InterContinental Dubai Festival City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Dubai Festival City
Awesome hotel, great friendly staff. easy access to airport and city. Has connecting mall with great waterways restaurants.
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... was a spice souk and a fish market we had to pass on also. Famous Landmark #6 Burj Al Arab This building is the world's only seven star hotel. The 'World's Most Luxurious Hotel". That is why we were not allowed in. It is built on it's own island so the shadow it casts doesn't interfere with nearby buildings. It is built to resemble the shape of a dhow. Interesting fact- Tiger Woods drove a golfball off the helipad in 2004 as a PR stunt. ...
... nearest dune and survey the scenery which was absolutely stunning. It really looked exactly like we expected the desert to look like, with these undulating mounds of reddish sand as far as the eye could see. After a few minutes of hanging out we had finally assembled the rest of the vehicles, about 15 in total, so we mounted up and began the off-road portion of the evening. For some of us in the car this was great fun and our driver quickly took each groan, gasp or squeal ...
... and sooooo cheap, the men selling it not so fab, just a bit to over friendly...... after the fish market we wondered around the dock watching these fantastic old boats getting loaded with all sorts of stuff, fridges, heaters, drinks, pallets of rice, no idea were it was all going the boats don't look like they cold make a long ocean trip.
Overall I was amazed with Dubai, three days was probably enough but I would definitely stop over again.
... are also given an opportunity to get a henna tattoo and smoke a shisha while watching a live belly dance performance around a camp fire. Once the tour had finished the tour guides then dropped me back off at the Hotel Ibis Deira City Centre at about 9pm.
Sundowner Dune Dinner/Desert Safari: This was the best activity I did during my stay in Dubai, there was ...
... over £50 (there were only 4 of us!) we decided it was best to go back to our apartment and chill out by the rooftop pool and relax for the rest of the afternoon. In the evening we headed out for dinner and a few more drinks, finishing the night off in Trader Vic's with some of the most delicious, but potent cocktails we've ever had. The party continued back at the apartment into the wee small hours as there was much catching up to do! After a few short hours of ...