Panorama Hotel Bur Dubai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPanorama Hotel Bur Dubai
We were only one night. The room were confortable and spacious, and the bathroom too. The stuff were kind and respectful. At the entrance of the Hotel there were a sort of Pub but closed before midnight.
A negative aspect, the breakfast was poor. In contrast, the hotel was near to underground (metro).
I strongly recommend it if you spend one night at Dubai.
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