Regent Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... time. Back to the hotel for an excellent complimentary seafood dinner then a limo back to the airport for my 1.50 am flight back to Sydney. So my totally unexpected and enjoyable visit to Dubai is over.
Just this 13 hour flight then my latest exploit is over. I reckon I’m pretty fortunate to have had the opportunity to have this holiday with so many new and enjoyable experiences. I know it’s been very good for me but ...
... cost us 800 baht, then an extra 100 baht for the tolls - but we later realised it should have only cost us 400. Typical. At least we know we won't get ripped off again. Anyways, time to go out now. - We have just got home from Khaosan road - had a fab night! I've just paid 30 baht (aka 60p) for some Thai pai, which consists of noodles with egg, bean sprouts, veg and soy sauce - so cheap! They were beaute ...
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... had clearly taken a wrong turn somewhere and now had to walk through the mall. Finally out the back we were in an open space looking over a small mariner. We accepted it and sat to order our coffee. The boys were thrilled to see one of those fountains in the ground and started running through them happily playing only to have a stern telling off from the security guard and it was a first realisation that "we're not in Africa anymore!" Even the attitude in Dubai ...