InterContinental Dubai Festival City
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
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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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... the shiny part of town, I spent the next day lazing by the pool before Emma's guided tour of the beach area, checking out the fancy hotels, 'The Palm' development with its huge villas, a lazy sunset near the marina, the Burj al Arab (at around $140 for High Tea, we didn't indulge!), and finishing up with dinner at the Madinat Jumeirah, a huge waterfront resort. The previous night we had tucked into ...
... very little difference. Arrive at the Burj khalifa, there is a two tier payment system, you can pay a large wad of cash to go around two thirds of the way up (this option is sold out) or you can pay a ridiculous amount of cash and go to the top. Our thought is, this time next week we'll regret it if we don't do it and nobody has been on face book to say we shouldn't, so we're going. This is a seriously tall building, from memory around 850M, so getting on for a ...
... up about 9pm where a convoy of cars sedately drove back out of the desert to the first gate we entered, parking in a grid to line up and get the air pressure adjusted back in the tyres. Then off we headed back to the city arriving back at our hotel at 10.15pm. A very different experience to tick off. Definitely had to shower off all that sand and face felt like it had been sandblasted. Another great day planned tomorrow heading off to the capital city of UAE. Abu ...
... going up to the rooftop garden on top of the hotel for a beer (EFES Dark-- very acceptable). The view was exceptional. The hotel is within 150m of The Blue Mosque and from the rooftop of the hotel it is quite imposing and spectacular. As is the view to the east and south over the Sea of Marmara. We both were feeling pretty travel weary and retired ...
... holding a falcon, riding a camel, I got a henna tattoo on my foot, we dressed up in traditional arab costumes and there was of course the traditional arab food which was really nice.
Before dinner there was belly dancing and then after dinner we had a guy dancing in a lit up outfit. It was a nice vibe at the camp and we thoroughly enjoyed our safari.