Regent Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegent Palace Hotel Dubai
Reception excellent , friendly, competent and helpful, great room, large, we'll furnished, but bathroom small and in need of refurbishment, but still OK.
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We flew with Emirates on a A380 plane for 13 hours, to actually arrive one hour early, at 4.30am local time. We were most impressed with miles of marbled light and spacious halls that is typical of Dubai airport which was mostly empty at that time of day. It was however already 35C. When we got to our hotel they offered us the chance to get in a …
... web and had found a nearby bookshop that sells books in English. But it only opened at 11am (possibly run by Bernard Black??). With a bit of time to kill, I went and had a coffee and a muffin and sat and read for a while in a café in the shadow of the Warsaw Palace of Science and Culture. This building is massive! It’s a huge gothic tower with huge wings on the base that contain galleries, cinemas and theatres. After 11am rolled around, I made my way ...
... train. When we finally got back to our hotel we waited in the lobby for someone to pick us up and take us on this desert safari that we had book. Our tour guide came and took us to some sand dunes along with 3 other lovely people who were very nice and friendly. Though they were kiwis not Aussies. When we got to the sand dunes the driver turned off the road and we started out adventure with dune bashing. Dune bashing was so much fun and I ...
Arrived in Dubai at 1am, thankfully with luggage intact, to a temperature of 31c - was not expecting this in June. We stayed at the Rixos Palm Hotel for some R&R before our onward journey to Japan. The intention was to laze around the pool for a couple of days and we tried, but the daytime temperature of 41c coupled with 60-70% humidity was making it difficult to spend more than a couple of hours at a time outside. ...
... direction of our guest house. I say heading in the direction because our driver was not too sure where he was going. Whilst we sat in the morning rush hour, the driver contacted the hotel and asked for directions. The whole process lasted less than ½ hour and cost a little over £7.50. At just after 10am we entered the Ahmedia Heritage Guest House.
Roisin chose this guest house due to its location in the heart of Al-Ras Heritage area only 100 meters walk from ...