TIME Oak Hotel & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
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... Oil revenue first started to flow in 1969. Dubai's oil revenue helped accelerate the early development of the city, but ...
... but this time we didnt do customs - hotel was great, after 26 hours with no sleep 7 hours in the sack was welcome, as was the shower. Arriving at Dubai at 11pm gave us no idea how busy the airport would be - it was quiet as a tomb at night. This morning it was really busy. No time for breakfast, check out then down the lift, catch the airport train to terminal three , then walk for 15mins to the plane. A super large modern terminal that looks like a very long beduin tent ...
... is going to check on them once a week, but we thought we would try to make it as easy as possible. The answer is good old vacation feed blocks (but an updated version in gel rather than plaster). When we got home we noticed the (dodgy) gas heater had turned off again. Wrong! Actually the power to the whole neighbourhood was off. Hmm, we need to shower; Liz's jeans are a sodden mess in the washing machine - and ...
... area at 1.30am with very low hopes of getting on a flight to KL - when suddenly an amazing staff member presented me with a boarding pass!! I couldn't believe it!!! I felt like giving her a big hug but gave Steve one instead. Feeling very, very lucky that this next step had come together I ran to the boarding gate and got on just before takeoff. It was a very full flight- but there was a seat and a glass of bubbles for me!! Yay. Definitely time to sleep now! Thanks ...
... the restaurants but they don't accept any diners until after 6.30pm. Luckily for us (as we are always hungry as you know) we stopped in at trusty Nandos (which is part of our hotel) and they were serving - they just pull the blinds on all the windows and doors, really strange to get used to. (You can eat in the hotels too - the eating area is blocked off by curtains so the public can't see).