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First night in Dubai and we partied at Zinc night club at the Crowne Plaza, enjoying the free entry table and drinks. Until we had to but wine at £46 a bottle!!!
... with plantations of bananas, pineapples, mangoes, coconuts etc and of course lots of spice farms. We did an interesting visit to a spice farm and learned a lot about how the different spices were grown.
Also went through a coral cave where slaves were hidden prior to being shipped out of Zanzibar after slavery had been outlawed by the Sultan of Oman. Zanzibar was where the Sultan of Oman moved his capital in the ...
... an aquarium and of course the Burj Khalifa building. This building is the tallest man made building in the world. I took a tour to the top and you get to see all of Dubai. It very hard to see in the distance because of the haze but they don't have very many clear days outside the city due to the winds and dust. It is out in the middle of the desert. The work week here is from Sunday ...
... I had a fantastic afternoon and have only just now got back to my room at 11 pm local time. We went into the desert, joined another car load of people and went careering through the dunes, slipping, sliding, overthetopping and cascading down the sides of these sandy waves. We passed some camels and came to a halt outside a camp. I declined the offer of a camel ride. Been there, done that, and nothing will beat my ride on Lazy Daisy at UIuru. I equally waved away the options ...
... relaxation to the max! Had a nice Turkish dinner along the strip with over 300 restaurants. Let the kids sleep with blinds open 'cause look at all the pretty lights from the 37th floor! Packed and ready for a 6am cab to the airport. ...
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Well i have stayed in crowne plaza for a course ive been attending in one of its halls. The halls are great and large and very well kept. The crew is great and the rooms are just beautiful. I love the room service, just make sure you have your "dont disturb" sign outside the door and find the lock. its on the top right of the door by the way. (too small to be seen). Thats just so the room service ppl will know you are there and not try to open the door while you are in your bath robes :)
We stayed in Crowne plaza hotel 9 mar -13mar, we had booked into a 2 bedroom apartment suite and didnt really know what 2 expect, When we got to the hotel we were totally surprised at how beautiful it was, the rooms were massive and hotel was jst out of this world, with a choice of 12 restaurants, so we decided to eat at the wagamamma, the El fresco and the Steak house can not fault any of it, steak was deli!!we even tried the nighclub zinc , great weekend had by all,
Outstanding service at plaza
I stayed here from 4th to 10th of march 2006.
The hotel looks a bit old from outside, but once inside you can see everything is well cared for.
The staff are what makes the hotel, they can't do enough for you. We told them it was our wedding aniversary and we recieved a large cake, basket of fruit and various biscuits. Again we were disturbed by noise from one of the lower bars (get a high floor)on complaining the hotel offered to move us, we were leaving next day so instead they sent up 2 bottles of wine.
The hotel pool is a bit poor but the service again is good.
We found the position of the hotel great for the city and the beach.
All put together a great stay and well run hotel.
Dont judge by looks, great hotel!
I live in Dubai but I have roommates, and so when my boyfriend comes to visit me, we stay the Crowne. At first I had wanted to stay at the Fairmont, or something that looked more appealing than the Crowne. But the Crowne is so convenient, that we decided to give it a try. This is a WONDERFUL hotel. It has become a 2nd home. The rooms are spacious, and clean, and the wooden floors were a nice change. Our first room we had Versace couch and linen. Service is excellent, and I have no complaints. The hotel itself (inside) is beautiful and has many many restaurants and a popular night club to keep you entertained. It is worth the price, and take full advantage of the location of the most premium street in Dubai.
I have just returned from a week long break in Dubai with my family. We stayed at the Crowne Plaza, and had a fantastic time.
I have just spent 3 nights at the Crowne Plaza in Dubai. This is my 5th time staying there and I've always been impressed by the service and surroundings. Check in and out were fast and courteous. Housekeeping was unintrusive and efficient. I was pleased to see a complimentary plate of assorted fruit and sweets when I arrived at my room. Complimentary tea and coffee was replenished every day, sometimes twice. In room safe is always a bonus along with trouser press, hairdryer, plentiful toiletries, robe and slippers, 50 channel TV, complimentary newspaper and bottled water. Wonderful restaurants to choose from in the hotel and below on the shopping concourse. It is located on a major throughway, not within walking distance of anything interesting, but taxis are cheap in Dubai. All in all, a very pleasant stay.
Myself and family stayed at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dubai for 1 week over the xmas holidays. The service and standard of the hotel was excellent. We were upgraded to a family room on arrival which gave us more extra beds for the kids and play area in the room. The housekeeping were always available for whenever we need room cleaned. We received free complimentary water, chocolates and newspapers every day. Many restaurants on site - one of which was TGI Fridays which is excellent value for money. The burger meals start from AED 24 (Approx £4.00). There is also Wagamama, which is situated on ground floor. They serve chinese/japanese noodles and rice dishes. They both accept room delilveries. McDonalds and a mini shopping mall is also situated at the ground floor. For a tempting breakfast, the hotel serves International buffet everyday for only AED60 (£9.00)per person.
Had a great stay in this hotel with my wife in mid-September. We booked one of the new bedrooms, which have been redecorated with wooden floors. The whole look and feel is fresh and clean with a revitalised air of luxury to it.
I worked in Dubai on and off for six months and spent several weeks at the Crowne Plaza with colleagues.
We spent 12 nights at the Crowne Plaza. The first thing that strikes you is that it is in the middle of a VERY busy road but thats quite a good thing as you are never more than 15 minutes away from anything you want to visit and taxis are really cheap.