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Me and the Mrs stayed here for the last
3 nights of our holiday. Big mistake! The place is so outdated and the room felt like a kitchen with the tiled floors. The bathrooms were stained and dirty with a constant foul odur. The taps...More
Who said there are no economic hotels in Dubai?
The trick is you have to get your own visa; but once in the country you don't need to stay in a 5 star hotel. This hotel is economic, and close to the channel, I wished...More
This hotel is a health risk. I booked 4 clients here and they say they were hit by the smell of urine the moment they walked in. It took more than 24 hours for them to be moved.
This hotel is not worth the price...More
I expected not so good room and service but in my surprise it's not bad at all. The rooms are clean and enough space for two single bed. The bathrooms are clean.With the budget price we paid its just worth what we paid.
There is one receptionist very rude. Rooms are in my grandma Era. I can't believe my experience in this hotel.photos of room are deceiving.i don't recommend this hotel to anyone. I stayed 3 nights in this hotel my last day was worst. My god I...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.