Emirates Springs Hotel Apartments

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hamad Bin Abdullah Road, P.O.Box: 818, Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
Emirates Springs Hotel Apartments
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
16%
4
Very Good
20%
5
Average
20%
5
Poor
28%
7
Terrible
16%
4

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Costs 56% less but rated 16% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families40
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

How to get there --Fujairah

by adasyau

I'll arrive in Dubai on 16 July and go to stay in Emirates Springs Hotel Apartments which is on Hamid Bin Abdulla Road. Does anyone know how I can get to the hotel at a reasonable cost and safely?

RE: How to get there --Fujairah

by colin_bramso

Have you asked the hotel about airport transfers?

RE: How to get there --Fujairah

by sc33

hi go by taxi- they are cheap and safe- dubai is very safe compared to cities in the UK/USA so u will have no problems

RE: RE: How to get there --Fujairah

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

As Colin has mentioned have you contacted the hotel? Maybe they have free transfers to the hotel. Other than that your only choice would be to take a taxi from Airport (Dubai Transport). When you get out of Airport will see plenty of them (yellow color).
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Emirate Springs Resort is located close to the centre of Fujairah City, capital of the Emirate of Fujairah.

Travel Tips for Fujairah

Dogs, cats, animals......

by ludogatto

Aisha, my moroccan friend tell me that for the Muslims the cat is sacred because in the corano there is a history of a cat that give birth on the garment of maometto and he cuted the sleevs to didn't disturb the animals......but the dogs are impures ( she diden't explane me why!).
In any case it's normal to find dogs or cats that lives around restaurants or hotels to have some foods...in the fisherman market of Kor Fakkan the cats where layed in the middle of the fisherman feet waiting for a pieces of shark or tuna, sleeping like in the house...for the dogs the life is a little bit worst....the arab family don't have a true family dog, but around the house always there is a poor dog that receive something from the garbage, but he haven't any care.
My lebanon chef friends that lives here have a american bull but the veterinary don't want to take care of him!!!!
In Dubai there is a volunteer organization that take care of the dogs of the foregneir citizen that when return in their county cannot take the dogs with them....it's the local law, but something is changing cause a lot of foregneir lives in Emirates and they are used to have pets!!!!!
It's a different way to live the natural life!!!!!

Masafi village and water

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Masafi is a village located on the edge of the Hajar Mountains in Fujairah. It developed along the old unpaved road which ran from Fujairah to Dubai via Sharjah.
The village is actually divided in to two parts with the larger section belonging to the emirate of Fujairah and the smaller belonging to the emirate of Ras al Khaimah.

The name "Masafi" is Arabic for "pure water". The village is well known for its natural springs. In fact Masafi is also the name of the Gulf's leading natural mineral water producer, which is located near the village.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Fujairah on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 25° 24' 8.93" N 56° 11' 17.91" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Masafi - Diba road 4.

Al Fujairah, UAE

by Travel2write

"Port of Al Fujairah"

Fujairah is an emirate of the United Arab Emirates. Since 1974, it is ruled by Shaikh Hamad bin Muhammed al Sharqi. It consists of two main parts, both on the eastern coast of the country, along the Oman Gulf. As the waters are colder there than those of the Arab-Persian Gulf, Fujairah could never benefit from the pearl fishing economic asset. From a fishermen and peasants country, it has recently developed into a container port and it tries to develop tourism as well.

"Port of Al Fujairah"

The port!

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