Al Nahda Hotel Apartments

Nahda 1 Qusais, PO Box. 98623, Dubai, 98623, United Arab Emirates
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Forum Posts

Dubai Accomodation for Die-Hard Shoppers

by creatiwitty

Some people have their agendas clear - my friends are a few of them. They wish to go to Dubai purely to shop, especially during the Dubai Shopping Festival. What is a good locality / area / list of hotels that is/are close to the shopping action? Please suggest! Thanks in advance.

Re: Dubai Accomodation for Die-Hard Shoppers

by colin_bramso

It depends whether you mean the new malls with their designer and high-street name shops or the traditional shopping areas/souks.

Re: Dubai Accomodation for Die-Hard Shoppers

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well discounts are offered in many shopping malls spread in Dubai. A place in Deira or Bur Dubai would be near to many shopping malls!!

Re: Dubai Accomodation for Die-Hard Shoppers

by Wustenfuchs

I`ve never been to Dubai, but I`ll be there in 4 weeks. I looked for hotels with complementary shuttle-service. Otherweise the travelagency would have charged me with about 80 Dollars.

Re: Dubai Accomodation for Die-Hard Shoppers

by colin_bramso

If you can't find comp. shuttle, as we've said to another question in the Dubai forum, a normal taxi is much cheaper than the pick-up service offered by hotels and travel agents.

Re: Dubai Accomodation for Die-Hard Shoppers

by bunnycurves

I have been to Dubai three times and I will say Jumeirah, Jumeirah, Jumeirah! :) It is an expensive part but full of little boutiques and fashionable people, plus all of the five-star hotels here run FREE (yes fully complimentary!) shuttle buses to all of the major malls (Ibn Battuta, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Mall which is the newest and biggest by far...) back and forth several times a day which is incredibly handy! In my experience, even ppl who weren't staying in the hotels could jump onto the buses from the lobby and no-one noticed :) Dubai is so vast though and there are just sooo many areas to shop - Gold & Diamond Park is a must (beside Mall of the Emirates) and Karama Souk is also a must after dark for almost perfect replica handbags.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Mix and match dishes the Arabic way

by bzh

One thing I do enjoy when I travel is food and the Middle East is no exception. The best way to sample the local food is to have a selection of Arabic Meze. Meze are small dishes and dips that are normally served as starters but that are quite filling and can very easily turn into a full meal. All local restaurants should have them as well as room service in most hotels.

My favourite meze are Kebbeh, small meat balls with pine nuts, and Houmous, a chick pea dip. They should come with ample supply of Arabic bread that serves as dip and wrap so that you don't have to use any cuttlery.

Ski Dubai

by zuyao

Visit Ski Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates for skiing. Yes... in this opulent desert country, you can find a ski slope in this mall! This place makes a good training ground for amateurs. With real snow and temperatures below 0 degC, this is the best place to experience a real winter in the Middle East.

Opening Hours:
Sun - Wed 10am - 11pm
Thurs - Sat 10am - 12MN

Entry is Dh60 for the snow park. For access to the slope, the fee is Dh150. Lessons are also provided for a fee! Normal gears can be rented. If the ski slope pass is purchased, it comes with the usual gears like ski, jacket, snowboard, etc.

My favourite mall

by xaver about Bur Juman

It is a shopping centre made of three floors where you can find both international and local crafts.
Ath the third floor there is a food court and the food was actually not bad.
What made me appreciate this mall was just the fact that it didn't try to be special, no special effect, no fake italian architecture(like the mercato mall) nor fake Egyption scultures(like in wafi city mall). Mainly clothes. no bargain in here but Dubai is a huge duty free so it's not hard to find something convenient.

Fun night out in Dubai

by chizz about Scarlett's

Scarlett's is a fun place to eat and dance the night away here in Dubai. The food is American/Tex Mex and reasonably priced. Tuesday night is Ladies Night where girls can collect free vouchers at the entrance to redeem for 5 Bacardi based drinks and cocktails!! Timings for Ladies Night are 9pm - 2pm. There are other promotions too throughout the week. Happy Hour is twice daily from 5-8pm and 10pm-midnight. There are also "Football Nights" on Saturdays and Sundays with a bucket of beers and a basket of wings for AED99.


For enquiries or to make a booking, please contact:
Restaurant Reservations at Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Tel: +971 4 3198088
Fax: +971 4 319 8079
Lower Level, Shopping Boulevard
Scarlett's Restaurant
Saturday to Thursday:
12.00pm to 12.00am
Last order at 11.30pm
4.00pm to 12.00am
Last order at 11.30pm
Scarlett's Bar
12.00pm to 3.00am
Last order at 2.45am
American, Tex-Mex Smart casual - Beach wear, shorts, vests and sandals are not permitted

Getting around the crazy Dubai traffic...

by JessH

Traffic in Dubai has increased to nearly unbearable levels... and the faulty street planning & crazy drivers only add to the problem, on top of bottlenecks due to major construction. The UAE has the highest road death rate per capita in the world, with an average of 1 accident every 4 minutes & 1 death every day.

There are 3 ways of getting around:
1. Taxis.
2. Bus.
3. Rent-a-car.

I recomment options 1 or 3:
The bus system in Dubai is (because of heavy traffic) very irregular and is used by (without wanting to offend anyone) mainly 'low-income workers'. Men taking the bus are alright (if you can fight for a seat!) but women may feel uncomfortable being mentally undressed by 50 pairs of eyes...!

If you feel confident enough (or feel brave enough!) to drive yourself in Dubai, the Bur Dubai-side is well laid-out with plenty of road signs, Deira-side is a bit more confusing.

Either way, taxis are relatively cheap. There are many different taxi-companies, but they all have a taxi-sign on the roof, and are mostly cream or white in colour.

TOURIST TIP: Try to MEMORISE the general area & direction of your hotel, as some taxi drivers will try and take you 'the long way around' as soon as they realise you are a tourist...

Also, try to organise the timing for your plans according to traffic & rush hours - e.g. I wouldn't advise trying to go from Deira side to Jebel Ali Beach at 9am, when rush-hour from Sharjah hits Dubai. Equally bad would be trying to get to Deira City Centre (or even the airport) across Garhoud Bridge around 6pm. It will take you hours!

DUBAI IS NOT A PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY CITY. Many roads do not have sidewalks & there aren't sufficient road crossings.
Also: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES try to cycle around Dubai... you can cycle within the city's parks, but there are no cycle paths around the city & trying to cycle on the main roads is suicide!
Sand storms & flooding in winter can also cause chaos (see photos!)


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