Holiday Inn Downtown Dubai
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
Photos of Holiday Inn Downtown Dubai
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Downtown Dubai
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... walked miles. Some of the stores, a bookshop and a toyshop in particular were the largest I have seen. No food or drinks was being sold or consumed because of Ramadan, although Annie did see a Japanese couple eating an apple. We were told by the concierge before we left that if we wanted to even drink water we should do it discretely and this we did. As I said I set out from the bank with 55 dirham plus now £20 (I had some £ ...
... the one waving to us, but all the fish and wildlife were interesting and beautifully displayed. We returned to the hotel before catching yet another taxi ( thankfully they are reasonably cheap) back to an area near the mall where we had no trouble finding Nina Kickhefer. The restaurant was Thai and we sat on a balcony overlooking the Dubai fountains and immediately opposite the Burj Khalifa. It quickly became dark and every half hour ...
... Dubai Marina which was one of the larger, and newer housing projects in a city full of huge and new everything. As we craned our necks to look up at the multitude of skyscrapers that made up The Marina as well as the rest of the city that we could see, our guide explained to us that Dubai was home to 2,000 skylines (or really tall buildings) and over 50,000 flats and apartments. We then learned that these new projects all over town were the only place that foreigners could ...
... and even a Flamingo to hold up play on the 7th Tee. It is a brilliant setting, there aren't many golf courses in the world where you are playing up the 9th hole towards all the "gin palaces" moored in the Marina by the Clubhouse. As you can see in the photo below, Clare stole the show with her approach to the green, I think the captain on the bridge was worried when she shouted "Fore".
... hundreds of workers, but nothing getting done it seemed). In fact there are masses of migrant workers here involved in the construction of this very modern and young city and clearly Dubai has aspirations beyond the World’s Tallest Building and the Palm Island.
Once at the hotel we couldn't get the room for a few hours as it was relatively early, so we went and found the gardens and pool. As we'd been on a cramped plane ...