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Very surprising & disappointing act occurred in front of me. I am sitting on the bar counter my friend came in to say hello as he was having a conversation with me suddenly one of the dining staff lucky comes in and try to pull...More
Flying Emirates Australia to Europe, Dubai is a good place to stop for a break.
I chose this hotel because I wanted to stay where there was still a sense of the old Dubai left. I stayed 2 nights at the Ambassador Hotel in the...More
Whenever I goes to Dubai I always stay at this hotel. As staff here is pleasant & helpful. Indians are not having any problem as you found Indian food here .
Also language is not a problem they speak Hindi as well as English.metro station...More
we stayed in the hotel form 22 nd night to 27th dec 2017 .the hotel is old one - morning breakfast is of very poor quality . the hotel is not good
in india many small hotels is much much much better than this one
I stayed at this place many years back even before i was TA member. Stayed back in june 2017 and i could not see any major changes in hotel rooms. Restaurant is a bit more descent now but the front desk and room including washrooms...More
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.