Check in from 15:00 and check out before 12:00.
Visa and Travel Document Requirements:
Before travelling to Dubai, please check the visa requirements for your nationality. Citizens of many countries are eligible for visa-on-arrival or can obtain an e-visa. Visit the official website of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) for up-to-date information.
The official currency of Dubai is the United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED). Credit cards are widely accepted, and ATMs are readily available throughout the city. Currency exchange services are available at the airport, hotels, and shopping malls.
The official language is Arabic, but English is widely spoken, and most signs are in both languages. You'll find that many residents are multilingual, making communication easy for visitors.
Dubai is in the Gulf Standard Time (GST) zone, which is UTC+4. Please adjust your watches and devices accordingly.
Dubai has a desert climate with hot summers and mild winters. Pack light clothing for most of the year, but a light sweater or jacket may be needed during the cooler months from November to March. Sunscreen is essential, and staying hydrated is key, especially during the hotter months.
Dubai uses the British-style Type G electrical socket, with a standard voltage of 230V and a frequency of 50Hz. Travellers from other regions may need a travel adapter to plug in their devices.
Dubai has a well-developed public transport system, including buses, the Dubai Metro, and taxis. Ride-sharing services are also available. Renting a car is another option for those who prefer more flexibility in exploring the city.
The emergency number for police, ambulance, and fire services is 999. Please save this number in case of any emergency