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The capital of Kurdistan, Erbil, is a cosmopolitan city known for its tolerant attitude and intriguing history. Hotels in Erbil are perfect for discovering this colourful city, which has been drawing well deserved comparisons to Dubai in recent years.

Erbil offers a heady mix of glitzy modernity and old world authenticity. Among the sprawling shopping malls you’ll find bustling souks, and as well as trendy roof terrace nightclubs you’ll find fascinating museums. Considered a “pocket of calm in a troubled country”, Erbil is the fastest growing city in Iraq. Fancy hotels and swanky shopping malls are popping up everywhere.

Despite the huge variety of new constructions, the old city skyline is still dominated by the ancient Erbil Citadel. The impressive building is well over 7000 years old and was recently given the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Erbil is said to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. There’s a huge variety of museums showcasing local culture and history.

Must visit museums include the Kurdish Textile Museum, which is inside the citadel and is full of fascinating examples of ornate antique and contemporary pieces. The Ankawa Museum has an interesting collection of items celebrating the Christian Syriac heritage from northern Iraq. The Erbil Civilisation Museum is packed with artefacts from the region, with items from the prehistoric, Assyrian, and Islamic periods.

The nightlife in Erbil is fantastic, with plenty of swanky bars to choose from. There’s a great range of coffee houses, karaoke lounges, and rooftop terraces where you can see and be seen among the city’s elite. Erbil a popular destination for Western expatriates, and is an extremely multicultural place where people of different backgrounds mingle happily. You can even buy alcohol in Erbil, if you pay a visit to the Christian suburbs.

 Erbil is fast becoming a popular tourism and business destination. Accommodation in Erbil is widely available, with plenty of high end hotels set in some of the city’s most modern buildings. There are a lot of four star hotels in Erbil, many of which boast their own gyms, restaurants, and cocktail lounges. If you’re travelling to Erbil on a budget you’ll also find some smaller, no-frills business hotels on the outskirts of the city and by the airport.