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Historical Traveler Reviews Ibis World Trade Centre Dubai
spent 4 nights at this hotel in january- had looked into many hotels in dubai but they were much more expensive.GOOD- for a cheap hotel (dubai prices) it offered a reasonable location (walking distance to the emirates towers- vu bar/noodle bar there excellent),could use leisure facilities of the novotel(about a 3 minute walk through the convention centre) for 20-30AED,free limited bus service into deira, taxis to deira 15AED, to jumeriah 30-35AED, breakfast ok- rubbery omelettes/cornflakes/fruit(was free though with emirates airline package), concierge staff were helpful.BAD- if you are looking for a large room/bathroom then rethink your hotel. but room was clean, view onto loading dock not too pretty.reception staff were mostly civil.
Basic but cheap and was Great for the Dubai 7's
Hotel is basic but is more than comfortable.
I arrived early and they had the room reday within 1-2 hours.
Bar and restaurant were fine. Could not fault the Guest Information guys - they were extreamly helpful with tours/taxi's.
The old saying applies here - YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. This hotel is cheaper than most in Dubai - but more than does the job.
On arrival we were told that there was a 20% additional charge for our 15 night stay costing us £250 extra.(unexplained)
Stayed at the Ibis for the weekend of the airshow it being the only hotel maintaining some semblance of a sensible price. Having driven up from Muscat, the first point to note is that the hotel car park is pathetically small and ill designed leading to the alternative of having to use the Convention Centre car park and walking. Not too bad when there's nothing on in the Centre but could be decidedly frustrating during a big exhibition. Second point to note is: no porter service (it is AED 475 per night after all). Check in efficient and friendly, securing us the no smoking room we had requested (by telephone as it didn't appear possible to request it online). Lobby spacious, clean, and elegant. Into the room; bit on the small side but, again, clean and elegant. TV but, ladies, no hairdryer. Bathroom is a lesson in maximising facilities in limited space but serves its purpose. Must have had very small cats in mind when calculating swinging radii. The main point of comment being that there were only two towels and they were of the thin, cheap variety. Still, they get you dry in a fashion. Breakfast buffet good value for AED 35; it might make Jamie Oliver upset but it fills you up albeit with tinned fruit and reconstituted juices etc. In the cooler weather, it was good to take breakfast outside by the dancing fountain water feature. The bar, Chianti's, was reasonably pleasant, reasonably priced, and served a good Stella. Peered through the glass at Cubo's restaurant and liked what we saw; however, we had an appointment with Mr G Ramsay and, in the local vernacular, were unable to avail of the facility. If the prices stay at this level during the increasing number of Dubai events, we'll definitely be back.
After a week in Mauritius we stayed for 3nts in Dubai. We chose the Ibis for it's location and average rating. The hotel itself was okay, but the room was dire! It was obviously a smoking room which had just been vacated prior to our arrival as it stank. The bathroom was the smallest I've ever experienced, and overall was not very clean. The hotel itself was ok though, the food served and the bar areas were fine. The staff were helpful but not overly so.
WEll good luck if you are brown skinned. Because they charge 200 AED extra just in case something breaks or you plan to take a few things away. They didnt even tell me that they were foinf to take a security deposit and charged my credit card with out linformaing me. The hotel is far away from the main spot you will need to spend ($5) to get to the center from where you can catch the tours. The breakfast is $11....and the rooms a bit small...I dont think Dubai has any decent 3 star hotel ..most hotels that say they are 3 stars are usually flea pits!!!... I dont think they know what 3 star means.
I stayed at the Ibis for 5 nights and without any doubt is one of the best 3 stars in Dubai, although I had a problem on check in that was sorted out 3 days later( Travel agent did not send the correct informations). anyway this hotel is a luxe for what you are paying,Rooms are clean and modern, Staff very helpful and nice breakfast, The hotel is a littel bite out of town but there is a free shuttel to the beach and town center, the Taxis are very cheap around £2.00 to town center or to the nearset beach.
The only negative point was that I asked a wake up call at 8am for the 5 days of my stay, I did have it only once.
Stay at this hotel, you will not have any surprise except being very well served and having a good value for money
Definately the nicest hotel in its class in Dubai. For the price, you are getting a truly nice hotel and excellent value. I was originally booked in the 4 star (DEFINATELY NOT a 4 star) Golden Tulip Aeroplane hotel and it was a dump. We were so turned off by that property that we moved to the Ibis and it was great. Brand new, very modern and spottless. Although the rooms are small they are VERY clean and very nice. There is a nice Italian restaurant on site and even a tour desk to arrange days tours such as a Desert Safari, which is a must in Dubai! The staff were very friendly and very helpful. Don't let the location turn you off...it's just off the very modern and very cool Sheikh Zayed Road. In my guidebook it said this hotel was a bit out of the way, but taxi's are cheap and you are handy to both Dubai and Jumeirah. The only thing I didn't like about this hotel was that they claim to have NO rooms in the entire hotel with 2 beds! I was traveling with a friend and would have prefered my own bed, however we ended up having to share a queen size because the lady who checked us in told us all rooms in the hotel only have 1 bed...I thought that was a bit strange. Anyway anything was better than the Aeroplane Hotel!!
No thank you!!
I am usually used to staying in jumeirah beach hotel (which is amazing) but i was in dubai for a day and wanted to stay in the city. No other hotel was available so i stayed at the world trade centre hotel. I have to be honest, the service and staff were great. Very friendly and polite. I was very aware that the hotel was the 1st 5 * hotel in Dubai and it shows. The small room and dated deco gives the hotel a 2 star feeling. You are spoilt for choice in Dubai now, so for the same price you can do much much better.