If you've ever wanted to know where the best places to see and be seen are then look no further because we asked ten of the Hot 100 what their favourite haunts in the city are...
A massage at Sister's Lounge and then dinner at Nobu before meeting up with some friends at Cavalli Club.
We have a little formula for the perfect holiday experiences. From dinner at Armani Hashi to see the Dubai Fountain, dune safaris to our own special shop in the Gold Souk. But I guess the first place would be a picnic on the beach
Hind Bin Kerbash
The Burj Khalifa, as it is one of the most iconic monuments of the UAE.
Victoria Gandit Lelandais
I love to visit the galleries in the UAE as well as the Cultural Villages with lunch at the beach. I would end my day by having a meal at Bu Qtair Fish restaurant and desserts at Maison Sucre.
Breakfast with friends at the beach, spending an afternoon walking on JBR and dinner at Petite Maison which is my favorite place to dine. It's just as good if not better than the one they have in London.
To swim with the Dolphins at Atlantis, no one will go with me and I've been dying to go!
Every visitor I have I always take to a Madinat Jumeirah promenade restaurant on the first night. Maybe because its one of the first places I visited when I arrived and it made me fall in love with the place. It's just so beautiful and peaceful - almost like your in another world - sitting outside watching the gondolas across the water while eating a lovely meal.
Melissa Gilchrist Higgins
There is so much to do in Dubai it is almost impossible to know where to start. I love the traditional lifestyle still seen at the Creek and around Bastikia – the XVA is a personal favourite of mine. In contrast, the Souk Madinat and Souk al Bahar are great to enjoy the old meeting the new through the bars, restaurants, fountain, waterways and Abras which are set in a more modern-meets-traditional backdrop.
Bashar Al Shroogi
My perfect Friday:
Wake up and make coffee
Brunch at Circle Caf in Jumeirah
Walk on the beach
Run errands (avoiding the malls!)
Massage/Hammam at the Royal Mirage
Sundown drinks by my pool with friends
Dinner at Zuma
Haif Abdalla Zamzam
My perfect day would start off at Jumeirah Ladies Club's beach when the weather is just right. After that, I'd meet friends for brunch in one of the million restaurants in Dubai to share a few laughs and catch up with each other's lives. Then I'd drive to Sharjah to see my family and spend the day there.
To find out more about the Hot 100 make sure you check back on Thursday (February 24).