Truly a great idea to break that tedious journey, relax and sleep and set off again refreshed and relaxed. Staff were courteous without exception, but I would like to commend especially the porter who was concerned to hear that we had lost an item of value somewhere between London and Dubai. on his ...
Nice hotel, close to airport. Bar charges extortionate, but this is Dubai today. Breakfast acceptable.
Its in a great location for golf and nights out to the local expat bars,as well as having its own great bar called Biggles. Large shopping malls are all very close and the airport is not far away either, 10mins
Its a beautiful location and a very nice hotel with well mannered staff.
An absolutely wonderful resort which we would highly recommend. The facilities are fantastic esoevially the heated outdoor pools and the spa is superb. The beach is gorgeous and the water so clear amd also faitly shallow so safe for swimming and for families. The best thing about this hotel however ...
If you want quiet luxurious relaxation this is the place. Dubai is clean, modern, safe but WA is on the palm perifery away from the crowd but close to the city. Recommend half board so there's no need to leave it.
The Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre at Dubai Airport can accommodate up to 800 guests. Boasting 12 meeting rooms and parking for 500 vehicles, it is also equipped with the latest technological support and unrivalled hospitality.
Dubai has a vibrant dining scene and features cuisine from all over the world. Arabic food is very popular but South Asian and Chinese food are also top choices of tourists and locals alike. If you want to eat on the beach, then try The Beach Bar and Grill, which features a Moroccan themed dining room. Remember that alcohol sale is tightly regulated.
The Dubai Mall is one of the largest shopping centres in world. It welcomed over 65 million visitors in 2012 and has over 1,200 shops. Bargains can be found at the markets of Dubai, with the Gold Souk being the most famous of all Dubai's markets. There are plenty of opulent hotels nearby all the major shopping areas so you can quickly rest your tired legs in comfort after an exhausting day of shopping.
At 270 metres in length, the Dubai fountain is the world's largest dancing fountain; it shoots a jet of water up to 150 metres high and shows begin every 30 minutes. Camel racing at the Camel Race Track is an unusual but fun activity with winter races held on Thursdays and Fridays. You get the chance to visit the camels in the paddocks as well as watch the racing.
Football and cricket are the most popular sports in Dubai; in football Dubai is represented by five teams in the UAE Pro League. Horseracing is also very popular and Dubai hosts the Dubai World Cup, a prestigious horse race held at the city's Meydan Racecourse.