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What is Dubai like in early September

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1y, 9m agoPosted 1 year, 9 months ago
I'm looking to book a surprise holiday to Dubai in September for the first two weeks

And was wondering what the atmosphere/weather is like around this time of year

I was looking at the Atlantis The Palm Dubai Hotel & Resort is this resort any good or is it over priced ?

Any recommendations for hotels would also be helpful it will only be adults going and preferably all inclusive but this is not a must

Thanks in advance :-)
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1y, 9m agoPosted 1 year, 9 months ago

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It's very hot but is the best country to go to lovely food mostly arabic spoke I can't remember where I stayed I was 10 when u went there but we didn't want to leave going there next year
hold off another month if you can

October is the best time to go
My sister stayed at The Palm Atlantis and Jumeriah Beach Hotel with her husband for their honeymoon, she said it was way overpriced, breakfast in GBP was £80 for both of them, any excursions and activities the hotel had was around £150 pp and they even had to pay for wifi around £20 for 24 hours...they went in sept 2014 and said it was hot

Edited By: samzam on Jan 05, 2015 14:36
It's well hot 8) .
It'll still be extremely hot in September...but to be fair it's still the same country all year round, and I can't understand why anyone would want to visit it...:|
In September the average temperature is 39 °C (102 °F), with extreme heat and humidity. There is very little chance of any rainfall during September. Average sea temperature in September is 32 °C (90 °F)

Lifted from Wiki. I have only been in Jan when the climate is nice, which is more than can be said of the place itself. Unless you want to just stay in the hotel for R&R, which is fine, but there's precious little to do other than wander round shopping malls. To have fun in Dubai you need serious money.

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