Champs - Elysees Hotel
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... feature is its size; it's absolutely enormous, at least 400 metres end to end and very lavish with a fine dining, sleeping lounge, kids play room, café, regular lounge, smoking, etc. sections. Everything is complimentary. Unfortunately for me I don't feel like enjoying any of the luxuries, I had breakfast just before landing in ...
DUBAI UAE Arrived in Dubai May 24th 2014, 3.45 am, 32 degrees,after 13.5 hour Qantas flight from Melbourne. Dubai airport is modern and slick,very impressive.Thankfully our transfer car was waiting to take us to the Sofitel Hotel Jumeirah Beach overlooking the ocean!We freshened up and headed for a sumptuous buffet breakfast before being collected for the Merchant City tour at 8.30am. Much of modern Dubai has been built in under 10years.The architecture ...
... than 400 tourists in Toyota Land Cruisers from different companies driving to the camp where we all had dinner and a “traditional” Arabic dance show. Another good example of stage authenticity, meaning they tried to copy to local culture to create an impression of authenticity for the tourist audience. At least the food was great and the experience unforgettable.
... Burj al Arab otherwise known as the ‘Sail’.
The evening at Burj al Arab can only be described as fantastic. The interior of the building is quite breath taking with massive atria, water features and huge tanks full of colourful corals and tropical fish. Our restaurant was not quite at the top (the ‘sky view restaurant’) but we were on the 27th floor so we could look up into the floor of the helipad and ...
... off we went. Through a fancy hotel, to the back drive, into a golf cart for a
short ride, then into this amazing pop-up nightclub that was erected over the
pools, complete with Chihuly chandeliers, gogo dancers, hookahs, a parade of
staff holding what I was informed were $2000 a pop bottles of booze with
sparklers in them being delivered to the lounge cabanas and people from all
over the globe. The only thing, and now this makes sense out of the ...