Al Salam Hotel

Al Arouba street , Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Al Arouba street , Sharjah, is near Sharjah Aquarium, Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, and Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah).
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Sharjah

A Tale Ends with a Gallipoli Salute

A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 27, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... ago. The Gallipoli visit has been a fitting way to end our trip through Turkey. The Turks have a commemoration Plaque at ANZAC Cove written by their leader in 1934 which says it all. One cannot blame the Turks for fighting for their beloved motherland, the majority of them farmers. They won against all odds against countries who showed arrogance, greed and senselessness. It's just a crying shame our poor ANZACS had to experience the full brunt of it. "LEST ...

Day 174 - Bored in the UAE

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 23, 2014

... of broken sleep, to really make a dent in this waiting time.

I tried to charge my phone, so I didn't have to ration battery life quite so much. Ironically, for a place called Sharjah, none of the charger sockets worked! My laptop still had plenty of battery, so I decided to watch the Men Who Stare at Goats. This time, I did not have any company!

I was starting to get a bit restless now, so ended up doing a few circuits of the small airport to ...

Two Burj's in a Day

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 23, 2013

8 photos

... and beaches. I had a very difficult knowing where to exit last time but at least now we have commentary and music so we'll know where to go.

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We pass the Jumeria Beach which costs to get into it, pass the Burj Al Arab, pass the Wild Wadi Water Park, and finally we turn into the Palm. The Palm is a development that was poured into the sea and built up from the sea floor bed. it is shaped like a large palm tree and at the very end of ...

The never ending journey.........

A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 04, 2013

7 photos

... ringgits left and she highly recommend Reece's Pieces, a yummy American confectionary of peanut butter coated in a candy shell. That and a bag of JellyBellys saw the end of my Malaysian money. On our way onto the plane Jacqui was pulled aside and told they needed her seat and the lucky duck was upgraded. I was praying that the seat beside me would somehow remain empty but alas a young woman with two, I repeat two suitcases, plonked her sour face ...

Living Up to Hype

A travel blog entry by becklett on Jul 08, 2013

... far, it only has 16 stops but will eventually be expanded to include more. The red line, opened at 09:09:09 on September 9, 2009, has 29 stations and runs the entire length of the city, above ground parallel to Sheikh Zayed Road and essentially the Arabain Gulf coastline. Eventually, it will run all the way to the border with Abu Dhabi. I would expect that if I visit again in 5 years, there will be at least 2 additional metro lines running throughout Dubai.

There are 3 types ...