Auris Boutique Hotel Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuris Boutique Hotel Apartments Dubai
The Auris was wonderful. Very clean and well maintained. The staff were fantastic, they could not do enough to please you. It was very easy to book all our tours in the lobby. The location is also very good. It is right next to the Emirates Mall and the metro station and a fairly short taxi ride away from everything else.
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I went out to Dubai to visit a friend of mine and also my partner (at the time) who had a weeks leave on his navy deployment. It was a completely spontaneous decision that required an awful lot of overtime to pay for (I only decided three months before I went) It is also where my story starts, my first holiday on my own as a grown up and where I …
... us with informative stories about the area. Along the way, we saw a flock of flamingos, a camel racing track, and the Dubai Outlet Mall. We got to the outskirts of the Wilderness Conservation Area where he deflated the tires which apparently is necessary for Dune Busting.
There we watched a show about falconry. This, along with the above-noted camel-racing, is one of the official sports of the UAE. The Sheiks used to have their own falcons and the ...
... the Burj Khalif for £20 its X4 that price on the door. But if suppose that’s one off the bucket list (Tallest building in the world)
Waking up this morning realizing im about to jump 13,000.00 feet from a plane :o Obviously nervous but also buzzing. Ive been told Sky dive Dubai and the Great barrier reef (Aus) are the best places in the world to jump. Sky Dive Dubai has many world records and Celebrity’s flock there to jump. I just ...
... also closed) was built in 1799 to guard the landward approach from the town. It would have served as a refuge for the inhabitants of the town in the event of an attack. Fahidi fort is a simple square high-walled structure with a round tower at each corner. Think Trumpton and there you have it!!
We checked the guide book for our next location, the Dubai Heritage Village. This was less than a mile up the Bur Dubai corniche. Sure enough, this didn’t open until ...
... the lobby time ticked by and there was no sign of our driver. The concierge kept calling the hotel but he wasn’t there. Great! I didn’t have the name of the company or a phone number to help work things out. Thankfully he did turn up. He’d been waiting at the hotel, Ro called him and told him where I was. His phone worked now, mine didn’t. He called me on the drivers phone to say he’d meet me at the front of the airport. He ...