Panorama Hotel Deira
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Panorama Hotel Deira
TripAdvisor Reviews Panorama Hotel Deira Dubai
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... went through a cafe on the 2nd floor and saw the most amazing views outside with the fountain which wasn't worked, and the tallest building which we will be going up tomorrow. Great supermarket in the mall with exotic fruits from around the world. I might have to have another look at some stage. Bought a jacket, stuffed fruit, floatable dog toy on a rope which might be a present for someone (yes I do have enough dog toys!), and of course a few ...
... she had to have her 9 year old car repainted in order to pass the inspection. So -- it isn't just that they want their city to be beautiful, they require even the cars to look good. Dubai is absoutely clean with flowers, trees and green areas all over -- all watered with water provided via desalination of sea water. Aside from those with work visas, there are people who are given visas to live in Dubai because they purchased expensive property (more than ~$500 ...
... their seat belts. Paul spent the whole trip with the seat about 6 inches from his nose! We dubbed the fellow 'lay back Larry'. Could only laugh. Chuckled about him all the next day! The day we decided to go to Gozo who should walk out of the hotel?! Lay back Larry dragging his younger, overseas born lady after him! ***********tain ourselves! He was always pushing to be first in a line, or best seat ...
... on the ground in Newark. I would have kissed the ground, but then remembered what it’s like to be hospitalized for infection, and waited for my dad and brother to get me. Trip done. Mark toast.
In all, it was clearly productive for business, albeit Kuwait was DOA. And I met some fascinating people (as I always do when I go out into the world, because people are just plain cool!) The Middle East was not what I expected in terms of “character” of each of ...
... br> The park was incredible. We spent hours there, travelling around the rapids on our floating plastic rings, and going on all of the water rides. Despite it bring quite busy, it never felt over crowded, with the longest queue for any ride being about 5 to 10 minutes.
The boys decided that the first ride yo go on should be something called “the leap of faith” - if the name doesn't already send shivers done your spine, then perhaps the official description will ...