Lords Beach Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

PO Box 544, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 60% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Facilities During Daylight in Ramadan

by siinq8

I have a ten hour transit in Sharjah most of which will be during the day in Ramadan. Will the restaurant and refreshment facilities be available within the airport at that time? Another option is for us to come out of the airport and head into town for a few hours - again is there anywhere in either Sharjah or Dubai that will be serving food and refreshments? I recall the Irish Village used to be open during the day in Ramadan - is that still the case.

Re: Facilities During Daylight in Ramadan

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Yes the restaurants are open during Ramadhan in Sharjah airport and you can get food in Sharjah city hotels as well. The following are the name of some of the hotels in Sharjah:

Radisson Sas
Po Box 3527 Corniche Road Sharjah United Arab Emirates
- Area: City Center

4 review (s) 150 US$
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Al Khan Road, P.o Box 66624, Sharjah, UAE
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates - Area: City Center

Emirates Palace
Khan Road, P.o 39900, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Spark Residence
P.o.box 5791, Qasimiyah - Al Jawazat Road, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Corniche Road, Po Box 3930 Sharjah Uae
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates - Area: City Center

4 review (s) 132 US$
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City Tower
Cornich Road, P.o. Box 39325, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Al Bustan
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Jawazat Road Abu Shgara, P.o Box 5851, Sharjah, UAE

Sharjah Premiere Hotel & Resort
P.O.Box 65500, Sharjah,U.A.E

Royal Crown
Alkhan Street Khan Road P.o.box 7085 Sharjah United Arab Emirates

Holiday International
Po Box 5802 Sharjah United Arab Emirates

Re: Facilities During Daylight in Ramadan

by siinq8

Thanks very much. Your detailed reply is highly appreciated.

Re: Facilities During Daylight in Ramadan

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

You are welcome and good luck.

Travel Tips for Sharjah

Sharjah Fish market

by hb_capri

The first thing I noticed abt the market is the freshness of the produce.Its close to the sea and as you watch fishing boats come in with fresh fish live from the ocean.I went on a Friday and the place was packed.There are lots of people who make this a weekly family-thing to do.The market was buzzing with people and had an incredible energy.Its a great place for people watching.The market open only upto 11 AM on fridays.

This place is not for the faint hearted - you can see fish being gutted and chopped up and bloodied gloves.

Ferris Wheel

by hb_capri

There is a Ferris wheel at the end of the Corniche.It offers breathtaking views of Sharjah. The charges are AED 20 for an adult (+14) for a 6 min ride. For those of you who are scared of going on the ferris wheel, this one is not that intense! its a very slow ride and you won't feel scared at all

Sharjah Heritage Museum

by Doctor38

This is a very nice Museum to visit. All display rooms and exhibits try to give an Idea about life in the area prior to the oil boom. There is a room for local currencies including some strange Hair clip looking silver coins!! There are all sorts of currencies Local,British, Indian and Iranians; that were used in the country. Also there are rooms for stamps, musical instruments, Herbal Medicine cosmetics, local dresses and various occupations in the past. All displays are explained in Arabic and English like all other museums


by awladhassan

Sharjah is another oil state in the Emirates. It extends to the eastern Arabian Gulf where there is a container port, Khor Fakkan. It is a popular place for people from Gulf states to visit at the week end.

It is less developed than its neighbour Dubai, and cheap accomadation makes it attractive to workers from the Indian sub-continent.

The journey to Khor Fakkan takes a couple of hours from Dubai and about 4 hours from Abu Dhabi. It takes you through the minor Gulf states, and briefly into Oman.
The port there caters for container ships, and the region exports stone for road building to other parts of the Middle East.

Many people imagine the Gulf as being hot and dry, but in the winter months there can be thunder storms and heavy rain that leaves puddles for days.


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