Dubai Festival City

Dubai Festival City

Numerous hotels, entertainment sites, golf courses, public services and residential communities are all imbedded in a “city-within-a-city” called the Dubai City Festival. From 2007, this place in the Middle East is expected to have a total of 2.9million square feet upon its completion. In the façade, tourists and residents can enjoy the picturesque waterfront. Within the “city”, one can enjoy lavishing in the showcase of 600 shops, 100 restaurants, bistros, cafes, 25 international flagship stores and 12 screen Grand Festival Cinemas. If you wonder about where to park your vehicles while getting yourselves entertained in one of the Dubai attractions, the answer is right there in the center’s parking lot that could accommodate 13,000 cars.

In 2008, this Dubai retail center was the recipient of the “International Shopping Center of the Year” award from the Global Retail and International awards. Literally, it takes pride of an outstanding mixture of regional and international retailers who are directly connected with the finest names in hospitality all around the world. This shopping center is further linked to Festival Marina and the Dubai Creek while bridging the InterContinental Dubai festival City and Crowne Plaza Dubai with the Event enter in the North while on the south is the Al BAdia Golf Club.

Dubai Festival City is an avenue where visitors can enjoy not only a shopping center at its best but also of quality services and amenities. Proving its worth as one of impeccable Dubai attractions, Dubai Festival City encompasses services like valet parking, bellman assistance and organizing reservations and tours. This portion of the Middle East is indeed the answer to visitor’s distinct taste for cosmopolitan shopping. Dubai indeed is not stopping with providing people all over the globe a chance to have a feel of what it takes to be globally renowned infusing not only amazing infrastructures but also tourism in all its aspects.




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