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I normally stay a the Le Meridien Fairway when I go to Dubai, but I wanted a change and to have the 'small hotel/guesthouse' experience. I booked this hotel in good faith, based on reviews I read online. Please note that I am an experienced...More
My friend and I stayed at the Jumeirah Gardens Guesthouse during a stopover on our way to Europe.
The Guesthouse is located in a quiet area - this means you pretty much have to take a taxi anywhere you want to go, but this does...More
Had a great stay at this small Boutique hotel off the beaten track of all the usual 5star properties in Dubai. I visit Dubai quite regularly and wanted something a little different. Had heard of this Gem through word of mouth from friends who live...More
We booked into this "boutique" hotel to celebrate our 1st wedding anniversary..after having trouble even finding the hotel, I was disappointed with the entire layout of the property. The pool is barely a paddling pool, we had to switch rooms because the room had a...More
I stayed on my way to australia
I was met very early from my flight so I could access my room straight away
The bedroom was good, the bathroom was awful, out dated and the shower head broke when i turned it on and nearly...More
It’s hard to believe that only a decade ago there was no marina. Opened in 2003, the man-made marina runs along a 3km stretch of shoreline. A heady mix of luxurious hotels, apartment buildings, and cafes, the marina hosts regular community events and markets, and is a wonderful place to while away an afternoon or evening. Spectacular at night when the skyscrapers glisten, here you can enjoy dinner on the beach next
to the sea, or visit a high-rise bar in a hotel for a magnificent view across the Gulf and the man-made Palm Island, with the world-famous Atlantis Hotel at its end. The Walk at Jumeirah beach Residences is a pedestrianized stretch leading to a new development: The Beach. It’s one of the few places where Gulf nationals mix with tourists and Western ex-pats. It’s a popular place to show off your supercar for an evening, so watch out for Lamborghinis, Maseratis, and Ferraris in abundance.