Loyalty Inn Al Maha Regency

King Faisal Street, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on King Faisal Street, Sharjah, is near Al Qasba, Aljazeera Park, Sharjah Natural History Museum and Desert Park, and Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Sharjah

    A Tale Ends with a Gallipoli Salute

    A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 27, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... As he returns to safety the battle continues. We reach ANZAC Cove Memorial. It's a strange, eerie kind of feeling looking out towards the sea, looking up the beach, imagining ..... just can't. Praying for these young men, the majority slaughtered. We walk around from the main memorial site along the beach to ANZAC Cove. What a privilege to walk and ponder. It's quiet, it's peaceful. The area is an absolute picture with its coastal beauty, how different it was ...

    Day 174 - Bored in the UAE

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 23, 2014

    ... there watching the screen without the sound.

    I decided it was about time for some breakfast. This did at least turn out to one saving grace - the food court was good. I had a chicken Biryani for breakfast, which seems to be eaten day and night in the Emirates, from my brief and limited experience. It was a really good biryani, served with a vegetable curry, lime pickle and some yoghurt. Pleasantly full, after a hearty breakfast, I managed to get about ...

    Two Burj's in a Day

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 23, 2013

    8 photos

    ... opposite direction of where we want to go. If you've never been here, the town stretches for miles down the coastline from where the original settlement and the creek and the original business district was. When I was last here, I took a local bus where women are allowed on first and get to sit in front. But the road I was riding on then was completely barren on both sides. Now there is something everywhere, apartments, shops, stores, garages, ...

    The never ending journey.........

    A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 04, 2013

    7 photos

    The penultimate leg of our journey started with a long wait in the hotel cafe. I don't think any of us were up to walking or exploring anymore so we made ourselves comfortable and settled in until our 10.30 PM pick up to KL airport which I might add, is a long way from the city. Check in was quick and painless and we wiled away the time in another cafe as our flight wasn't until 2 am. There's not much open late at night in an airport but Sheryl and I ...

    Living Up to Hype

    A travel blog entry by becklett on Jul 08, 2013

    ... trouble understanding how much I needed to put on a ticket. I planned to only buy a one way ticket, but things were priced in zones, so I did the only thing I could-went to the ticket counter. I bought the ticket and then went down another escalator to wait at the platform for the next train.

    There are only 2 lines in the Dubai metro system and they are very new. The green line, the one I rode first, was just opened in 2011 and runs underground and parallel to the Dubai ...