1. The Arabia Courtyard Hotel & Spa
Starting from $30
Arabian Courtyard is an amazing hotel, located in the heart of Bur Dubai and it is strategically positioned for business and fun. The Arabia Courtyard hotel is adorned with Mumtaz Mahal, a fine-dining restaurant, and serves North West and Mughlai delicacies. The Arabia Hotel offers amenities including free WiFi, bottled mineral water, tea- and coffee-making facilities. There are swimming pools, both outdoor and indoor, and a bar. The hotel also provides an airport shuttle and parking facilities.
2. Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers
Starting from $55
Located in Deira, at the banks of the Dubai Creek, this very exquisite architectural work is surrounded by Dubai’s famous Gold & Spice Souks, BurJuman, and the Deira City Centre Mall. This hotel is home to Ashiana, the fine-dine restaurant in Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, and one of the first Indian restaurants in Dubai. Ashiana offers customers the unique experience of their continental cuisines and delicacies that are peculiar to their country. The Traditional Rajasthani style intricate wooden latticeworks, the beautiful paintings, and shiny chandeliers create a beautiful ambiance that could take your breath away. The Sheraton Dubai Creek hotel’s rooms are fully equipped with LCD TVs with DVD players and satellite cable channels for your utmost pleasure, making it one of the most luxurious hotels in Dubai.
3. Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai
Starting from $799
This hotel is located in Dubai’s Oud Metha commercial district and is very close to The Dubai Fountain, Dubai Mall, and the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, the tallest hotel in the world. Mövenpick Hotel Apartments, Downtown Dubai has seven restaurants that serve a variety of cuisines most commonly associated with tourists from North Indian, Lebanese, and British pub food. Mövenpick Hotel Apartments, Downtown Dubai offers luxurious hotel experiences. Indian tourists in Dubai can come in for a treat in curries, biryanis, and kebabs, at Chutney’s restaurant, where you are treated to the delicious Nawabi flavours of the northern and frontier regions of India. Most popular dishes include Thali, Gulab Jamun, Butter Chicken, Dal Makhani, Chicken Tikka, and Chicken Biryani.
4. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai
Starting from $165
JW Marriott Marquis Hotel is spread across two very iconic towers and harbours an enticing range of 14 exquisite restaurants in Dubai, including the famous ‘Kitchen 6’, a feature that has projected the JW Marriot Marquis Hotel, Dubai, as one of the most luxurious hotels in Dubai. Rang Mahal, is one part of the sextuplet cooking stations at Kitchen 6, a colourful yet, classy restaurant in Dubai. The kitchen serves a variety of modern Indian cuisine, from fine dining connoisseurs to traditional food lovers. The Rang Mahal is best known for serving dishes like the Meen Moiley, Lobster Malai Curry, Chana Ghosht,
and Sabziyon ki kyari, etc.
5. The Oberoi, Dubai
Starting from $171
This is a contemporary luxury hotel, located just a few minutes away from the Dubai
Mall and the Dubai International Financial Centre.
Indian guests are treated to meal courses like Indian bread, biryani, and desserts, all served to form the Oberoi’s specialty Indian restaurant ‘Ananta’. This is a luxurious hotel that is fully equipped with basic room amenities like free WiFi, a flat-screen satellite TV, a minibar, tea/coffee maker, a bathtub, and a separate shower.