Bavaria Executive Suites Bur Dubai

Al Mankhool Road Kuwait Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the أم الشيف area of Dubai, is near Sundowner Dune dinner/Desert Safari, The Emirates Golf Club, Abu Dhabi Golf Club, and Lama Desert Tours & Cruises L.L.C..
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBavaria Executive Suites Bur Dubai

Reviewed by chris-roisin

Great location

Reviewed Nov 1, 2011
by (3 reviews) Widnes , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We arrived at the hotel at 12noon and were able to check in straight away. The staff we met were all pleasant and helpful. Suite 1401 was large, clean and comfortable. It consisted of a living room with sofas, TV and dining table, a large fitted kitchen, a large bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a cloakroom and utility room. Ideal for an extended stay. The kitchen included all utensils, a new fridge/freezer, microwave and 2 ring hob.
The location s great as it is about 400metres from Al Karama metro station, has a bus stop right outside and a large supermarket within a 10 minute walk. It is a 10 minute car ride from Dubai airport.
The only negative is that breakfast is only served from 8am

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TripAdvisor Reviews Bavaria Executive Suites Bur Dubai

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

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