Abidos Hotel Apartment - Al Barsha
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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If you Search a good and comfortable place to rest after your business ; this is the suitable place , you only need to do a Research but quickly this place is too popular..
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In the morning we worked on our power points and M and D exercised. Later we hopped in a car to go to the beach with a couple from the US, they were also staying at our hotel. At the beach we swam, hunted for seashells and played catch! The water temp was perfect not to cold not to hot just ...
... of the famous island in the Bahamas, this hotel is able to claim a very sought after designation in a city full of biggest, best and most expensive. The Atlantis is home to the most expensive hotel suite in the Middle East. At we approached the building we learned that the suite which makes up the bridge between the two towers of the hotel costs upwards of $30,000 USD per night to rent during the high season, and there really isn’t much of an ...
... were all lit up with coloured lights it was quite a spectical, very special. We all eventually left the restaurant at 10pm!!!! Whilst David and I got a taxi home, all the others went to a night club! We got to Steve's and were in bed within the hour, I'm quite a restless sleeper and David just snores!! After a while David tossed and turned a bit and the bed started making a strange noise, so we both got up and had a look under the ...
... into sweltering 40 degree heat and started sweating immediately. We struggled to find our hotel as there were loads and when we asked direction we got told a variety of answers. We found it, realising we had walked a full square around it and entered the lobby sighing in relief as the AC hit us. We were told our room wasn't ready and would be half an hour so after checking in we went for lunch. The food was really nice, mainly Lebanese style and after filling our stomachs we ...
... Bellagio ones so we needed to come back after dark to see that, it doesn't run during the day during Ramadan. It was past lunchtime by then and with no food or drink in sight we headed back to a hotel for a sneaky bite, again from the supermarket. We had a swim in the deserted pool which was bath temperature then a shower and decided to hit the gold/spice / textile Souks down the other end of the train line in Deira. Bad idea! ...