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Combining spectacular skylines with high-end fashion outlets, an abundance of great food and an up-and-coming contemporary arts scene, Dubai is a lot more than meets the eye.
As one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE, this rapidly-growing city is consistently ranked as the best city in the Middle East for expats. In fact, 83% of Dubai’s 2.79 million residents are foreign born - meaning it’s technically the most cosmopolitan city in the world! It’s also the world’s 4th most visited city, attracting a staggering 15.27 million overnight visitors each year.
The average monthly rental price for decent 2-bed apartments in Dubai is around Dh7,400 (€1,725). Although utility bills can be high, rental costs are between 20% and 30% cheaper than those in New York City and London. Coupled with Dubai’s lack of income tax, this certainly comes as good news for your bank balance.
If you’re looking for a flat for rent in Dubai, you’ve come to the right place. With Nestpick, you can find a fantastic selection of furnished apartments in Dubai with the simple touch of a button.
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King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, Dubai
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Al Safa Street, Dubai
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Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, Dubai
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6th Street, Dubai
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King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, Dubai
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Al Sa'ada Street, Dubai
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Jumeirah Village Circle
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Contrary to popular belief, Dubai is home to a rich cultural heritage - one that is deeply rooted in Bedouin traditions of storytelling, poetry, song, dance and falconry. It’s also one of the safest and most culturally diverse places on the planet, and its relaxing pace of life has the ability to enchant the most intrepid of explorers.
However, the process of moving to Dubai can seem daunting at first, especially if you’re unfamiliar with its culture or scorching climate. When looking for furnished apartments in Dubai on a long-term basis, be sure to consider variables such as affordability, space, amenities (particularly air conditioning) and access to local public transport.
Upon starting your Dubai adventure, it’s also important to consider the overall cost of the living in the city. Although the UAE is tax free, the abundance of shopping malls and leisure pursuits can quickly have a negative impact on your finances if you’re not careful. As such, it’s advisable to devise a weekly budget, especially for students moving to Dubai.
Situated on the western bank of the Dubai Creek, the Bur Dubai area is heavily built-up and contains a host of wonderful restaurants, shopping malls and historical attractions. Popular tourist hotspots include the restored Bastakia Quarter, the fort-based Dubai Museum and Heritage & Diving Villages, which faithfully recreates a traditional Bedouin settlement.
The area’s central location also makes it well connected to the rest of the city, with fast access to Red and Green Lines on Dubai’s metro network. What’s more, the area is only a stone’s throw away from Dubai City Centre; home of the world’s tallest manmade structure, the Burj Khalifa, and the world’s biggest mall, Dubai Mall.
Affordable rent prices have consolidated Bur Dubai as a popular residential area, and most accommodation consists of low to medium rise apartment blocks. If you’re looking for modern furnished apartments in Bur Dubai, you’ll probably have to pay a bit more in rent. Don’t be put off by older properties just because they’re cheaper, however - the majority of traditional apartments in the area are well maintained and come equipped with standard amenities such as air conditioning.
If you’re looking to live near a Bur Dubai mall, the lavish BurJuman and WAFI malls will see to all your retail and grocery needs. Accommodation in this part of town is reasonably priced, and you’ll be expected to pay anywhere between Dh6,000 (€1,400) and Dh7,500 (€1,750) per month for a decent 1-bedroom flat for rent in Bur Dubai.
Facing Bur Dubai on the opposite side of the Dubai Creek, Deira is the historic commercial centre of Dubai and is home to the majority of the city’s souks. These bustling souks are filled to the brim with aromatic spices, luxurious items and eccentric street vendors, and are certainly a must-visit for new arrivals to the city. If you want to experience authentic Arabic culture without paying extortionate amounts for rent, look no further than apartments in Deira.
Recently, the area has started to experience something of a resurgence. Retail outlets, markets and large-scale industrialisation have turned the area into a fascinating blend of old and new. Home to attractions such as Seawings, the Women’s Museum at Bait al Banat and Deira City Centre Shopping Mall, Deira is starting to attract a growing number of expats from all across the world.
One thing you’ll notice about the area is its South Asian influence, which can be seen in marketplaces, eateries and retail outlets. For many South Asians, Deira is seen as a home from home, and the area is home to a mouthwatering selection of fantastic Indian restaurants.
Deira’s central location and proximity to the airport make it Dubai’s busiest area, and this can lead to terrible traffic congestion at times. However, it’s also one of the cheapest parts of the city for renting, and fantastic Deira apartments can be found for a monthly price of around Dh5,500 (€1,300). Given that the area is due to undergo some major development projects in the upcoming years, you’ll be moving to Deira just in the nick of time.
Jebel Ali is Dubai’s main port, and is also a major business hub of the region. Once a heavily industrial area, this rapidly-growing area is now widely known for being Dubai’s entertainment district. The exuberant Dubai Parks & Resorts and Bollywood Parks Dubai are both located here, as is the American-influenced Last Exit food truck station. For the shopaholics among you, you’ll have over 100 different brands to choose from in the ornate Outlet Village, which even attracts customers from as far afield as Abu Dhabi.
Jebel Ali was originally built as a satellite town for Dubai, and is slowly but surely meeting up with the urban sprawl. Situated at the end of the Dubai’s Red Line, the area is well connected to the rest of the city and is within easy reach of Internet City and Media City. Additionally, Jebel Ali is also perfectly located for those who need to make frequent trips down to Abu Dhabi.
Jebel Ali apartments for rent come in a number of different styles, with some in a modern theme and others designed with a more Asian twist. Because of the seemingly limitless space to build on, many apartments come equipped with small garden areas. Flats for rent in Jebel Ali are among some of the most attractive in Dubai, although slightly costlier than areas like Deira. An average apartment in Jebel Ali will cost around Dh6,650 (€1,550).
