Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi
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... seafront. Although after a couple of hours in the midday heat we found ourselves lured towards the nearby air conditioned mall to cool off.
Thanks so much to Maria, Nick, Benji and Luca for entertaining us for a couple of days, was great to see you all, and really enjoyed the Afghan curry! See you again ...
... from Brisbane are always late!) Fortunately there was never any real chance of me missing this flight on to Manchester! On disembarking the plane here in Abu Dhabi we were all packed like sardines into little transfer busses and driven about 5 minutes to our gate. Thankfully the busses are all air conditioned, it's horrendously humid and I think its still well over 30 degrees outside and it's some time in the very early morning... When making my way through the security ...
... at 3 million dirhams for a 5 bedroom house up to 7 million for 7 bedrooms. Obviously the combination of oil money and zero tax makes it easier to afford such things. A walk around the Carrefour supermarket showed us what the Emirates like to eat, alcohol was conspicuous in its absence and reminded us we were not quite in France yet. Our driver (from India) told us of the opulent palace hotels, 85 dirhams for 500ml of water, 3500 for 24hrs, as we headed back to our hotel. Maybe next ...
... an update on the new Cochlear implants and then off to see an Exhibition "The history of the World in 100 objects" (going there now). Will be back soon. Back home to babysit Ned while Em and Ben had an all to rare dinner without child. Carol and I had the pleasure of some time with Ned whois really very full of personality. Home about 10.00pm and packed ready to head to ireland ...
There were plenty of sun loungers spread throughout the park and a great day can be had just chilling on them, or there is the option of hiring a Cabaņa for a group to get some shade or sun, some air conditioning and some personal service for food and drinks. There are two "lazy river" type areas, one more lazy than the other. The blue tube one was calmer and more relaxing, although you do get spurred by various water ...