Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa
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... to walk far in temps of 40 degrees plus. The wadis are desert valleys and the two we saw were in steep sided canyons with rivers and pools, flanked by date palms. Sur is a hub for building dhows (traditional Arab boats) but not a lot happening on the day we were there. It was also very hazy, as is most of Oman at this time of year, and we couldn't even see the castle that supposedly towers over the town. Did a trip to Nizwa ...
... land cruiser and we shared the car with a family of four Malaysians. They were very very lovely people. It was a mother (60), father (60), son and daughter (30's). The daughter was very nice; her name was Zackya. It took about 40 minutes to drive out to the desert . It's 55km from the city. And boy, it was fun driving in the sand dunes. We had the time of our lives! It was scary and exhilarating and ah, we just
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... mall. We had trouble finding one despite a hundred or so staff in hi-viz clothing waving flashing lights around to guide us to one. There are two palaces owned by Sheik of Shajeha (a city actually separate but indistinguishable from Dubai) on the road to the desert. Both are vast and surprisingly close to each other. It was necessary to have two palaces because he has two wives. The second largest cricket ground in the world is in Lahore in Pakistan, his home town. Melbourne, ...
... She showed me the Dubai Mall with the aquarium, ice skating ring and every store you can imagine. Outside the mall we watched a huge water show with the Burj Khalifa (worlds tallest building). In the background. She also brought me to the Emirates mall with the indoor sky slope. It was cool to see and I wish I liked skying. We also went to the hotel where Mike actually proposed to Bernz. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa
Having read the reviews of this hotel, I felt compelled to write this review, despite the fact that I am not someone who would normally be overly praising or critical of something. I have to say that reading the reviews on here made me very hesitant before travelling and left me wondering just what type of hotel I would find! But having just returned from a week at the Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa with my wife (we are in our mid 20's), we could not recommend it highly enough.
Lovely place to stay, fantastic atmosphere
After reading the reviews, I was shocked and felt that I had booked the wrong hotel....it got to a point where I thought that I should cancel this hotel, but then I couldn't turn back the clock.....
I visited dubai for 7 nights and stayed in the hotel for 6 nights, bed and breakfast included....breakfast was lovely, buffet, and a large variety....
I have to say it was a lovely hotel, that I would definitely recommend for the price......hotel staff were excellent, very helpful, service was AMAZING....I have no regrets what so ever in staying at this hotel. there is plenty to do, and a good nightlife....
I have just returned from a short break in Dubai. I had booked 3 night stay at the Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa but when I arrived they had no record of my booking but as they had a room I was given that for the first night. Next day I had to move hotels which I was glad about. The standard of room for a 5 star hotel was very basic to say the least. No tea/Coffee, only watchable TV channel was VH1 and the room was very small. The rest of the Hotel looked ok but spent the rest of my stay in a lovely room at the Sheraton. I wouldn't book this hotel again.
What a great place!!
After reading the reviews on here - what a mistake we thought we had made....!!
How wrong could we be!
The numerous restaurants and bars offered excellent service and choice. restaurants ranged from cuban to mexican, international, french and even japanese!
Hotel set amongst waterfalls and lush gardens, the privte beach and pool area was great with attendants who couldnt do enough to help.
We would therefore highly recommend this hotel to all ages!
Went here on 4th September 2004 for a week. Was AMAZIng- had it all.
Dissapointing not what we expected
family of 4 stayed last 2 weeks july 04 breakfast dissapointing ,rooms 4 star , reception area dissapointing, no water sports as we were lead to believe, hotel needs complete updating, very good service , good location overall we did not come to dubai to stay in a hotel like this, would go back to dubai but not stay in this hotel
This hotel will provide you with two single beds in most rooms pushed together to make a double room. It will provide staff who get angry if a complaint is made about the star rating of the hotel and you will also be accompanied by mice in the taverna restaurant.
The hotel itself is in a slightly bad location. We wanted to be on Jumeirah Beach, and the travel agent (Driveline) told us that we were near the City / a long way away from any building works along the Jumeirah Beach which we thought would be an ideal compromise.
All of our family of 10 stayed here for 3 weeks to celebrate the Golden Wedding of my parents. The hotel was ideally situated - virtually the first hotel on the very long Jumeirah Beach Road, and therefore a very short taxi ride to the various Souks!
Supposed to be the oldest hotel on the strip.
Excellent rooms, on the beach. Food - variety and quality excellent.
We would deffinately stay there again