Located in Dubai’s vibrant shopping, culinary, and entertainment destination, InterContinental Hotel Dubai Festival City is near top Dubai destinations like the world's tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa, museums, galleries, Dubai Creek, and more.
A bold example of Dubai's progress, standing at 828 metres is the worlds tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa. Prepare to enter the record books when you head up to the observation deck on level 124. Be sure to contact the Concierge team early to ensure you have a booking.
Skiing in the desert? Ski Dubai in the Mall of the Emirates has five snow runs, the longest of which is 400m. Don't worry, they offer all the equipment you'll need as well as lessons. Try a coffee in Avalanche Cafe: a coffee in the snow, in the desert.
Originally a fort built in the 1780s, the Dubai Museum was officially opened in 1971. The Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms and desert and marine life.
Referred to as the life blood of Dubai, there is still lots of activity on Dubai Creek. Take some coins with you and take a short abra ride between the Bur Dubai and Deira areas.
The Al Quoz industrial area is where you would least expect to find perhaps the UAE's most happening art community. Take a stroll down Alserkal Avenue where there is a burgeoning art scene with many great galleries showcasing some great local talent.
DIFC is Dubai's financial hub and within, you'll find some great galleries, we particularly like Art Satwa, Edge of Arabia and XVA Gallery.
This magnificent mosque is built in the medieval Fatimid tradition. It is the only mosque in Dubai that is open to non Muslims and provides an interesting insight into the Islamic religion.
Dubai World Trade Centre is one of Dubai's biggest multi-pupose space for the world's most high-profile events
IMAGINE is Dubai Festival City’s record-breaking attraction which offers unique sensory experience, harnesses the power of light, water, and fire, combined with giant aqua screens, 30 fountains and surround sound to connect with audiences and produce a show like never seen before. Holds a Guinness World Records - the largest water screen projection and largest permanent projection mapping in the world.