La Villa Najd
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews La Villa Najd Dubai
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... BMW Mini, to say thanks, which kind of shakes the champagne and flowers package. However, if you buy one of the top end villas, that comes with its own private beach, then the Mini turns into a Lamborghini roadster. Sweet deal. Don't ask what the villas actually cost, we didn't, because if you have to ask then you can't afford it. And anyway you wouldn't ask, you would have your people ask!
By the time we had spent two days looking and wondering and seeing ...
... togetherness over delicious iftar.
It is extraordinarily amazing experience to break your fast in the middle of sea where limitless exotic sea waves enchant you along with breathtaking backdrops. The Arabian Sea is an embodiment of the vibrant and dynamic nature of Dubai. The cool sea breeze soothes your senses, spectacular sceneries feast your eyes and serenity of the yacht fills you with sense of relaxation and comfort. Experience the warmth of ...
... see the Dubai Fountain and the Burj Khalifa at night. The Dubai Mall was massive - it has an iceskating rink and aquarium. Mum and I were lucky enough to go through the aquarium. Dubai's Metro only comprises of two lines at present but will be extended by 2020 for the World Expo. We caught the metro back to our hotel. Trains come every 4 minutes and are driverless. There's a designated Women's and children's carriage plus a gold class. The ...
... less) per month they can get a free house (up to 6 bedrooms) and have free water and electricity. I assume that the same marriage requirements are in place.
- 1 litre of petrol costs 43 cents
- 1 litre of water cost $1
- There are many chain hotels
- There are many chain fast food outlets such as Gloria Jeans, Starbucks, KFC, Subway, MacDonalds, Nandos, Chillis
... they aren't entertaining the crowds. They also feature on the money. Then it was time for some more dune bashing, and by this time Andrea was asking for a smoother ride (she didn't get one, though). After a quick stop for a few photos of the sand, we stopped to watch the sun set with over 200 other people spread across the dunes. It was at this point when I was giving up emptying my shoes of sand, that I happened to comment that "there's more sand than I expected" in this ...