Landmark Hotel Riqqa
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Great service and close to the subway at a reasonable price.
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Dubai is one of 7 principalities in the United Arab Emirates and only 17% of the people here are locals. Over 70% are from the Indian subcontinent and you rarely see Emiratis on the street - they go around in chauffeur driven limousines.
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