Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Today we went to the Burj Al Arab for 'High Tea'. This building is quite spectacular. Once you are inside the lobby there is gold (24 carat) everywhere. It's quite jaw dropping.... Our high tea was in the sky bar on the 27th floor and was like nothing else i have ever experienced. At one point i dropped my serviette (clumsy me) and the waiter was so quick to not only pick it up for me but replace it as it had touched the floor haha... The food of course was excellent (as ...
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Back onto the big bus we go. Continued seeing all the Sites around Dubai. Around 6pm we climbed the Burj Khalifa. We had been debating wheather or not to go up, simply because of the cost. I figured when you have the chance to go up the tallest building in the world, its too good an opportunity to turn down. So ahead we go! got inside the tallest and ...
When people talk about Dubai, they never tell you just how cold it is. Barely any time is spent outdoors during the day because of the extreme heat. But almost to compensate for it, the AC indoors is cranked all the way up everywhere you go. Pretty much everyday since we have been here, I have worn the spring jacket I brought for our next destination. And given that we are going in and out, from ...
... Landscaping crews work constantly to keep up the gardens and parks. I even saw workers vacuuming the sidewalks after the sand storm.There is no grafitti, litter or derelict building. The area where Ian and Alison live is very safe and the girls play outside every day.
The people here are very friendly and just about everyone speaks English, especially in stores and restaurants. I felt very safe walking around and had ...
... activities to build infrastructure. Electricity, telephone services, and an airport were established in Dubai in the 1950s and, in 1959, the emirate's first hotel, the Airlines Hotel, was constructed. This was followed by the Ambassador and ...