United Arab Emirates – Dubai or Ajman?

Ultimate Architectural Perfection.

Prior to visiting Dubai, I had always wondered what almost everyones obsession was with it.

However, having visited as my graduation celebration – I was back there for a second time the following month.

I too was now obsessed.


Both trips to the UAE were vastly different. My first trip was super energetic and touristy, whereas my second trip was far more chilled and relaxed.

Continue reading to find out how Dubai really is the perfect location for both.

Hyatt Regency, Atlantis The Palm, Madinat Resort, Five Palm Jumeirah – Hotel Options

I have stayed in, and visited various hotels in Dubai and couldn’t chose solely just one.

But listed above are my ultimate favourites.


Whether this be beach chills at Playa Nomade..

Boat rides and Jet skis by the Atlantis..

Brunch, cocktails and views at Folly by Nick & Scott..

Sand duning through the Arabian desert..


Or simply just an evening stroll by the Marina,


There are a million and one things to do in Dubai – and this is what makes the city so addictive. 

Ajman Saray, a Luxury Collection Resort

Now for a slice of heaven, tranquility and all inclusivity.

Ajman is its own district, located approximately 45 minutes away from Dubai.

However, with easy transport links – you can ultimately enjoy both.

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I found the beaches here were far more stunning and best of all, quiet.


Multiple onsite restaurants, spa, chill areas and rooftops meant most days I did not have to leave the grounds.

This resort really blew my mind! Not the mention the insane sunsets and balcony views.


Ajman Saray really is the perfect escape if you need time to refocus.

So are you a Dubai or Ajman type of holidayer?

Interesting, but who said you couldn’t have the best of both worlds.

 With love, 



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