Madinat Jumeirah

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Madinat Jumeirah

Madinat Jumeirah is an Arabian mini-city in Dubai, comprising five-star hotels, ornate souks and beachfront hotspots.

A destination within a destination, you’ll find several grand hotels, including Jumeirah Al Quasl, Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and Jumeirah Al Naseem, alongside a cluster of traditional summerhouses at Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf and seven grand homes at Jumeirah Malakiya Villas.

There is an entire river system five kilometres in length complete with its own fleet of traditional abra boats. You can take a tour around the whole property on one of these in-house abras and stop by Souk Madinat Jumeirah along the way.

How to get to Madinat Jumeirah

You can get to Madinat Jumeirah using the below transportation options:

Dubai Metro & Bus: Take the Red Line and get off at Dubai Internet City Metro Station 2. Walk to the nearby Dubai Internet City Metro Bus Stop and take bus line 88 to Madinat Jumeirah 2, which is a 5-minute walk from Madinat Jumeirah. Alternatively, you can get off at Mall of the Emirates Metro Station, take bus line 81 at Mall of the Emirates Bus Station 4 and get off at Dubai Police Academy 2 which is also close to the attraction.

Architecture of Madinat Jumeirah

The architects of this luxurious resort village at the foot of the Burj Al Arab looked to Dubai's original creekside settlement in Bur Dubai for inspiration. Wind towers, traditional wooden boats used as water taxis, waterways and even a market create modern Arabian flair in this complex that comprises three palatial hotels and dozens of private villas set in a richly landscaped garden.

Shopping at Souk Madinat Jumeirah

At the heart of the complex lies Souk Madinat Jumeirah, a maze-like bazaar with around 75 shops lining wood-framed walkways. Although the ambience is too contrived to feel like an authentic Arab market, the quality of some of the crafts, art and souvenirs is actually quite high. For a bit of Western culture, see what’s playing at the Madinat Theater. There are numerous cafes, bars and restaurants, the nicest of which overlook the waterways and the Burj Al Arab.

Riding an abra at Madinat Jumeirah

Explore Madinat Jumeirah's 2.5-mile-long network of winding waterways on a leisurely 20-minute cruise aboard a traditional style abra (a motorized wooden boat) with cushioned benches. The desert seems far away as you glide past enchanting gardens of billowing bougainvillea, bushy banana trees and soaring palms, all set against the dramatic Burj Al Arab backdrop. Tours leave from the Souk Madinat waterfront (near Trader Vic's). No reservations are necessary. If you are staying at a Madinat hotel or eating at one of the restaurants, your abra shuttle is free.

Where to get Friday brunch at Madinat Jumeirah

At the start of the weekend in the United Arab Emirates, Friday Brunch in Dubai is a time honored tradition, especially among Western expats. The Madinat hotels Al Qasr and Mina A Salamare famous for putting on some of the most most opulent spreads in town. Both dish up an unbelievable cornucopia of delectables – roast lamb, sushi, cooked-to-order seafood, beautiful salads, mezze and all sorts of hot dishes, plus there are cheese and dessert rooms. Make dinner or brunch reservations at least one week ahead for most of the restaurants.

Kids at Madinat Jumeirah

Endless fun for our junior guests

Kids clubs

As well as our pools and pristine beach, families staying at Jumeirah Al Naseem can enjoy exclusive access to KiDS at Jumeirah Al Naseem, and families staying at Jumeirah Mina A’Salam, Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf and Jumeirah Al Qasr can enjoy exclusive access to KiDS at Jumeirah Al Qasr.

KiDS at Jumeirah Al Qasr

Located next to the pool, KiDS at Jumeirah Al Qasr offers an aquatic wonderland with 1,000sqm of play areas and pools. A wide range of activities are planned by our trained staff, to keep kids entertained, from crafts and face painting, to sports and movie screenings.

Location: Beside the main pool at Jumeirah Al Qasr

Times: Daily, 10:00 – 18:00

Sessions: 10:30 – 12:30, 13:30 – 3:30, 16:00 – 18:00

Capacity: Maximum of 30 kids per session. Prior booking is required and kids can only attend one session per day.

Parents and nannies are not allowed to stay inside the kids club. The kids club is a shoe free zone, all children will be advised to wear socks.

Ticket Price

There is no entrance fee as such for just visiting Madinat Jumeirah but one has to pay for staying or enjoying the various activities offered. The boat cruise and the tours need to be paid for.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Best Time To Visit In Dubai: The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March when the weather is pleasant and is most suitable for all kinds of outdoor activities. The Dubai Shopping Festival is also held during January and February, making it an exciting time for visitors. Dubai's high season is from November to April. This is when temperatures are at their most enjoyable, but you can expect higher costs for accommodation and more people at the city's main attractions as a result.



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About United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven emirates located in the Middle East, known for its modern infrastructure, diverse culture, and thriving economy. With its iconic skyline, bustling cities, and vast desert landscapes, the UAE is a popular destination for tourists and expatriates alike.

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Contact Information

Madinat Jumeirah, Al Sufouh 1, Umm Suqeim, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Is Madinat Jumeirah free?

There is no entrance fee as such for just visiting Madinat Jumeirah but one has to pay for staying or enjoying the various activities offered. The boat cruise and the tours need to be paid for. Hey there! What kind of trip are you planning for?

How many stars are there in Madinat Jumeirah?

There are three five-star hotels at Madinat Jumeirah: the Jumeirah Al Qasr, Jumeirah Mina A'Salam and Jumeirah Al Naseem, plus summerhouses and villas dotted around the complex too.

What is the dress code for Madinat Jumeirah Dubai?

The Madinat Jumeirah may close certain restaurants from time to time. Dress Code: During the day the dress code is casual, during the evening the restaurants prefer guests to be smart-casual, so shirts and trousers (full length) for men. During Ramadan some restaurants may close or alter their opening times.

How many rooms are there in Madinat Jumeirah?

Madinat Jumeirah features two five star hotels: Port Al. Salam and Al. Qasr. Each hotel offers 300 rooms in addition to clusters of 340 rooms and suites in courtyard villas in the resort, offering authentic architecture reflecting the heritage and culture of the Arabian region.

Who designed Madinat Jumeirah?

Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai - DSA Architects International.