Dubai is a city filled with much to be discovered. Visitors staying at the Trade Centre vicinity are in for a treat as they explore the humble beginnings laced with Arabian heritage and the futuristic smart city life of Dubai in equal measure.
Read on to learn all about how to mesh these two exciting worlds together in the trip of a lifetime.
Welcome to Trade Centre, a part of Dubai that is aptly named after the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC). This venue hosts all kinds of conferences, events, and expo’s throughout the year for both business and pleasure.
The DWTC is an important part of trade and expansion in the Middle East. It is conveniently located as it places millions of visitors from all around the world in the middle point between new and old Dubai. It is also parallel to Sheikh Zayed Road, the city’s mega highway that connects all the way from the centre of the city to as far as Abu Dhabi. If you’re using the Metro, it’s one of the main stops along the Red Line.
Rove Trade Centre puts you at the doorstep of DWTC and in the heart of this neighbourhood which is filled with opportunities that allow you to explore the best of both worlds – new and old. Rove hotels are well known throughout Dubai, catering to visitors on business trips as well as tourists.
You’ll find a comfy ensuite room with views of the city from your window and all of the amenities and facilities for an enjoyable stay. Plus, our Rover team is on hand to help you make the most of your trip, from storing your luggage to accommodating flexible check-in and check-out times upon request.
The Trade Centre neighbourhood is essentially the hip and happening place to be, where mega events bring together a cosmopolitan mix. More than just a trading hub, it is an exciting place where you can experience all this Middle Eastern city has to offer.
Spend one day in Downtown Dubai admiring the Burj Khalifa and shopping at The Dubai Mall, and the next in Deira where you’ll find the famous Dubai Creek, a gateway to the city’s collection of historical neighbourhoods. These destinations can be reached in as little as 10 minutes by car.
To explore the past, see the present, and imagine the future, head straight to The Dubai Frame. Not only is this the largest photo frame in the world with a picture-perfect view of the city’s skyscrapers, but it boasts a museum on top that tells the story of Dubai. This is a great place to set your sights on the city from above and see which part of the old and new worlds entice you most to visit first-hand.
Being in such a central location, you’ll have more than just the heritage neighbourhoods and modern marvels within easy reach. You can also head to Jumeirah Beach where you can experience the laidback shorelines of the Gulf Coast. Following in the theme of nature, Zabeel Park is a scenic destination where you can relax, exercise, or visit the Dubai Garden Glow for a magical evening.
For a glimpse of the future, head to the Museum of the Future, a thrilling space filled with science, illusions, and futuristic concepts that are sure to entice visitors of all ages. The building features Arabic calligraphy and has been praised for its architectural design.
For the full experience of Dubai that blends the old with the new, and business with pleasure, you’ll want to visit the Trade Centre neighbourhood. Here, you’ll be in the mix of everything you need and more. With endless experiences and opportunities, along with the DWTC as a marker of international trade in the city, it’s an ideal location to stay during your next visit.
Book your room at Rove Trade Centre today and get ready to have a blast!
Discover The Dubai Neighbourhood That Connects Heritage With Future