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Overall a fantastic stay. We arrived at 9am, check in was 1pm. Hotel was busy. As we required a twin room, it took us to 1pm to get into our room. But the wait was worth it. The fantastic check in girl gave us an...More
worst place ever. pimps all around. poor amenities broken doors toilet and everything smelly and dirty. rubbish customer service. loud music very bad place . Reception staff unprofessional uneducated. Atmosphere of a red light district.
This is a budget friendly hotel. Close to al fahidi metro station. The atmosphere is good. The management is all desi. At one instance the waiter asked me "kya lega?" This needs to be resolved as customers should be treated with respect.
The wifi kept...More
a lot of working girls around bar and night club, even just want to drink beer was busy refusing with polite way. if you want to rest, never stay in 1 or 2 floor. till 3 am might noisy. stay upper floor.
The room itself is not not bad, but internet late afternoon or evenings can be very slow, and very often there is no connection.
Staff and management are very friendly and providing services always with a smile.
Air-condition was not working properly, sometimes not at...More
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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.
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It always depends on the availability of the room on the floor you want when booking a room you need to tell them your preference and hotel tries its best to give you your preference or a better choice,
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"Go see and book. If you go direct they will say its 800 dhms and book online which is cheap."