Grand Excelsior Sharjah

Address: King Faisal Street, Sharjah, 61191, United Arab Emirates | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on King Faisal Street, Sharjah, is near Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah), and Sharjah Heritage Museum.
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      The Heritage City of Sharjah

      A travel blog entry by niranjan on Mar 09, 2015

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      We (me and Srinivas) reached Sharjah around 11am.

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      A travel blog entry by niranjan on Mar 11, 2015

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      Im gonna burst

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... Dubai mall is gigantic and i ended up getting lost. Walked around the same bit 3 times until i finally realised the metro entrance was inbetween two shops, i kept going straight on because thats what the signs said, confusing. The walk from the mall to the metro is pretty lengthy aswell so i was sweating like mad by this time. Get to ryans and canna get in building because they have dug up the whole of the courtyard, so i have to walk around this ...

      Dubai - it's hot, damn hot!

      A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... that only 20% of the 8,000,000 population is local, the rest being foreigners, mainly from India and Bangladesh. The foreigners are paid much less than a local, the difference being something in the range of a local would get paid 10000 dirhams compared to a foreigner getting 300 for the same job. But this is accepted as it is way more than these people would be able to earn at home. It all seems a bit odd and not really sustainable but that is how it is. A couple of ...

      One hump or two?

      A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on May 29, 2014

      3 photos

      ... options to keep me busy. I'm not sure whether I was happy to be back in Dubai or not, although knowing I'm here for just one night is a slight relief.

      After the longest airport walk ever to reach customs, I collected my bag and went to get a taxi. The heat, even at 11pm, was really intense. When I was directed to a taxi, it wasn't until I was inside that I realised it was one of the ...