If you’re looking for a relaxed Dubai lifestyle, Jebel Ali Gardens represents a great choice. Nestled in a lush green setting, this family-orientated residential community provides accommodation for 40,000 people. The Gardens are located near a whole host of world-class amenities including the Ibn Battuta Mall, sports centres and a medical services complex.
Dubai is well-connected city, meaning you’ll never be too far from one of its metro stations. Although metro stations are less frequent the further away from the city centre you are, Dubai’s parallel red and green metro lines cut right through the most populous parts of the city. Dubai’s two main central stations - BurJuman in Bur Dubai and Union in Deira - service both lines, and there are a number of great apartments clustered around both of these rapid transit points. When you book with Nestpick, Dubai will be your oyster.
Literally speaking, Dubai Mall has everything you could ever need in your day to day life - it’s the second largest mall in the world in total land area! From luxury brands to discount groceries, and everywhere in between, life will feel like a breeze when you have this retail behemoth on your doorstep. The area is also replete with leisure pursuits, and should you wish to explore the rest of the city you’ll be within a stone’s throw of the Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall Metro Station. Apartments in the area are modern, light and breezy and come equipped with a range of standard amenities.
This vast retail complex - which even has a ski centre - is located at interchange four on the Sheikh Zayed Road. Aside from covering all your retail needs, the area around the mall is safe, well-connected and within walking distance of the Persian Gulf coastline. Accommodation in the area predominantly consists of modern apartment blocks, coming readily equipped with stylish furnishings and all the necessary appliances. Prices for furnished apartments near the Mall of the Emirates start at around Dh7,350 (€1,700) per month for a modern 1-bed.
Studio apartments are the most common form of accommodation on the market in Dubai, and are scattered throughout the city. Unless you pluck for cheaper options in the older and more compact parts of town like Deira, studios in Dubai tend to offer a lot more living space than those in similarly-sized international cities. Prices range between Dh4,300 (€1,000) and Dh8,600 (€2,000) for decent studio apartments in Dubai.
Prices for 1-bedroom apartments in Dubai can vary substantially - ranging between Dh5,000 and Dh9,600 in an expensive area, and between Dh4,000 (€2,220) and Dh6,500 (€1,500) in a cheaper area. Prices can also vary depending on a number of other variables such as local amenities and size of the apartment, so make sure you consider all the necessary criteria when booking your 1-bedroom apartment with Nestpick.
2-bedroom apartments in Dubai are just as widely available, with an average price of roughly Dh6,300 (€1,460) in a normal area and around Dh8,100 (€1,880) in a more expensive neighbourhood. Because of the high demand for accommodation, 2-bedroom apartments can be be difficult to find on short notice. Here at Nestpick, we make the process easier for you. Simply search within the area of your choice, and look for great apartments within your price range.
As a major global hotspot for business and tourism, serviced apartments in Dubai are becoming increasingly popular for new arrivals to the emirate. Unlike many standard apartments, these self-contained apartment units come equipped with a wide array of amenities: including a TV, laundry facilities, high-speed internet, and even bed and bath linens. Serviced apartments can come as studios, one, two or three bedrooms depending on your preference. What’s more, they tend to offer more space for your money than hotel options - ideal for corporate travellers, those looking for a comfortable short-term base and new arrivals with families.
If you’re looking for a deluxe living arrangement on your Emirati adventure, hotel apartments might be worth considering. Dubai’s booming tourist industry mean hotels are literally everywhere - offering comfortable short-term stay for a range of tastes and budgets. Hotel apartments in Dubai are often situated in modern planned communities such as Barsha Heights which offer an abundance of fantastic local amenities and leisure pursuits.
With a number of prestigious university campuses, Dubai is home to a small but thriving student community. While the city offers a student experience unlike anywhere else, it still poses the same problem that students moving to a new city are faced with the world over. Namely, the age-old conundrum of where to live.
Student housing in Dubai comes in a number of guises - from modern high-rises to more traditional properties in the Old Town. When choosing your student accommodation in Dubai, be sure to consider variables such as affordability, space, style and access to local amenities. It’s very easy to overspend in Dubai, so make sure you overestimate your budget. When you browse with Nestpick, you’ll be provided with one of the best selections of student apartments in Dubai.
Local transport in Dubai is operated by the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) and consists of the Dubai metro, buses, water buses and water taxis (known as abras). Until 2016 the Dubai metro held the world record for being the longest fully-automated metro network (Vancouver has since taken that title), and consists of two major lines - the Red Line and Green Line. The metro is driverless and fully automated, and represents a clean, fast and efficient way to get from A to B.
While the Dubai metro is a state-of-the-art system, it’s not a particularly extensive one. Dubai’s dependable network of buses is more wide-reaching and can get you to destinations that the metro cannot reach, such as Jumeirah Beach. Combining affordability with reliability, buses are a popular form of transportation in Dubai.
To travel on the metro or a local bus you must purchase a rechargeable Nol Card (nol is Arabic for fare). These are available from ticket offices in any metro and some bus stations or ticket vending machines (with English instructions) in all metro and bus stations, at some bus stops and other places such as malls and the airport. Fares in Dubai are calculated by distance and are divided into five zones. For Red Cards, the cost ranges from Dh2.50 (€0.60) to Dh6.50 (€1.50). A day pass for unlimited travel in all zones will cost you Dh14 (€3.25).
Another great way to get around the emirate is via taxi. Taxis in Dubai are relatively cheap, well maintained and strictly regulated by the RTA - meaning there’s little chance you’ll be ripped off by an unscrupulous driver.