Only a short stay but once again an excellent one, and again upgraded to a club room. Had minor issues with the room, tv kept switching off and the curtains closed when the door was closed. I reported these to maintenance and what is most important, the issues were very quickly addressed and fixed. Further very minor issue, no Kirin beer in Crossroads bar, but the Italian beer was also very good and the first one on the house.
Had afternoon tea in the lounge also excellent. All staff are so willing to help without exception, there is no doubt in my mind this is the only hotel to sty in Dubai.
We stayed there 4 nights stop over, not far from the airport and main shopping centres.
Because our dollar is so low we had to shop around for food,we couldn't justify $40 per person per day just for breakfast.
Maybe next time.
Also they charge for wifi , very strange to charge for wifi in Dubai hotels.
Not a bad hotel.
excellent value for money, rooms easily worth around 200U$ whereas we got for 120$ considering its a five star hotel, marvellous location for going anywhere in Dubai, friendly neighbourhood with restaurants, supermarket, metro, money changer, metro station all nearby. one small market by the name Lamcy Plaza is 7min walk, starbucks and bank in hotel premises, and WAFI city (big mall) also near.
hotel ambience is very nice and coffee shop buffet spread and Indian restaurant are world class. concierge, reception and house keeping were extremely helpful and this would be my recommendation to all who are looking for a hotel around 150-200U$
Our bathroom ceiling leaked, broken water pipes! but was quickly moved to another room. Small but clean rooms. Tempatures everyday, 44 degrees+. Pool was excellent to cool down. Expensive alcohol drinks!!
This is a good hotel close to meena bazar has 24 hrs choithram super market just opposite it. Metro station is close by. Has indian market meena bazar very close to it. Ideal place for indian families specially.
The main administrative and shopping district, Bur Dubai contains some of Dubai's oldest buildings. Bastakiya is a carefully restored 'heritage quarter' of narrow alleys and courtyard houses cooled by wind-towers. Sheikh Maktoum's House (now a museum) is a fine example of 19th-century Arabian architecture. The nearby Dubai Museum offers a succinct account of the Emirate's history, while the Heritage & Diving Village recreates its maritime past.