Angsana Dubai

Address: Sheikh Zayed Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the المركز التجاري area of Dubai, is near Dubai Museum, Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, Emirates Towers, and Dubai Zoo.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Dubai Opulence (and other hospital stays!)

      A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 20, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... around the back aisle so that he could move over, went to the other side, belted myself in, turned to him—and at the same time, we both gave each other a ‘high five”, laughed aloud, and the flight took off. It was just him, me, and a removable leg. Not only was that light-stuff for me to handle (although I should say that I “handled it “ as if I ran around the airplane with someone’s fake appendage in my arms), but it also put my hospital ...

      Hop on, Hop Off Bus in 39 degree heat-tough stuff

      A travel blog entry by patalanharrigan on Aug 25, 2014

      20 photos

      Only 39 degrees today. Up and at 'em early. Headed off to Dubai Mall, hoping to go up the Burj Kakifa, the World's tallest building. No go - 400 dirham per person if no reservation so made a reservation for tomorrow morning for 125 dirham per person. Strange that.

      Bought tickets on the hop on, hop off bus for 48 hours and a night tour of Dubai. Big day. First stop Jumierah Mosque. ...


      A travel blog entry by tnevin70 on Jul 09, 2014

      6 photos

      Spent the afternoon by the pool and water park. There are not many other sensible options that don't involve air conditioning in the heat here. We are in the middle of Ramadam so the locals are fasting from sunrise to sunset. Some restaurants are open for visitors but they have to be boarded up or have their curtains drawn so you cannot be seen eating ( I have included a picture). It is also an offence to eat in public until ...

      Malls and dunes

      A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Jul 01, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... you cannot show your shoulders or knees.
      I was wearing a t-shirt and a skirt (above knee) and you should've seen the looks I was getting!!! They also have a policy of no holding hands and no public affection either.
      We learnt as well, that during Ramadan it is illegal to eat or drink in public (unless it's after dusk) - So this includes water too. We've found that very hard to get used to, as number one it's scorching hot all the time so we need lots ...

      Stinkin hot

      A travel blog entry by mickle777 on May 14, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... li>In our very nice hotel room I managed to get in an hours snooze before meeting the Arabian Adventures consultant at 1000. We wanted to know where to go for authentic cuisine, jewellery, the tipping rules (unknowingly stingy at the start of our Italy trip 3 years ago until we got the hang of it). We were only interested in the Souk half day trip but she said we were so close to it that we should do it ourselves. Poor girl did not get a sale.