Rihab Rotana - Dubai

Address: Al Garhoud Road, Dubai, 33871, United Arab Emirates | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ديرة area of Dubai, is near Jumeira Beach and Park, Dragon Mart, Palm Islands, and The Dubai Heritage Village.
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      Heading Home

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 15, 2014

      ... I bought a ticket for the next train to the airport and picked up my pack. After a very one sided conversation with the elderly Polish woman who didn’t speak a word of English behind the left luggage desk, I gathered that she didn’t want to charge me as I had only left my pack there for a few hours. Not sure how many times I tried to explain I wanted to pay. I don’t think I’ve felt more like a tourist on this trip! Making my way ...

      I Forgot - "Yeah Right"!

      A travel blog entry by rivercruise2013 on Jul 29, 2014

      3 photos

      Well I had forgotten the things I love so much about Dubai - "The Heat" (40C) - "The Sweat" - "The Dust" - Yeah right as if you could forget!! On the plus side - "No flies", not surprising they couldn't get air borne in this heat - and? But what an amazing place!! The rate at which they are erecting buildings is incredible. Land which was just starting to be developed when we were last here 12 ...

      Shop til You Drop!

      A travel blog entry by teacherintl on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      Our final day in Dubai began early because we wanted to get to the Gold and Spice Souks before the heat crossed the hell threshold. We took an abra across the Dubai Creek. This is the traditional water taxi used to cross it. Similar to Seattle’s Lake Washington, the Creek (more like a river) dominates the landscape of Dubai and also similar to Seattle, there are only a very few ways to get across, causing lots of bottleneck traffic (yeah, that’s ...

      Day 13-15: Dubai

      A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jun 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... like sunbathing in the middle of a city, nice to have the sun but not really enjoyable. Perhaps this is the case for the hottest months of June to September but it has highs of up to 30c after that and is therefore more tolerable/popular. On our way to Tokyo now with a five hour wait in Doha followed by a ten hour flight to the Japanese capital, our longest flight on the entire trip. Looking forward to getting this one out of the ...

      Hello, Dubai (and if the Rain comes!!)

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Mar 26, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... our options.

      We let the ‘no show’ pass. The staff were so far very pleasant and we were now starting to feel the effects after almost 24 hours on the road. We asked the receptionist if this weather is common in Dubai. This is the start of their summer, he told us. It usually commences with a sand storm. Apparently we missed that. The sandstorm was yesterday!! The man behind the reception counter said this like we should have sounded ...