We are Dubai Bus Rentals, a bus rental company that offers you bus rentals in various locations within Dubai. Dubai Bus Rentals are a leader in the transport industry for coach rentals and minibus hire across Dubai. No matter the occasion, we can make arrangements for a bus anywhere across Dubai to get you where you need to go.
Dubai Bus Rentals ensures that all customers get a high quality, efficient, reliable and friendly service from the first contact until they reach their destination. Our fleet operates under a devoted team of friendly and professional drivers. We offer a wide range of coaches to suit all needs and number of travelers.
Some of the most popular sizes accommodate approximately 49 people, although we have different sizes available, ranging from 18, 23, up to 57 people carriers.
Our vehicles are all fully-fitted with a number of additional features including video/DVD players, air conditioning, toilets and ample leg room to ensure full comfort during your trip.
We are in a position to arrange any form of bus transportation anywhere across Dubai for any event. So no matter how complicated or manageable, we can make arrangements for your transport. Have a look at some of the services we offer below:
Let’s face it, navigating your way around an airport can be confusing, not to mention costly. No one wants to spend time hanging around in airport taxi queues, so why not get in touch with us today? We’ll take all the fuss out of airport transfers and kick start your holiday in the most hassle free way possible. We cover all airports across Dubai including Dubai International Airport etc.
Concerts and festivals
Dubai is home to many concerts and festivals including Dubai World Cup, Dubai International Boat Show, Dubai Shopping Festival plus many more. To ensure you kick start your event in the best possible way, hire one of our minibuses or coaches and ensure your concert and festival gets off to a great start.
Dubai is home to some world class attractions such as Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab. Make sure you don’t miss out on any of the hidden gems with one of our sightseeing tours, or perhaps you’d like to go off the beaten path and need an experienced, local guide to get you where you need to go.
Do you have a business trip in Dubai? Are you looking for a reliable and professional bus rental service? Let us take the worry out of it by getting you where you need to go without the hassle.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, give us a call and we’ll be happy to see what we can do for you.
Dubai is a city and emirate of the United Arab Emirates. This record breaking city, home to the world’s busiest airport and the world’s tallest tower, boasts some truly world-class sites and attractions.
The city’s landmark attraction is the Burj Khalifa, standing at an impressive 829.9 m, making it the world’s tallest building and the most famous tourist attraction in the whole of Dubai.
Make your way to the observation deck on the 124th floor to see awe inspiring panoramic views across the whole city. The swanky observation deck experience doesn’t stop there, as part of the experience you’ll find multimedia presentations on the Burj Khalifa and the city itself. After your information session, you’ll be whisked up to the observation deck by a high-speed lift where you’ll be met by those sweeping birds’ eye views out across the desert to the skyscrapers and ocean.
For a different vibe, head to the Burj at night where you’ll be met by Dubai’s famed city-lights panoramic. If you want to beat the queues, it’s recommended that you buy your entrance tickets in advance. This is definitely something to think about on the weekends when it’s especially busy.
The landscape surrounding the Burj Khalifa is also pretty impressive. You’ll find quaint gardens with winding paths, water features including the Dubai Fountain, known as the tallest performing fountain in the world and stylishly modeled on the Bellagio Fountains in Las Vegas.
Dubai is also home to the world’s tallest hotel. The Burj Al-Arab stands at an impressive 321 m and is perched on its own man-made island nestled on the Dubai coastline. As well as being the tallest it’s also one of the most expensive hotels, with one of the Burj’s most luxurious suites setting guests back more than a whopping £7000 a night.
If you don’t fancy forking out those eye watering prices, the most cost effective way of experiencing the opulence of the Burj Al-Arab is to go for dinner at the underwater Al-Mahara restaurant. The restaurant is decked out with glass panels on the floor and ceiling which means you’re able to view exotic sea life whilst you chow down. If dining with the fish doesn’t appeal, why not book in for some tasty afternoon tea at the Skyview Bar instead?
For a retail therapy fix, head over to the Dubai Mall - the city’s premier shopping destination and unofficial entrance to the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Aquarium. As well as a series of stores, inside the Dubai Mall you’ll find a cinema, games as well as an ice-skating rink so you won’t be at a loss for things to do. There’s also countless restaurants and even the occasional fashion show and bit of live music to get your head nodding. Some famous events and festivals also take place at the Dubai Mall including the Dubai Shopping Festival at the start of the year as well as the Dubai Summer Surprises Festival when the summer months hit.
For a cultural fix, Dubai is home to a truly world-class museum which makes its home in the Al-Fahidi Fort, which itself was built to defend Dubai Creek in 1787. The walls of the fort are made from traditional blocks of coral and lime, whilst the ceiling is built from bits of mud, palm and plaster.
