Arabian Courtyard Hotel And Spa

Al Fahidi Street, P O Box 46500, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
(4 star hotel)
#39 of 791 hotels in Dubai
Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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A Good Idea

by written on April 17, 2012

We have not stayed in this hotel, but like their offers for passengers arriving at ungodly times of the morning. In Dubai I think that is nearly everyone. I photographed the sign so people can see what they do as they do not seem to advertise these deals on their website, though, in my opinion, they should.

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Great location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 25, 2010

The Arabian Courtyard was excellent. The foyer doesn't look much but we took the option of upgrading to the executive level. Our room on the top floor (8) was big and we had breakfast in the 7th floor lounge. Also included were 3 alcoholic drinks and canapes. The hotel is also in an fantastic location, short walk to the abra station. Staff all happy and polite. Gym and small pool but on a stopover didn't have time to use. Shuttle bus to beach. Highly recommended. There is also an English pub and an Indian restaurant.

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Spa Swim See

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 8, 2010

After paying almost £50 for an airport taxi from the hotel- we were greeted by, you guessed it, No-one. They had forgot about us. After phoning various agents in the UK and Dubai someone from the hotel managed to pick us up...2 hours late, in a hot dark airport.

However, thankfully this didn't set the tone for the rest of the trip.

Upon arrival at the hotel, we were immediately upgraded to an "executive suite". Not that we spent much time in the room, it was pleasant enough.

The staff- although all speaking different languages even confused each other- were nice enough and accommodated to our every need. Especially the trip organizer at the bottom floor, who created extra trips just for us!

After checking out the pool, which was small enough for adults but wouldn't be suitable for children- we booked in for a massage, which was LOVELY. This set us back about £30 each, which included a foot spa or chair massage at the end.

We booked a desert safari, city tour and many others but these two were the best. The desert safari is something everyone should try- no matter what country, but knowing your in Dubai makes it just that little bit more magical!

The hotel taxi went to Jumeria beach hourly daily,which was great if you fancied a bit of sun. However more than once were we called from the water due to high waves.

Now, for the real Dubai- the reason why we went there (well Me anyway!). The backstreet's, the people, the culture, the water taxis!!!
Wow- the nightlife in Dubai is bustling, and leaves you on more of a high than any amount of alcohol and partying could do to you. To see families out doing their daily shopping,haggling and generally spending time together in the early hours is wholesome- the city sleeps by day, but is at its most alive by night.

For sun worshiping, luxury modern and tourist holiday, go to Dubai.

For a wholesome truth holiday, visit Bur Dubai

Unique Quality: Great Spa. The hotel taxi is useful as it takes you to Jumeira beach for free every hour.

Directions: Opposite the Dubai Museam

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Ideal hotel for single female travellers

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 2, 2009

In summer the hotel rates in Dubai (not mentioning the economic crisis in 2009) are much lower. I booked a family suite for a two-night stay at the Arabian Courtyard Hotel and Spa. It is 60 m2 in size that consists of a a kingsize bed, a separate lounge with sofa bed, dining table, a microwave, tea maker, a working table and an Arabic sofa, a bath tub and two big TV sets. I heard many Arab families stay in this hotel. The staff were very nice and friendly. At breakfast, they come over to you and make you feel good as they take away your plates and ask if you wish to have some more coffee. The amenities are okay - with sewing kit, cotton buds, slippers and bathrobes along with other usual things found in 3-star hotels. The mini bar is alright - unlike in other hotels where it does not have enough things inside. A small part of the room has a high ceiling and the furniture gives you a feeling of being entertained by an Arab host.

Unique Quality: The best buffet breakfast I've ever had in Dubai. Really nice! The Chef is there the entire time to make sure that there's enough food for everybody.

The spa, yes the spa, girls - try it.

The location is superb. Cross the street and it's the Dubai Museum. Next to the hotel are money exchange office, shops, shops, and shops. including one that is open for 24 hours.

The staff are friendly and the hotel is really clean. I'll come back here.

Directions: Its name is well-known but if the driver is new in Dubai. Just say that it is opposite the Dubai Museum. Basta!

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In the heart of Bastakiya

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 7, 2007

I must say, the services at this hotel were superb! Everything was perfect! Welcome drinks, a welcome letter from the Manager, general kindness of the staff, fresh towels and sheets every day, free tea & coffee, morning papers ... The room was very spacious and simply wonderful, decorated in Arabic style, which I like very much. Very tasteful, not kitschy. There was everything one needs to feel comfortable. The bathroom was also wonderful, with a big tub.

Unique Quality: Downstairs they have a pool which is a bit small, but there weren't many guests there, so it was totally ok, decorated with very nice ornamental patterns. There was also a steam room with jaccuzzi and a fitness room.

The hotel is situated in the heart of Bastakiya, across the Dubai Museum and minutes away from the textile souk and abra station. I liked that.

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Address: Al Fahidi Street, P O Box 46500, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Amenities at Arabian Courtyard Hotel And Spa

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Shuttle Service
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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