Number One Tower Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNumber One Tower Suites Dubai
Number One Towers has a great location, very central to the Train, very close to Burj Khalifa, lots of food around the area, great coffee shop with cakes and burgers. Room was a good size, small kitchen, only problem we had was the view! The signage on the building blocked the view from everything, Apart from that, bed was good, pillows great and also was the breakfast!
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... to Dubai Mall which is bigger than the Mall of the Emirates. Apart from visiting some of the hundreds of shops and eateries you can: go ice-skating, ride a roller-coaster, see a dinosaur skeleton, visit an aquariam and underwater zoo, and they even have Timmies! If you get tired you can hire a mall taxi to drive you around the shops!
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I will include a couple more and type no longer because it's late, I'm full of sand and I have to get up early tomorrow. Tell more desert adventure stuff tomorrow.
PS. Pretty well done with the quiz. Between all those who responded all the questions have been correctly answered although no one person had them all ...