Tips for booking a City Centre Mirdif hotel

Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:December
Average price in City Centre Mirdif:C$ 75/night
Absolute cheapest price found:C$ 55/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
C$ 63 - C$ 87
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 70 - C$ 103
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

About City Centre Mirdif

Nestled in the Mirdif neighbourhood of Dubai is state of the art shopping mall, City Centre Mirdif. Well-lit and lined with tall palm trees, Mirdif City Centre offers visitors the chance to browse over 400 shops. Popular department stores, cinemas, entertainment venues, restaurants and fast food outlets ensure there is something for all the family to enjoy.

One of the largest stores is Centrepoint. Encompassing 464 square metres on the ground floor, it is home to several group brands which include Splash, Shoe Mart, Baby and Lifestyle. The world famous Hamley’s Toy Store is located within the mall, offering a range of premium toys, workshops and events. Shoppers seeking designer fashion and accessories can browse Paris Gallery. It is the leading luxury goods retailer in the Middle East and home to fragrances, high fashion, cosmetics and jewellery. Emax, one of the region’s largest electronics superstores is also located in Mirdif City Centre selling every gadget imaginable. The shopping mall’s activities and entertainment centres are located on the first floor. Vox Cinemas showcase blockbuster movies in their 10-screen multiplex cinema. Alternatively, adults and children can enjoy fun times at The Playnation. It offers a series of interactive football games, an indoor skydiving centre and an iPilot flight simulator. There is also Magic Planet with rides, video games and a 12-lane tenpin bowling alley. A multitude of restaurant chains and fast food outlets complete the perfect day at Mirdif City Centre shopping mall.

Mirdif City Centre is located at the junction of Tripoli Street and Emirates Road, south-east of Dubai International Airport. Easy to reach by car, there are parking spaces on site for 7,000 vehicles. The nearest metro station is Rashidiya Metro Station. Frequent transfer buses operate between the metro station and shopping mall. Taxi and Uber services are available outside the main entrance.

Mirdif City Centre opened in March 2010 to much fanfare. It was built to address the retail facility shortage in the local community and has since set a standard for future sustainable development in the region. Today, the shopping mall serves the area well, and tourists venture to Mirdif to explore the wide range of goods and entertainment on offer.