City Premiere Hotel Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Premiere Hotel Apartments Dubai
On arrival at the hotel early on the morning we found extra charges and taxes were required for early entry, which were not mentioned when the booking went through. The room was very large and really ideal for our use. The staff were very helpful and always willing. Cleanliness was average and the floors were sticky. Please remember that you will have to bring yout T Towels, salt / pepper, dishwashing and cleaning utensils and detergent. We found the Knives in the wooden block with blades as if they had been in a battle. That aside and after adjusting for this we found the location ideal and we had a good time. Free wifi was great. Taxis are cheap, but watch for the concierges wanting to get you to use the Lomo's which cost more. The Metro is only about 400 meters away and is a great experience. If you have queries there - the staff are really helpful. Supermarkets are very close. The washing machine worked well as did the other appliances. Would probably use again knowing whats required.
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