Since its construction, the fort has had several purposes including being a seat of government, a residence for the ruling family, a garrison and even a prison. Since its double restoration in 1971 and then again in 1995 it now serves as the city’s top museum. The courtyard is especially grand with displays of weaponry, Emirati musical instruments amongst other fascinating fixtures. Beneath the ground floor you’ll find display halls housing dioramas and exhibits detailing different aspects of traditional Emirati life such as Bedouin desert and Emirati life. It’s also home to a significant number of artifacts from the 3000 to 4000 year old graves at the archaeological site of Al Qusais.
Another feature of the city is the Dubai Creek which splits the city into two distinct towns - Deria to the north and Bur Dubai to the south. This influential creek has been pivotal in the city’s growth and development by initially attracting settlers to the city to pearl dive and fish.
Along the bank of the Dubai Creek you’ll find the Dhow Wharfage, which is still used today by groups of small traders from across the Gulf. Why not stop by and watch cargo being loaded and unloaded onto the dhows. It’s not unusual for dhow workers to invite visitors onto their vessels for tours. This is definitely a unique experience where you can learn more about the lives of these traditional seafarers.
For stunning water views, take a trip to the side of the creek near the Bur Dubai. Nestled against the Bastakia neighbourhood, you’ll find the Al Seef district made up of a waterfront promenade lined by shops stocking crafts and even a floating market. Take a relaxing stroll and soak up the atmosphere as you go. The easiest way to get across the creek is either by abra (a small wooden ferry) or you can take a trip in a dhow-turned-tourist cruise boat.
Another top attraction is the Jumeirah Mosque which is considered to be the most elegant of all the mosques in the city. The mosque is essentially an exact replica of the Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo and is a brilliant example of traditional Islamic architecture. Built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, the mosque is fashioned with two minarets with some finely detailed stonework.
Dubai is a city that’s full of culture, and you’ll find it in abundance at the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Cultural Understanding. The centre also hosts a series of lectures, tours, cultural meals and Arabic language classes. You can also take part in an organised guided tour of the mosque if you want to develop a deeper understanding of the Muslim faith. The tours start early at 10am each day except for Fridays.
For a different experience, why not take a trip to Deira? Nestled on the north bank of the Dubai Creek you’ll be met by a mish mash of various nationalities that now call Dubai home. For tourists, Deira is famed for its traditional souks, or markets, which are a hotbed for travelers and tourists alike looking to grab a bargain. Dubai is also home to the largest gold bazaar in the world - the Deira Gold Souk, whilst the Deira Spice Souk stocks virtually every spice known to man including sumac, saffron, paprika, cumin, thyme and frankincense as well as aromatic incense, oud wood and rose water.
For a fun filled day out that the whole family will enjoy, take a trip to another of the city’s top tourist attractions - the Dubai Aquarium. This massive aquarium is home to around 140 species of sea life that you can marvel at through the massive suspended tank located on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall. For an even closer look at life under the sea, why not take a glass bottom boat tour? If you’re brave enough you can even go cage snorkeling or shark diving!
Jumeirah beach is Dubai’s most popular strip of sandy white bliss. The beach is lined with hotels and boasts excellent facilities including restaurants to grab a bite, sun loungers to relax on as well as water sports operators to get you out onto the waters on a jet ski. Make the most of your time with a visit to the nearby Majlis Ghorfat Um Al-Sheef which was once the summer residence of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed al-Maktoum. The residence, built in 1955 is constructed from blocks of coral and gypsum and whilst it has been restored over the years, it has still kept hold of its original opulence and stunning decor. It provides the perfect focal point to gain a sense of the lavish lifestyles of Dubai’s wealthy rulers.
The best time to visit Dubai is between the months of November and April when the weather is more temperate. In the summer months, Dubai’s temperatures can reach a whopping 48 degrees.
Whilst in Dubai, you’ll want to sample some of the local cuisine. Whether its a traditional mezze or Lebanese kebab you’re sure to find something to suit every taste and budget. Some popular eateries include Al Dawaar Revolving Restaurant, The Talk Restaurant and Al Grissino Restaurant and Lounge.
Traveling around Dubai is fairly straightforward. The main airport is Dubai International Airport. You can get from the airport into the city centre by either taxi, underground or bus. The bus journey is 1 hour and 20 minutes so you might prefer the comfort of your own bus rental to get you where you need to go.
There’s plenty of Dubai worth exploring and we’ve highlighted just a fraction of it. Coach hire or bus rental is the perfect choice for sightseeing tours to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the city’s hidden gems. Contact Dubai Bus Rentals today to see how our bus rentals and coach hire service can help you get the most out of your trip to Dubai.
"We have been using Dubai Minibus Hire now for over 3 years and they have never let us down and always provide a first class service to our business."- Jason Hargreaves