The Oberoi, Dubai is located at The Oberoi Centre which is a commercial complex and includes an office tower.
THE OBEROI, DUBAI
The Oberoi Dubai Business Bay P.O. Box 71847 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The UAE has a desert climate, with very mild winters and very hot summers.
|Seasons of year||Season time||Maximum temperature||Minimum temperature||Rainfall|
|Summer||Annual||107°F (42°C)||79°F (26°C)||100mm|
European visitors can enter the without a visa and remain for up to 90 days. International visitors from the UK, Ireland, the USA and Australia are eligible for a visa upon arrival for up to 30 days.
Passports must be valid for at least six months from the date of arrival in the UAE and visitors must have a return ticket.
The unit of Indian currency is the Rupee. For up to date information on exchange rates, please click here.
We would be happy to help with foreign currency exchange in the UAE. Please ask the concierge upon arrival.
There are many international ATMs in the UAE. International credit cards are also accepted.
We recommend you wear loose clothing that covers the shoulders and knees and is made from natural fabrics that will be comfortable in the hot weather. It is advisable to carry a hat at all times.
Arabic is the official language of the UAE, yet English is widely spoken. A lot of people also speak Hindi.
Visitors are permitted to carry bank notes up to AED 100,000 into the UAE without making a customs declaration. Values exceeding this must be declared to customs and may be subject to import duty.
For up to date information on current exchange rates, please click here.
Gifts (including perfume) to the value of AED 3,000
Visitors are allowed to carry cameras, video cameras, radio cassettes, binoculars, laptops or mobile phones, provided they:
Customs duty is leviable at variable rates, up to 40%, upon the value of dutiable goods in excess of allowances.
The UAE has a zero tolerance drugs policy. Please contact your nearest UAE embassy or consulate for advice if you need to bring medications or other drugs into the country.