Burjuman Rotana Suites

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Trade Centre Road, Dubai, 0000, United Arab Emirates
BurJuman Arjaan by Rotana - Dubai
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More about Burjuman Rotana Suites

Now even bigger & better than ever!

by JessH about BUR JUMAN CENTRE

Bur Juman Centre is located smack-bang in the middle of Bur Dubai, and in summer 2005 was extended to now twice its size!

It's very easy to find, and every taxi driver knows it. The old part of the mall has a pink exterior, whilst the new extension is a sleek, modern, glass design.

If you don't want to battle the traffic to get across the creek to the Deira City Centre, then I definitely recommend the Bur Juman.

I used to live close-by and love to shop there.

There are also many great food outlets: there is a Food Court in the old section with Subway, Burger King, etc. (top level, centre court) as well as a very nice restaurant area on the top floor of the new extension as well. Many great restaurants & cafes, inluding Gloria Jean's Coffee (South Court), Cafe Havanna (new extension), Dome Cafe (Parking level), Yo!Sushi (Ground level) and Paul's French Bakery (new extension) have branches in Bur Juman Centre. There are shops to fit every budget, every taste and every age! Definitely worth a visit.

Some of the shops you may look for in the mall are:
> Virgin Megastore
> ZARA (Fashion for Women & Men)
> MANGO (Fashion for Women)
> NEW LOOK (newly openend in April 2008)
> Paris Gallery (Cosmetics, Perfumes, Watches, etc.)

Opening Hours: Saturday to Thursday 10:00 am - 10:00pm.
Friday 02:00pm - 10:00pm.

The Bur Juman has grown a lot in the past years. It now also boasts a residential tower with luxury duplex apartments, and an office tower as well. Also, directly connected to the mall you will also find the BURJUMAN ROTANA SUITES Hotel: http://www.rotana.com/property-11.htm This is a 4-star hotel in a very central location indeed. I have found this general rule: The "old" (pink) part of the mall mainly has affordable "medium-range" shops, while the new (glass) part mainly has exclusive designer stores such as Gucci, Armani, Donna Karen... you get the picture.

UPDATE: Since January 2008 a smoking ban has come into effect in Dubai's shopping malls.

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Forum Posts

From Al Rigga Street to Port Raship Cruise Terminal

by uhgohil

Can someone please help me.
How far is cruise Terminal from Ramee Guestline Hotel in Al Rigga Street, Dubai.
And the price and best way to go there, i have 2 suit cases.
Also what there is to see and do near Al Rigga Street.
From Airport in Dubai to Hotel, how are the buses or public transportation and the cost?
How much taxi about.
I have British and Canadian passport and I live in Montreal, do I need a visa?
Any help you give will be appreciated.
Thank you

Re: From Al Rigga Street to Port Raship Cruise Terminal

by colin_bramso

Hi, welcome to VT.

Best way from the hotel to cruise terminal will be by taxi and it's about four or five kilometres. Taxis are metered and I guess the fare will be less than AED15.

From the airport to the hotel is also only seven or eight kilometres. Airport taxis have a surcharge of AED20, the total fare would be maybe AED35.

If you use your Canadian passport you will need to organise a visa in advance so I suggest you use your British passport because with that you'll get a visa on arrival at Dubai airport.

Al Rigga Street is in the heart of the original city with plenty to see if you just walk around. It's the area where the Creek, souks and old shopping areas are located.

Have a look at our Dubai pages here on VT (just click on our names or use the search panel and then follow the links) where you'll find all the info you need about what to see and do.

Re: From Al Rigga Street to Port Raship Cruise Terminal

by Dan30

If you’re traveling to Dubai best travel with your British Passport i.e. British Passport has to state you are a British Citizen – the top part of Passport has to say European Union. Their are 6 different types of British Passport


1.British citizen
2.British subject
3.British Overseas Territories citizen
4.British Overseas citizen
5.British National (Overseas)
6British protected person
Commonwealth citizen

IF don’t have a British Passport with icon European Union and inside does not say British Citizens you will need a visa in advance.


Canada is the first western country that needs a visa in advance to travel to the UAE.

Regarding other point, from Airport to Hotel – As Colin stated they will be 20 AED fee it could cost you 40 AED maybe 60 AED for a journey 17 USD.

As the rest of the questions I am sure VT members will be able to answer them.



Colin do you think the new visa policy for Canada Citizens will change? I was suspired to hear these new rules, I am aware of the issue, but not give VOA I feel it’s bit heavy hand.

I know Qatar tried not give VOA to western citizens at the end they put hold on it.


