Marriott Executive Apartments Dubai Creek

Address: Rigga Al Buteen St, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the ديرة 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

    Getting closer to home

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 30, 2015

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    Well here we are sitting in the massive Dubai airport after completing the first leg of our journey home.

    The flight from Munich to Dubai was uneventful and another excellent experience of flying Emirates.

    This is the first time from Traci, Kate and Roy at Dubai airport, Nathan stopped here on his way back to Germany in December flying back from his dad's funeral and he had also passed through to and from Europe with his parents in ...

    Dubai - Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on May 28, 2015

    10 photos

    ... jump in a bike carriage that should have been at the rear of the train. So off we went, lifting down instead of up, onto the platform and down to the end of the train only to,find that the bike section was full of people. A chap said that there would be another train in 2 mins, so we waited. Only one problem. The bike carriage was at the front of the train. So up we went and success. In the bike carriage with both doors working and a ...

    Day Thirteen - Bur Dubai

    A travel blog entry by romney39 on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... they want us to hear. Interesting all the same. We then headed to the Dubai Museum. Simon and I had been through here before but the kids wanted a quick look. And it is quite quick, less than an hour will get you through everything thoroughly. The downside it that nothing has changed since we were last here. Some of the videos, for example, need to be updated to make this a slightly better experience. We then had ...

    On the Treatment of Women in the Middle East

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on Feb 27, 2015

    ... with them ideas and useful thinking skills that are helpful in creating new models for improving the lives of those here. Part of that is the acceptance of suggestions about change that is beneficial to all.

    And this works both ways too as I see things in the Arab world that are helpful and that I could bring back to my own country in attempts to improve life there. In particular I like and admire the Arab world's abstinence from alcohol and how that translates to ...

    THIS PLACE IS BONKERS!.........interim update

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Dec 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... by larger Arabic wallets in 2008 ( Saudi Arabia for one). As I look out across the cityscape I see huge buildings.........but unlike New York and Hong Kong there are no lights burning on the upper floors. Is this some gigantic ego trip for a select band of Arab Princes fuelled by the oil industry and perpetuated by the greed of the Western World?????? Who knows and how cares as we are off for a slap up meal and complimentary cocktails on the 10th Floor!!! . teIt ...