Bonnington Jumeirah Lakes Towers
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The heat on arrival was unbelievable, unlike anything I had felt before. It literally felt like you were stepping into an oven, cooking from the inside.
Our first stop was our hotel which we had changed prior to departure to be south side, closer to the main attractions. After checking in we were quickly back out seeing the sights of Dubai …
... with me as the Hostess said it was ok!!!! OMG how lovely is Business Class, I had a class of Champagne, that ended up being four or five as the hostess just kept refilling it!!!!! The meal I had was to a good restaurant standard - delicious! Served on a white table cloth on real crockery!!!!!! The chairs went well back and were extremely comfortable to sleep! Shame it was only a 4.5 hour flight!!!!
... to mimic the sail of a traditional Arab dhow. The hotel cost $650 million to build. At 321 metres (1,053 ft) and 60 floors, it was the world's tallest building used exclusively as a hotel until the completion of the Rose Rayhaan by Rotana in 23 December 2009, also in Dubai.Burj al ArabThe design features a steel exoskeleton wrapped around ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBonnington Jumeirah Lakes Towers Dubai
Very large room equipped with all the modern day equipment. It also has a stone bath and amazing rain shower.
Location was less central than we had first assumed however not difficult to get around as there is an abundance of taxis, trains and shuttles.
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