Holiday Inn Dubai - Al Barsha
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Dubai - Al Barsha
I got sick from food poisoning before getting to the hotel. I told them when I got there I was sick. They did EVERYTHING for me. The treatment was better than at a hospital. I cannot speak highly enough about the staff. Nadia, Younus, Mani, Awais, Mehboob. And every other staff member. All gems!!!
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