Emirates Stars Hotel Apt Sharjah
Opposite Al Khan Lagoon, Sharjah, 66699, United Arab Emirates
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Renting a flat
I would like to know the aprox. rent of Studio or a 1-2 bedroom flat in Sharjah . Thanks...
RE: Renting a flat
please check the local newspaper's classified listing. Link here:
Here are some examples of today's listing for Sharjah:
>> Brand new, S.A/C, 1 B/R hall flat + balcony & sea view, behind LuLu Centre, Shj. Rent Dh 29K/30K. Direct from owner. Ready possession.
>> 2 B/R hall in a well maintained building, with balcony, 24 hours security, ceramic tiles, opp. Sahara Centre. Rent 50K & 52K.
>> 1 B/R & studio flat in a well maintained building with W.A/C, bath, ceramic tiles, and balcony, near Sahara Center. Rent - 30K & 34K
>> 1B/R, 2B/R, 3B/R, Studios, kitchen, ceramic tiles, maid's room, central A/C (Chiller Free), with / without facilities, on excellent location in Al Nahda Sharjah. Rent - 30K- 70K.
Check the website I mentioned above for all of today's listings, plus contact numbers of the real estate agents.
RE: Renting a flat
Hi, welcome to VT.
Like any other city in the world it depends on location, standard, quality, equipment, furnished/unfurnished.
As Jess said, you need to check the classified advetisements.
Re: Renting a flat
I have a 2 bedroom flat in a new building just next to Ansar Mall. It's a nice spacious apartment with marble flooring,furnished wardrobe and pleasing and tidy bathroom. The flat has 3 bathrooms and a spacious hall too. Ample parking also available just below the building which is neat. I am looking for a decent bachelor or a decent family to let one room.
If this interests you, may be we can have a word and take the conversation forward. Kindly call at 0505539462
Thanks and regards,
Travel Tips for Sharjah
Sharjah is the poor relation to Dubai. Although the streets are wide, the scenery at the roadside is desert scrub. This is gradually being replaced by development in the form of high rise office blocks . Old style houses are gradually being demolished to make way for modern villas, so if you want to see what the Gulf was like when it first began to develop, visit Sharjah, Ajman, Fujeira or the smaller Emirates before they too become all glass and concrete.
Qanat al Qasba
It is a giant wheel, named Eye of the Emirates, (60 m) offers aerial view of Sharjah corniche, lagoons and landscape as well as the horizons of the neighbouring Dubai. Built in The Netherlands this giant wheel has 42 air-conditioned cabins that go 60 meters high over Sharjah. It is capable of carrying 336 passengers at a time.
Entrance fee is 20 AED ($6). Unfortunately I couldn’t find time to climb up Al Qusba by means of this wheel. May be next time…
Sharjah Art Area
It is located 200 meters up the road from the Heritage area along the Courniche road. You can visit the Sharjah Contemporary museum, Sharjah art museum, Bait Obaid Alshamsi, and walk around the little area and have a look @ some of the old houses. There are other things that I did not get to see and I am planning to visit them like the Sharjah Art school, Very special Art society (strange name) and the Emirates Fine arts society.
"The 7 wonders of Sharjah"
1. Carrefour. Not just a supermarket. It is at least 2 hours entertainment. Go early.
2. Mega Mall. Recently discovered. 4 floors inc. a rollercoaster, Early Learning Centre, Zara, Mango, and MUGG AND BEAN - the best coffee shop in Sharjah. And I don't care if it's American.
3. Almassa Cinema. Wednesday nights would not be complete without it. 25dhs. A wee bit nippy sometimes so get them to whack up the A/C or bring your Uggs. Modern, comfy cinema with all yer Hollywood tomfoolery.
4. The Corniche. For relaxing strolls and burning off those parathas.
5. Splash. Cheap, funky clothes. Sift through the racks for bargins.
6. Still thinking
7. Still thinking (yes, Sharjah really is that exciting).
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