Question: Can I share a room with my boyfriend in Dubai?

Regulations. Islamic law prohibits unmarried couples from living together. The same rule applies to sharing a hotel room. In theory, hotels should also not call you a cab or help you book a tour in which you will be alone with your partner.

Can me and my boyfriend share a room in Dubai?

It is against Dubai law to live together, or to share the same hotel room, with someone of the opposite sex if you arent married or closely related, according to Foreign Office guidance. So, in theory, any unmarried couple staying in a hotel room together is breaking the law, although tourists are rarely prosecuted.

Can unmarried couples share a room?

Apparently, there are no laws or regulations forbearing unmarried persons of opposite sex from occupying hotel rooms as guests. While live-in-relationship of two adults is not deemed to be an offence, terming the occupation of hotel room by an unmarried couple, will not attract a criminal offence.

Can I take my girlfriend to Oyo rooms?

No, there is no law that prohibits unmarried couples from staying together or checking-into a hotel.

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