Dubai Marina is one of the most popular areas of Dubai to live in and it’s home to some of the most iconic towers in the Dubai skyline. Since development began almost 10 years ago, the Marina (as it’s often known) has grown exponentially with both tourists and residents alike flocking to its many apartments, restaurants, bars and beaches.
What makes living in Dubai Marina so popular? The amazing views, golden beaches, pulsating nightlife and never-ending dining options ensure this part of Dubai is always a hive of activity.Of course, the housing on offer is just as exciting with top quality rental apartments available throughout the district in towers that have to be seen to be believed. Due to constant demand, developers are always pushing the envelope when it comes to luxury and style to keep everyone excited.
Apartments in Princess Tower are highly coveted with unspoiled views of Dubai and its status as the tallest residential tower in the world! Also located in Dubai Marina is the Cayan Tower - the world's tallest twisted tower; which houses equally impressive apartments. Other recognisable towers in Dubai Marina include 23 Marina, Elite Residence and The Point; all of which are in high demand but still tend to have a handful of apartments for rent at any given moment.
Convenience is part of life in Dubai Marina with all of the usual amenities within reach. The area is also serviced by both the metro and tram to make getting around a breeze. Sheikh Zayed Road is merely minutes away and its proximity to Media City and Internet City make it ideal for young professionals looking for short commutes (or walks) to work. With that being said, there’s still plenty of appeal in Dubai Marina for families who prefer apartment life.
Dubai Marina has all sort of apartments and flats on offer, from cosy studios, the standard 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and there’s even a few buildings with apartments containing 5 bedrooms or more! There’s many furnished apartments too which is ideal for those looking at an even more convenient stay.
Renting in Dubai Marina is a unique cosmopolitan experience. Being a free-hold area, its comes with its own set of nuances. Your landlord is more than likely to be a foreigner but the laws of Dubai still apply in full to your rental agreement. You've also got chiller fees to be mindful of (this relates to the air conditioner) but these don’t damper the appeal of renting a beautiful apartment in Dubai Marina.