We will see what other western nations will be next in the UAE not give them VOA – the visa policy always changing.

Re: From Al Rigga Street to Port Raship Cruise Terminal

by colin_bramso

Dan, the rules change all the time (usually with no advance notice and with no obvious reason). The Canadian visa thing comes into force at the beginning of January so it could even change before that. The two governments are fighting over airline access, it escalated into the visa argument (Emiratis have to get a visa for Canada so they're using that as an additional complaint). My guess is that it will all be settled in due course and go back to how it was. In the meantime it will inconvenience Canadian travellers, but when did governments care about things like that!

Travel Tips for Dubai

photographing women

by call_me_rhia

Taking phots of people - and women in particular - is not allowed/recommended unless you aks for permission. Women will rarely give permission hence... you are stuck.
If you feel like you'd like to snap a photo or two, the best thing is to ask a woman traveling with you to pose for a photo, and then zoom in on some passing-by vailed women.
The photo you can see here is taken by my friend xaver - the woman you don't see in the photo is me... I stroke many poses for him, and ended up on only one photo.

Privilege Discount Card

by najamrulz

If you book holidays package with Emirates holidays then you would get a complimentary kit by Arabian Adventures on your arrival at Dubai. It also includes privilege discount card. Card holders can get attactive discounts at many leading shopping malls.

Along with discount card comes a huge detailed map of Dubai which is a must for every tourist. This map gives exact details of each and every corner of Dubai along with road names.

If card holders return this discount card to Arabian Adventure people on their trip back to home country then they can also win grand prizes through regular lucky draws. I have used this discount card and got good discounts at main shopping malls.

Walking-exercise & shopping: 6 malls in one!

by JessH about IBN BATTUTA MALL

One of our more recent additions to Dubai's fleet of shopping malls; I must admit that Ibn Battuta is quite spectacular... sheerly by its size!
Strolling through the corridors and the courtyards of the 6 different countries (India, China, Persia, Egypt, Tunesia & Andalusia) it took us approx. 2 1/2 hours and we still hadn't seen everything! It is named after a famous Persian explorer: Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was the only medieval traveller who is known to have visited the lands of every Muslim ruler in his lifetime. He also travelled to Ceylon (present Sri Lanka), China, Byzantium & Southern Russia.

At first I thought: what can be so different about this one? Shopping mall after shopping mall in Dubai basically offers the same stores, same things & same food outlets. But Ibn Battuta actually has a "Health Food Court" besides McDonald's, KFC, etc. which promotes healthy Asian dishes, vegetarian food, salads, fresh fruit cocktails and so on to the many overweight local Arab children.
Obesity is becoming a problem in the UAE and Ibn Battuta surely offers a great health-food and exercise plan, turning every shopping trip into a walk-a-thon! :-)

There's also a large Fun World for kids and the architecture of the various courts really is beautiful.

For Dubai residents, our choices of what to do with our free time & weekends are drastically reduced as soon as summer comes around (June-September), so there's really nothing else you can do to escape the heat than to walk around the various shopping malls, meet friends, go to the cinema, eat - drink - and be merry & cool in the airconditioning! Ibn Battuta has managed to bring in some shops that have opened their doors for the first time in the UAE, e.g. Sasch, Lego Technik, Geant Hypermarket, etc.

TIP for Tourists: The Mall has a "viewing baloon" which rises on a wire and gives you a great view of the surrounding cityscape. (see my photo)

Opening Hours: 7 Days a week, 10:00am - midnight

NOTE: This is a nice mall, with lots to see and do - but if you don't have much time during your visit to see all major malls, I'd honestly "skip" Ibn Battuta and visit the Mall of the Emirates instead... Somehow it's nicer, easier to navigate & the restaurants are better.

UPDATE: Since January 2008 a smoking ban has come into effect in Dubai's shopping malls. The various courts offer specialities from the respective countries, but if you want to buy souveniers, I still recommend the shopping area of Karama where the same items are more than 60% cheaper!

The Big Bus

by littlebush

Just a note that Emirates are a brilliant airline. If you have time at the airport, use the swimming pool/sauna/jacuzzi to freshen up, its only $5.

We used the tacky, as touristy as hell, BIG BUS tour company, which was actually a very good way of getting around and seeing the sights if youre there for only for a few days. its a 24hour ticket so you can use for 2 days, and it goes to all the important sights. it costs 220dh and has commentary which can give you useful facts.

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 Burjuman Rotana Suites

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Address: Trade Centre Road, Dubai, 0000, United Arab Emirates