East Coast Hotel Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of East Coast Hotel Apartments
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews East Coast Hotel Apartments Fujairah
Travel Blogs from Fujairah
... minutes before we arrived. After the toilet stop we drove through Sharjah and out into the desert spotting the occasional camel. The next stop was at the Friday Market which was about a kilometre of stalls along each side the road selling fruit, vegetables and carpets. The market was just as the desert ended and the Hajar mountains just near the town of Masafi which we then drove through on the way to Dibba which is on the border with Oman. We ...
... had to hold on tight so it could get on. Once I got on the camel made funny sounds because I think I kicked it but who knows. We then went into the campsite where we did Henna painting ( it looks like a tattoo) then we had food!!!!!!! ( I liked that) It was all traditional and SPICY!!! Then we watched an amazing dancer who spun around for 10 minutes and didn't stop so that was cool. After him a belly dancer came out and showed us how fit she was. Then we went ...
... He dresses like a sort of Italian version of Timmy Mallet but where a Timmy Mallet doesn’t really serve any purpose to anyone over 5 years old, Joe Magic is a dab hand at arts and craft and Roisin was his star pupil 2 years ago. He remembered Roisin and with great fondness of a long lost niece, greeted her with open arms and a cry of ‘Bella! Bella!’
As we exited the theatre at about 10:15pm we noticed a crowd gathered on deck so we ventured ...
... is determined to take us to the beach so instead of heading back towards Dubai, he is heading further up the coast. He passes an old mosque and fort and slows briefly but then continues on. We ask where we are heading and he keeps saying something about the beach. We finally put the squash on it and let him know we are not eager to go to the beach so we stop for lunch at a chicken place. My hubby finally hits the nail on the head - we will ...
... objects (the 7 emirates). We saw 1 large oil lantern surrounded by 7 smaller ones; 1 large sailboat surrounded by 7 dolphins; 1 large clay pot surrounded 7 smaller ones-the difference being that the smaller pots were proportionally sized based on the size of the emirates. The 3 larger pots represented Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah respectively. In Fujairah, one roundabout contained 3 sharks, again representing the 3 largest emirates.
We drove along the coast for ...