Seven Sands Hotel Apartments
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After an excitable greeting at Okecie with our friends, and throwing our heavy rucksacks onto the baggage conveyor, we made our way through security and into duty free. Being more used to WizzAir procedures than the 'grown-up' airlines, we were both surprised when boarding commenced almost an hour before take-off! A quick basket-dash around duty-free to pick up some handy 50cl plastic bottles of Ballantines (purely to kill the potentially nasty Thai water bugs) and ...
... stunning, and makes you feel undressed right away after just getting in from a remote island were even sandals are barely required. The first thing I thought of right away is how much my friend Maureen would love this place. There isn't anyone else I know who can truly appreciate the details and the luxury of a really nice hotel. Since we were hours from check in, we were invited up to the executive lounge on the 36 floor with breathtaking views over the city of Dubai and we had ...
... degrees! Dubai is a city built on a desert.
Near our hotel was the Dubai Museum which is in an old fort, the oldest building in Dubai. I liked the sculptures and the canons. There was also a traditional reed house that the locals used to live in. We found out that people have been living in this area for 5000 years!
At lunch I tried some traditional food. We had a mezo platter with ...
... linked to the Dubai Metro and the nearest metro station is Mall of The Emirates which is a 7-10 min drive away and costs about 11 AED. I walked about 20 mins all the way to the metro station while searching desperately for a cab and finding nothing. When I did find a cab, I was so close to the metro station that the ...
... haze. This lead us to the camp they had set up for a quick camel ride, Esther got a henna tattoo and we had a very good Arabic dinner with flat breads, falafel, lamb, chicken and other salads. There was then a good belly dancer which we found out later wasn't even traditional, (she was from Brazil) and headed home at 9:15 with the heat in the desert still at 39 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center