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Staff super friendly and accommodating. Only gripe would be that there is no kettles and coffee making facility in the room. The music from the club downstairs can be a bit intrusive.
Would go back again.
worst trip ever i can say from the C/in till the room it took about 30mins while it's max 50mins and weird thing was Check in we was told to sit for no reason and wait moreover i booked with parking and when arrived at...More
Not too pleasant place to stay, room quite small for a bit pricey room. TV channels not clear. Not a comfy sleep. can here noise from downstairs, nearby to shops and restaurants. The most horrible thing that i would not come back is the water...More
I m regular guest of this hotel but last time Mr haider is not there so other guy he arrange room for me i visit on last Monday early morning but the room he give us is really not in good looking condition and ad...More
Booked the hotel online for two nights April 2nd and 3rd and upon checking in I requested for non smoking room. Upon getting into the room I could not even breath the room was stuffed with cigarette smoke..that night I could barely sleep without air...More
US$54 - US$134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The smell of frankincense hangs thick and heavy in the air, waves lap gently at jetties, and market traders call to passing tourists. The creek, originally the place where pearl boats docked and left on missions to uncover jewels from the deep, is where the city really began. The Al Fahidi District on the Creekside is one of the oldest heritage sites in Dubai, easily recognizable with its iconic wind towers, the original
air conditioning. Home to the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding and the Dubai Museum, the old buildings also house a range of cafes, shops and art galleries. Often called “the real Dubai,” this is a wonderful place to lose yourself before catching an abra across the creek to the spice souk, where your senses will be overwhelmed with tastes, smells, and sounds.