Lotus Hotel Dubai

Address: Al Rigga Road, Dubai, 63833, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the المرقبات area of Dubai, is near Jumeira Beach and Park, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Palm Islands, and The Dubai Heritage Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Dubai

    Dubai

    A travel blog entry by janetsblog on Jul 21, 2015

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    ... man-made ski slope/winter fun park, very busy and open till midnight! The Dubai Metro at the other end if the Mall is a driverless, fully automated rail network. We go for a "check out" and plan a trip tomorrow to the 2nd largest Mall in the World (Dubai Mall), and the highest building in the world (Burj Khalifa.) Jury still out on everyone ascending the highest building!! Look round the Mall on our way back through to Hotel, and then drop stuff in our room and ...

    Dubai - Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on May 28, 2015

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    ... a bit of trouble fitting the front panniers to both bikes. Annette's handle bars didn't fit as well as they should. That's a job for the morning when I check over both bikes. We decided to catch the train to our accommodation cars we, well, actually Annette had organized to meet the lady at 4pm. After getting directions and maps, we made our way to the ticket kiosk and had made the purchase when we advised by The Train Controller that we ...

    Day Thirteen - Bur Dubai

    A travel blog entry by romney39 on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... coffee and tea served in the traditional ways. While we were having breakfast, a young Emirati girl served as our host. She gave us a whole pile of information regarding the traditional local lifestyle. She also gave us carte blanc to ask any questions we choose. Some of the group asked great questions which made for interesting answers. Of course being a Government run program, we needed to remember she is ...

    On the Treatment of Women in the Middle East

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on Feb 27, 2015

    Treatment of Women in the Arab World

    I look around here in the Middle East in 2015 and can't help but notice the attitudes toward and treatment of women. I should be respectful and preface my comments by saying that while I am a guest and humble observer in this county it is not my place to tell others how to live and that is certainly not the point of this writing entry. But part of the reason why foreign teachers are asked to come overseas to the Middle East is because ...

    24 hours later...

    A travel blog entry by rspaven on Jan 16, 2015

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    ... t argue with that thank you very much. Having wandered around downtown dubai in search of the burj khalifa (didn't have to look too hard) I was fascinated by the 'strip' of highrise that then dissipated immediately into very basic buildings behind. The majority of the area looked a bit like a big building site. I'd be intrigued to know what other people think who've visited before. Now, however, it's time for a the pool and the roof terrace! Sorry ...