dubai villas offer privacy, seclusion and are perfectly situated for families, large groups, corporate events, weddings and exhibitions.
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 Dubai travel guide - Wikitravel
Dubai International Airport (DXB) [6] is the largest hub in the Middle East and the home base of the Dubai's flag carrier Emirates.
Use the Dubai Public transport [8] as a cheaper means of traveling within the several districts in Dubai.
Dubai has an arrangement with Oman to allow visitors who qualify for an Omani visa on arrival, visiting permission by road through Hatta.
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 Dubai Buildings, Real Estate, Architecture, Skyscrapers and Construction Database
The city of Dubai is the main population center of the Emirate of Dubai, one of seven which joined to form the United Arab Emirates in 1972.
Dubai was originally a small fishing town, and became prosperous through an economy based on pearls and international sea trade.
Today the city of Dubai is one of the wealthiest and most modern anywhere, boasting the highest skyline in the Middle East including the two of the tallest hotels in the world.
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 Dubai Travel Information | Lonely Planet Destination Guide
Arabesque and Disneyesque, Dubai is the fastest growing city in the world.
When To Go The best time of the year to visit Dubai is between November and April, when the weather is coolest.
Bluelist it › If you want your list to be considered for the Dubai book, use the keyword 'highlight'.
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 Dubai's Mega Projects Photo Gallery by Brian McMorrow at pbase.com
May the entire worlds children come to DUBAI and see for them selves what their new world will look like and may they see what is exspected of them when they continue our dreams long after we are gone.
Dubai is neither the first nor the last to face unfair labor issues.
I have many friends working in Dubai at the moment and it appears to me that the cost of living in Dubai keeps escalating yearly and rental prices are literally beyond control albeit some policies implemented by the local government.
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 Dubai Apartments, Dubai Hotel Apartments, Self Catering - Hotels & Villas - Apartment
DubaiApartments.Biz is the #1 Short Term Rental and deals in dubai furnished apartments, self catering apartments, hotel apartments, dubai villas and dubai beach apartments.
We understand that choosing where to stay in Dubai is a critical part of your travel plans.
If you are the owner of a furnished apartment in Dubai and wish to rent your property, we provide advertising and listing services, as well.
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 Wired 12.07: The Road to Tech Mecca
Dubai's unofficial symbol, the Burj Al Arab hotel, a 47-story building in the shape of a sail with a helipad on the roof, claims to have earned no fewer than seven stars.
Dubai Land, an amusement park billed as "the leisure and entertainment capital of the Middle East," is due to open in 2006 - complete with replica pyramids.
Unlike neighboring Saudi Arabia, Dubai has never treated its oil as an eternal proposition; oil supplies are expected to last only two more decades, a short-term bankroll to build a better nation.
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 Dubai Hotels. Save More on Cheap Accommodation in Dubai
Hotels such as Sheraton Dubai Creek Dubai and Sheraton Deira Hotel and Towers Dubai are conveniently located to suit tourists.
Dubai has also planned to build one of the largest hotels in the world with more than 6,500 rooms aiming to double the amount of rooms they have now to 29,000 by 2016.
Ski Dubai - Ski Dubai is an indoor skiing facility with 5 runs that vary in difficulty from beginners to expert.
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 Dubai Real Estate | Dubai Property | Real Estate in Dubai
Dubai is the hottest hot spot on the planet, and Property Portal is the premiere source for real estate in Dubai.
From generous studio apartments in Dubai Sports City to the most exclusive Signature Villas in Emirates Hills, Dubai property is the choice of celebrities, government officials, CEOs, business professionals, and sheiks the world over.
By listing your Dubai property through Property Portal, you will optimise your chances of securing a successful sale in the shortest possible time, at the greatest possible price, with the least amount of inconvenience.
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 Dubai, Dubai apartments, Cheap Dubai hotels, Hotels in Dubai
The breath-taking accomplishemnts of modern technology combined with outstanding imagination of architects have contributed to the contemporary Dubai’s turist attractiveness and made it truely deserve the name of the 21st century city.
However, Dubai is not only a stunning triumph of technology over the powers of nature but also a bustling cultural centre with art museums, including Dubai Museum, film festivals and the aboundancy of stylish pubs and bars located in the luxurious hotels.
What is more, Dubai is known as the “shopping capital of the Middle East” as every year it hosts a large number of visitors attracted by the Dubai Shopping Festival which turns the city into one shoppinhg mall accompanied by music shows, art exhibitions, and folk dance performances.
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 ABC News: Halliburton Will Move HQ to Dubai
"Halliburton is opening its corporate headquarters in Dubai while maintaining a corporate office in Houston," spokeswoman Cathy Mann said in an e-mail to The Associated Press.
Lesar, speaking at an energy conference in nearby Bahrain, said he will relocate to Dubai from Texas to oversee Halliburton's intensified focus on business in the Mideast and energy-hungry Asia, home to some of the world's most important oil and gas markets.
Lesar's announcement appears to signal one of the highest-profile moves by a U.S. corporate leader to Dubai, an Arab boomtown where free-market capitalism has been paired with some of the world's most liberal tax, investment and residency laws.
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 Burj Al Arab - Dubai - Jumeirah - One of the World's Best Hotels
Burj Al Arab - Dubai - Jumeirah - One of the World's Best Hotels
Designed to resemble a billowing sail, the hotel soars to a height of 321 metres, dominating the Dubai coastline.
At night, it offers an unforgettable sight, surrounded by choreographed colour sculptures of water and fire.
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 Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing > Home
Dubai Promenade is a prestigious community project comprises of 8 residential towers, an office tower, retail space, a boutique hotel, and an Icon circular shaped hotel located on the las...
Tatweer, a member of Dubai Holding, announced a landmark deal with US-based Marvel Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: MVL - News), the creators of such globally renowned Super Heroes as Spider-...
Location: Located in Bur Dubai, Between the 2nd interchange on Shk.
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 Dubai Chamber
Welcome to the Dubai Chamber business portal - your gateway into one of the world's most exciting and fastest growing commercial centres.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry is here to provide an indispensable source of competitive advantage for the business community in Dubai.
We are also here to help forge commercial and industrial links between Dubai and the rest of the world.
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 Abu-Dhabi-Dubai.com, Dubai Hotels – Abu Dhabi Hotels – Dubai Hotels – Abu Dhabi Hotels
One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai pays tribute to Arabian architecture and hospitality on a truly regal sc...
Rising from the Arabian Gulf on an island 280 metres from the shores of the renowned Jumeirah beach...
The Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai is Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts' first venture in the United Arab Emirate...
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 Dubai News & Articles on washingtonpost.com
Dubai Agrees To Acquire 20% Stake in Nasdaq Market
Sexual assault case in Dubai raises questions of fairness (International Herald Tribune) 11/1/2007 4:22:43 AM
Dubai Rape Case Makes Us Sick (Queerty) 11/1/2007 12:26:48 PM
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 Renaissance Dubai Hotel: a luxury hotel in Dubai UAE, ideally located in the heart of the city   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Renaissance Dubai Hotel is designed to awaken the senses, from the aromatic towels offered in the lobby, to the exquisitely appointed guest rooms designed to accommodate the needs of business and leisure travellers alike.
Revered for its savvy service and striking decor, this luxury hotel in Dubai is set in the cosmopolitan business district near Dubai International Airport, the Creek, the Dubai World Trade Centre, chic shopping and attractions.
As a preferred Dubai hotel, the Renaissance Dubai Hotel takes you on a culinary adventure, with 4 innovative restaurants, a pool bar and a lounge awaiting to quench any thirst or sate any appetite.
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