Rayan Hotel

Al Wahda, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Al Wahda, Sharjah.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rayan Hotel Sharjah

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Sharjah

Dessert dune bashing and Arabian artwork

A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Sep 07, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... drivers and work in the hotel. The hardware shops only stock a sample and when you buy the product it is either delivered to the store from the warehouse or to your home. No solar energy as the desalination plant provides steam which is converted to electricity. Ashleigh and I are trying to keep count of what they learn in each subject. We thought that science would be an issue but it is currently leading. Just thought I would put in some interesting facts. ...

The dry zone

A travel blog entry by chrissiesea on Jan 17, 2014

We have been experiencing Dubai. What a place, it is just amazing. We spent the morning exploring the old part which is in fact the Indian quarter where we are staying and then after lunch we went to the museum which we thought was going to be a small thing in an old fort but the museum was down through one of the towers and spread out under ground, It ...

Our final stop-Dubai (UAE)

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Dec 02, 2013

16 photos

... our hotel. Because all the signs in the Middle East are in Arabic and English it was pretty easy to get around.

We stayed over an extra day to be able to do the building tour so it is now late Tuesday evening. We leave for the airport shortly for our 2 AM flight back to Frankfurt, then on to Seattle. Luckily we are in business class so the 8 hour flight to Frankfurt hopbe too bad.

I will wrap up the trip when we get ...

Dubai stop over

A travel blog entry by rose60 on Oct 04, 2013

9 photos

... difficult to see the tall buildings. I'm not sure if it is a pollution problem or not. However, once we got to the hotel we discovered that a ticket was also required to enter the hotel proper if you weren't a guest. Thirty Dubai dollars was too steep so another taxi ride back to the Sheraton Hotel at the Mall of the Emirates for a buffet dinner and a glass of wine to celebrate my birthday. A Metro trip back to our hotel for a good night's sleep before our flight to Melbourne.

Dubai day 3

A travel blog entry by camuka on Jul 10, 2013

6 photos

Another very hot day, also first day of Ramadan, so no eating of food or drinking in any public place in day light hours. All food shops shut, the malls quite empty. Every one comes out to feast at dusk. We had to buy some food in a super market and eat it back in our room, for late lunch. We completed another bus tour, this time to the new side of Dubai, along to the ...