Dubai has a wide range of hotels and places to stay ranging from the Dubai Youth Hostel to the self-rated 7 star Burj Al Arab (see the list of Dubai budget hotels for less expensive options), and in 2010, the Armani Hotel in the Burj Khalifa tower.
Most hotels in Dubai and UAE quote a price per room (not per person) per night and often include breakfast.
There is an additional 10% service charge and another 10% Dubai Municipality tax added to Dubai hotel bills.
Check in time is around 2pm and checkout at noon but late checkouts are normally available.
Prices range from 100-150 dhs per night for bargain basement hotels (not easy to find many this cheap) to several thousand dhs for the most luxurious rooms.
For overseas travellers, the best deals are usually found by booking a flight to Dubai with an accommodation package included.
Most 4 and 5 star hotels (and some of the 3 star hotels) can arrange a Dubai tourist visa for their guests (for a fee). They will also do airport pick-ups and drop-offs.
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