Pullman Dubai Deira City Centre
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Pullman Dubai Deira City Centre
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... an hour (no explanation) we finally took off. Thank god, was getting hot on the plane. Flight itself was quite smooth but let's just say who you have a large tour group on board who are very demanding, ignorant and have a language barrier can make things a little frustrating and annoying. 1 hour late to land at Heathrow and a very very long queue through customs, again with this pushy tour group, our organised transfer pick up very nearly left! Luckily we just caught him in time and ...
... to behold with very old timber vessels moored all along the very wide Dubai creek. Massive piles of boxed goods, plus loose produce is stacked along the wharf to be loaded onto the s boats. Vehicles delivering and collecting goods, along with hundreds of port workers add to the apparent Raferty Rules that seem to exist for the precinct. In addition to all of the above, we viewed the beaches, privately owned mansions set on large parcels of land behind large ...
... had to pay my fee plus hers, leaving us with only £5 between us for the next 4 hours in Jakarta airport. Luckily we'd had a late lunch so didn't need much food and we found free wifi in the airport which kept us occupied for a while. Still, we were tired and bored of travelling so definitely had grumpy faces on. This continued on the flight as we were still unable to sleep in the cramped chairs. And so the 7 hour flight was spent tossing, turning and grumbling. Not ...
... to hit up Ibn Battuta Mall, since it was the closest to the end of the line. I still got to the mall an hour before the shops opened, but the actual mall was open, so I decided to walk around some. Each area of the mall is designed to match a theme. There were all kinds of themes in this mall from Egyptian to Persian to Indian to Chinese. I was wondering why there were so many themes and then I saw a poster outlining Ibn Battuta's travels, and how he went through all these places. ...
... and suggests points of interest and protocols that would be helpful. The sun is shining ,everything looks wonderful just like the cover of a jig saw puzzle ,just what I had expected. We arrive at our apartment,feeling a little whacked ,but ready to face our adventure. We meet Brian ,Jean's partner,who owns the apartment,he shows us the facility ad wishes us well and leaves us to it. The apartment is small but beautifully appointed with quality aspects we find ...