Sapphire Hotel Apartments

Address: Sheik Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sheik Zayed Road, Dubai, is near Dubai Creek, The Tower of Arabs (Burj Al Arab), Mall of the Emirates, and Ibn Battuta Mall.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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From Africa to Oman

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jul 09, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

... us of a smaller version of Addis Ababa – dirty and dusty with a mix of newer high rises and older decaying buildings, with many people sleeping on the streets. Dar is the main city of Tanzania, located on the coast, and its name means "haven of peace". The central city is very congested with traffic, and street vendors selling just about anything. This was merely a stopover en route to Arusha, as we couldn't get ...

Day 59 - Gili Trawangan to Dubai

A travel blog entry by callie-lucy on Jun 21, 2014

3 photos

... to kill before our 7 hour flight to Dubai. We got a cool free yellow bus to the correct terminal for our flight and were so excited by all the different restaurants and take away stalls we saw at each terminal before ours! In the queue for check in Lucy and I were still in high spirits as I sat on our luggage on a trolley (the first trolley we'd used all trip but it was so worth not having rucksacks on our back!). Lucy pushed me through the queue as I giggled ...

In the twinkling of Dubai

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on May 17, 2014

26 photos

... s eye view of the city. It took forever just to find the entrance! The inside was like an opulent hotel with offices and convention rooms. When I saw some elevators, I stepped inside and pressed the highest button I could find (52) to see what would happen.

Well it ended up taking me to a hoity-toity bar for the rich and famous. When I stepped out of the elevator, the maître d took one look at me and asked what I wanted. I said I thought this was an observation deck. She ...

Oh, what a ni-i-ight...

A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 23, 2014

8 photos

... was looking peaceful for us, as kids have 1 complimentary arvo of Kids' Club and that was looking pretty attractive. After checking the details and sending them in, we checked back later to make sure they were happy and they spent 3 hrs there with new friends.

During that time, we wandered to see some of the shops and find out the lay of things. This is when the accountant in me started to fidget, because I could see how things were constructed ...

Lesson 5: Health is Most Important

A travel blog entry by cgamble on Jan 11, 2014

... of upper respiratory infection, but the chest X-Ray showed no pneumonia which is good. A few days of sleep, food, and antibiotics should have me back in better spirits and better health. Now is an ideal time to get in touch with me for anyone who is interested since our hotel has wifi and we're not sure how the rest of the hotels will be. Facebook and viber are the best ways to get in touch ...