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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... downtown area and the Marina and popped into the Mall of the Emirates to get an extra suitcase for the flight home and quench our thirst as there is no eating & drinking allowed in public during the day. Fortunately the mall had the food court condoned off behind a screen to allow expats and tourists the opportunity to have something to eat and drink. Tomorrow we head home to Durban after 4 weeks ...
... on our tour was the Dubai Mall. Of course the Dubai Mall is not the biggest in the world, to see that you must travel to Minnesota but our guide was quick to recover and told us that the Dubai Mall held a record that was arguably more important, it is the Most Visited mall in the world. Of course it is. As we made our way inside we were immediately overwhelmed by not only the size but the extravagance of the place. Every high end brand that you could imagine called this ...
... and stephen used to always have wee romantic lunch dates at Maria Bonitas when stephen worked onshore. Ryan being ryan liked it, i dont think there is any munch he doesnt and i was keen to try it out. Think this made alexs day. That and the fact he gets to see me again! The munch here was top notch but the only **** thing was the amount of flys, it was like i was in south america again. They did seem to give and authentic Mexican feel to the place. As today is ryans ...
... what felt like the last train from Dehli, it was packed. Luckily it was a non-stop train to Reading which involved just over an hour of listening to the two loud guys opposite natter away about life as doctors. Then it was the coach to Heathrow where we arrived with plenty of time to check in and thankfully rid ourselves of the big suitcases. It was through security and off to duty free to pick up a few essentials (with a quick spell in the "full body scanner" for ...
... the swim up bar to work out our next plan. After a cool refreshment and Toby had his allocated sun exposure time we made our way back to the room to get ready to go to Bar 360 at Jumeriah Beach Hotel (another recommendation). Toby dressed himself in what he thought was smart casual - shirt, good shorts and thongs. In reception I laughed at him and he thought he should get changed but maybe the hunger from ...