best affordable airbnb dubai

THE BEST AFFORDABLE AIRBNBS IN DUBAI

Dubai is classy. Super classy. Excess, luxury, and prestige scream from the rooftops of this desert oasis turned megatropolis. But unless you’re Kendall Jenner (And you’re probably not. Wait, are you?), you’re not planning a stay at the Burj Al Arab or any of the 5-star resorts in Dubai. You probably need something a bit more in the hundred bucks range, but still with the class of one of the richest cities on the planet. So we’ve got a nice list here of the best affordable Airbnbs in Dubai to stay for your next trip. If you haven’t used Airbnb before, you can score $40 worth of free credit on your first stay here.

Brand New Apartment in Downtown

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Check out this super neat studio apartment in the heart of the city center. The space itself is small, but new and well-arranged. What it lacks in size is made up for in comforts, like sectional sofas, gym access, and an amazing rooftop pool with the best angle of the Dubai skyline that “affordable” can buy. If you get locked out, make you can go to keymakerdubai.com to sort out a new key to your airbnb.

Luxury Apartment with Views of the Burj and the Sea

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This place has a much more modern look and feel, with white on grey on white on hardwood. You’ll love its design that caters to space management and enormous lookout windows. Comfortable space, walk-in shower, and a super sweet balcony; can you ask for much more?

Private Bed and Bath near the Marina

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Your host says “location, location, location”, and his place is perfect. You can get pretty much anywhere of note in the city within 5 minutes walking, and the beach is only 15 minutes away. The double bedroom and en suite bathroom are comfortable, modern, and clean. Plus, you’ll have access to appliances and washing.

Luxury Apartment with Pool and Burj Khalifa View

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Situated in a high-class and high-security housing complex, this apartment brings Middle East class and western amenities. You’ll love the desert earth tones and modern villa style, and the courtyard with veranda with a beautiful swimming pool.

Modern Apartment near the Metro

best affordable airbnb dubai

This luxurious studio is located in Dubai’s International Financial Centre, just 5 minutes walking from downtown. The sky-high apartment features super classy modern design, comfortable furniture, and a full kitchen with espresso machine. The building itself is very conveniently located in a great area, bustling with cafés, bars and some of the best restaurants in the city. Not to mention 100 meters to the Metro, so you can get anywhere you need. If you happen to lose your key while staying in Dubai, you can go to locksmithdubai.net to get a new key made up for your place.

Luxury Suite in the Heart of Jumeirah III

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This is another great option for those who like modern design. Classy white on grey with marble floors, new furniture, and an awesome balcony make for a great place to stay. You host offers a suite with a very comfortable bed, TV, private bathroom and balcony, and huge windows revealing a breathtaking skyscraper view of the city.

Vacation Home at the Marina

best affordable airbnb dubai

A great studio apartment with walkout balcony on the 16th floor, and for less than $100 a night… not to mention overlooking the marina and being in close proximity to some great malls and restaurants. This one could be a great option for couples looking for a romantic stay in the city.

Obviously, there are tons of places to stay in a gargantuan city like Dubai (over 300 on AirBnb). But a lot of places are, well, what can we say? Crummy. And the other extreme is $3000 a night, and you’re probably reading this article because you’re 1) not a sheikh and 2) looking to enjoy your time in an affordable way in Dubai. So at least you have somewhere to start when planning your next trip, with some affordable (but classy) places to stay.

 

Turner barr
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Hi, my name is Turner. I travel the world, hustle to find interesting jobs, and write about what happens when you read too many self-help books.

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