Royal Ascot Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Royal Ascot Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Ascot Hotel Dubai
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... complex is the dominant feature at the centre of the outer edge of the development.
After we settled into to our new home for the next three nights it was time for a quick visit to the Atlantis resort, which is huge from ...
... clean! ZERO graffiti - and for those who have been on Melbourne trains, understand that is near to impossible back home lol!! The trains of course are spotless too it's great not worrying about what you could be touching haha (Mel ;-) )
So anyway we got off at Dubai marina and walked down to the water front. It's pretty impressive, the high rise buildings looked almost fake.... It was quite amazing to see actually.
Quite a ...
... gives us more information then we thought we could ever receive. The mosque is tucked into a residential area which is cool to see on its own, let along for a guy who likes construction practices of different countries. We then make our way to the public beach which offers views with the sunset of the world famous Burj Al Arab hotel which is built on a man made island. As we gaze out at the setting sun over the calm waters of the persian gulf, our guide explains the ...
... After an hour or so, we were about to go looking for a restaurant for dinner and remembered spotting a huge courtyard on our way down to the souk. The restaurant was the co-incidentely named Khan Murjan and it was impressive! The marble courtyard was huge, with probably a hundred tables and chairs - all empty! The centrepiece was a delicious juice bar where you can try any combination, sit at the bar and enjoy or order authentic arabic fare from the extensive ...
It was another mad rush, we went to see Charles Peat & David Dodd to say our goodbyes. We'd left our bags in Charlie's office and headed to a Korean Restaurant.....then we rushed down to the other side of town to say our farewells to Keith & Stevo. Getting a cab proved to be a nightmare and so the usual panic kicked in. Eventually we managed to flag a taxi down and then the driver played silly buggers pretending not to know where Central was. It's time ...