Clover Creek Hotel Apartments

Maktoum Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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6
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meal and drink prices

by ericn131

hi folks, im of to dubai next week staying in the mina a salam.was wondering what prices to expect. say lunch for 2 ,or dinner for 2, how much is a beer how much is an average bottle of wine,just a rough estimate of prices to expect in this 5 star hotel

Re: meal and drink prices

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
The price depends on what you take as lunch or dinner and if you add drinks to your meal or not but on average a meal for two without drinks could cost anywhere from 250 to 400 AED!!

Re: meal and drink prices

by JessH

Hi from Dubai :-)

Generally, prices tend to be a bit higher in those restaurants that are licensed to serve alcohol (which the ones in Mina A'Salam are).
For a 3 course-meal for dinner (just food) I'd estimate around Dhs 200.- per person..

A bottle of Heineken beer will probably be around 27 Dirhams, for wine prices we'll have to wait for Colin's expertise :-)

Re: meal and drink prices

by colin_bramso

No expertise on wine prices from me Jess, I refuse to pay the ridiculous amounts the hotels charge!

Eric, I suggest you get out of the hotel and get the flavour of the area by eating in some of the restaurants in streets or malls.(Plenty of suggestions in our Restaurant Tips here on VT). They can't sell alcohol, so if that's a must for you you're stuck with paying silly prices in five star hotels.

You can get a meal for two in excellent restaurants for as little as AED100.

BTW, our favourite buffet is at Le Meridien Mina Seyahi, a short taxi ride from your hotel. The good news is that drinks (unlimited) are included in the cost, the food is the best, price is AED200 each.

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D.I.Y. Desert Driving - Safety Tips.

by JessH

Many people enjoy taking the wheel into their own hands & heading-off into the sands, underestimating the lethal potential of the desert, no matter how close or far you are from the city.

I've taken my Jeep off-road many times and here's a useful check-list:
1. MAIN RULE: Never drive into the desert with less than 3 cars!
2. The most experienced driver leads the way
3. Let someone know where you're going and when you expect to return
4. Examine the radiator for leaks
5. Turn off the air conditioning to avoid the car overheating & watch the temperature gauge
6. Check all the car's fluids: oil, coolant, brake fluid, gear oil etc.
7. Be certain your headlights, taillights & brake lights work
8. Bring a map. A good one is the "Offroad Explorer" hand book for UAE & Oman
9. Check your tires; don't deflate them too much! Otherwise you'll need a pump
10. Make sure at least 2 persons have tow-ropes & an especially designed balloon-air-jack for the sand (any normal jack will, of course, sink!)
11. Keep your distance! You cannot break abruptly in soft sand.
12. In case of having to pull a stuck car, stand well clear of the towing rope & close all windows. If the rope snaps, it could easily cut someone's head off!
13. Bring plenty of drinking water.
14. Pack a first-aid-kit... it can be a long drive to the nearest medical help
15. If you want a camp fire, bring wood... there's no wood in the desert!
16. Make sure you have at least 2 fully charged mobile phones in your group
17. TAKE YOUR RUBBISH HOME WITH YOU so you don't affect local wildlife & so the next person can enjoy the beauty of the desert!

If you want to take part in an organised desert trip by professional tour operators, click here for info: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/1300d9/

Twin Towers

by Willettsworld

The Twin Towers shopping mall is located in Deira on the banks of the creek and is now a famous creek landmark. The gleaming towers are home to exclusive designer outlets such as Hugo Boss, Cartier and Emporio Armani and other upscale specialty shops and trendy boutiques.

CHEERS TO THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PUB

by Siddha3th about WAXY O' CONNOR'S

God bless the Irish. As if creating Guiness weren't enough, they also went and populated almost every major city in the world with atleast one quaint, neighborhood pub which went on to become everybody's staple. In the locality of Bur Dubai, that honour rests with Waxy O' Conner's (Waxy's, for short).

Short on frills and almost dangerously dingy, nothing really strikes you about the interiors upon first entering the joint. Pool table inside, a couple of bars, and loads of sofas 'n tables strewn about - pub by numbers, mostly. But what Waxy' lacks in the style department, it more than makes up with its outrageous theme nights. Karaoke showdowns, '80s get-togethers, and more free alcohol for the girls than should be legal. And then there's the Friday Brunch - a rowdy, inebriated affair resulting from a 50 Dhs. free-for-all!

A nice place to warm your soul (and throat) before heading off elsewhere. For those of us in Bur Dubai, Waxy's IS our Cheers :) Super casual!

The best shawarma in town!

by xty about Al Mallah

This is probably the best shawarma sandwich I ever taste in Dubai. Crispy sliced grilled chicken with tasty garlic paste rolled in a delicious pita bread.

One shawarma sandwich costs 4 Dirhams, but sometimes they give a discount when you buy many. The size is not big so normally I take 3-5 pieces each time. You can eat in the restaurant or you can just take them out.

The restaurant is located on Al Dhiyafah road which is one of the top spots in Dubai. It has many restaurants, cafes, and stores. Chicken shawarma sandwich. There are also other choices of Middle Eastern (Lebanese) foods like falafel, grilled chicken, etc.

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