Al Kameelia Hotel Dubai

Al Maktoum Hospital Road, Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Arriving at Dubai Airport at 0800 and leaving at 1800

by cochinjew

I am leaving CDG at 2230 arriving DBX 0800 AF. Connecting to MH at 1845 to KL. I have to do a presentation at a Medical School at KL at noon on the day of arrival. So my 10 hours transit time, could be used to finish off my presentation or rest. Are there comfortable areas within the airport to rest? I am Skyteam Gold Elite as well as Star Alliance Gold.. so I may be eligible to use AF or Lufthansa lounges. I have noticed that flying two consecutive nights is a bit tiring, especially when i need to be alert at Noon, the arrival day. If they have a hotel like in Singapore or KL, it would be a good choice.
any help appreciated. For many reasons, I dont wish to go to town..

Re: Arriving at Dubai Airport at 0800 and leaving at 1800

by HansDK

Arriving on AF and departing MH means that you will be in Terminal 1. You could use Dubai International Hotel in Terminal - a bit expensive AFAIK.

Reservations: http://www.dih-dca.com/dih-dca/reservation/reservation_Date_Request.aspx

Re: Arriving at Dubai Airport at 0800 and leaving at 1800

by JessH

You should definitely check with your airline whether you'd be able to use any of the lounges, because otherwise there are no comfortable areas in Dubai airport... it's quite a pittyful site for this "flashy" city - walking through the departures hall and having to carefully step over people who are lying on the floor, waiting in transit...!

Re: Arriving at Dubai Airport at 0800 and leaving at 1800

by lynnehamman

Shalom Yehuda

I don't think that you will have a problem- there are 1st & Business Class lounge facilities.
Anyway- have a look at the website for Dubai Airport (& transit)

http://www.dubaiairport.com/DIA/English/MainMenu/Airport+Guide/Transit/

Re: Arriving at Dubai Airport at 0800 and leaving at 1800

by Gillybob

Dubai Airport has two quiet lounges :

Quiet Lounges: For those wishing to take a quick nap, two quiet lounges are available on either side of the Sheikh Rashid Terminal near Gates 9 and 23 free of charge. Passengers can use the special reclining chairs here.

Information taken from : http://www.dubaiairport.com/DIA/English/MainMenu/Airport+Guide/Transit/

It can sometimes be difficult to get one of the reclining chairs but, given the amount of time you have, you should be able to get one within no more than 3 hours of landing and still get some rest. I've used these before and they are very good and the chairs are very comfortable.

Re: Arriving at Dubai Airport at 0800 and leaving at 1800

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Being a member of Sky Awards (It is the same as Skyteam)?, I think for sure you get a place/comfortable seat to rest on. However, contacting your airline or Dubai airport would provide the most accurate information.
Good luck.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Daily shuttle bus trips to the beach

by estephan

I used to live in the Hotel in Deira, which was one of the Metropolitan Hotels Chain.
By living in one of them located in the city you can basicly use the facilities of Metropolitan Breach Resourt for free.
Twice a day the hotel shuttle bus was taking us to the beach - which was really good. The trip took about 20 minutes.
Attached is the picture taken from the rear seat of the bus.... Looks a bit gloomy, but it was really warm!!!

Rugby 7's

by ozibird

Rugby is definitely a contact sport at the Dubai Rugby 7s held every December. It’s a 3 day event with 150 teams. Very fun as the short games keep it interesting as do the spectators. In 2006 the massive but rare rain made the action slippery and unpredictable.
29 Nov 2007 - 1 Dec 2007 Taxi - bring good cheer

Let's Shop & Ski!

by BorneoGrrl about Mall of the Emirates

Mall of the Emirates is a huge shopping center that not only holds major department stores, luxury boutiques, restaurants, food courts, cineplex but also a ski slope. Yes, working ski slope in the middle of the desert!

You won't have enough time to explore all the stores in the mall and I would think that this is the ultimate mall to go to when in Dubai. The only disadvantage is that the mall's location which is quite a distance and taxi fare will cost you $15-$20 one way from Dubai city center

Check the website below for store listings

Opening Hours:
Sunday - Wednesday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Thursday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 12:00 midnight

A very desirable patch of sand...

by JessH about BARASTI Beach Bar

(Barasti is the Arabic word for a traditional summer hut made of palm leaves.)
Barasti Bar is one of Dubai's Winter-Hot-Spots: as soon as the temperatures start sinking below sizzling point & humidity drops to comfortable levels, hoards of expatriates throng down to the Barasti Beach, located at Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Hotel (near Dubai Marina.) It has been open for over a decade now, which in Dubai-nightlife years is more like half a century!

At the end of 2006 this highly popular bar and club was renovated & extended, now boasting a fabulous seating area with view of the ocean and the hotel's yacht marina, as well as plenty of sitting areas on the beach itself.

With 2 top level and 1 lower level bar (upstairs and downstairs) live music and the "Best Bar Food" (2008 TimeOutDubai Awards) this truly is a memorable place to hang loose and just enjoy sea-side vibes. There are also some large TV-screens showing major sporting events as well as the obligatory relaxation item: bean bags and sheeshas (water pipe).

Fridays and Saturdays (weekend) are obviously the most popular, with patrons flocking down to Barasti from lunch time onwards. If you're hoping to catch some sunshine here on a weekend, arrive EARLY!

I've been here quite a few times, especially for drinks before or after a nice dinner in one of the nearby hotel restaurants. Prices might have increased over the past few years, but that's nothing new in Dubai and the Barasti is nevertheless still a firm favourite of most of us. On weekend afternoons you'll see most patrons in their swim suits and a funky sarong. Towards the evening, though, don't feel shy to dress-up a tiny bit for "beach chicness". But stiletto heels or a business suit are definitely out of place here.

Opening Hours: 11:00am-02:00am daily.

Special DJs Days:
Thursdays: Jellyfish Funk (funky music)
Fridays: Lollipop City (house & party tunes)
Saturdays: Saturday Sanctuary (Chill-Out & Lounge music)
Tuesdays: Moonlight Acid Jazz.
Wednesdays: Latino Fiesta.
"I know it's out of fashion, and a trifle uncool.
But I can't help it, I'm a romantic fool.
It's a habit of mine, to watch the sun go down.
On Echo beach, I watch the sun go down..."
- Martha and the Muffins

Terrible Jams

by zuyao

Driving in Dubai is a real hassle. It's traffic congestion at every corner. Most of the time, it's easier to simply walk (unless the summer heat becomes too unbearable). Driving simply makes you feel tense and it's not the best way to spend a holiday.

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