Dream Palace Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Al Murqabat, Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Satisfaction Average
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 14% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples48
  • Solo57
  • Business43

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Dream Palace Hotel

by galatea234 about Dream Palace Hotel

The hotel rooms surpassed their rates. I was expecting to be staying in a really cramped room as I paid only AED250 for a night's stay (which is cheaper than the hell-holes of Ibis hotel rooms) but the room was big, the toilet was not cramped at all and the service was superb. I left my ring when I checked out of the hotel and called them up the same day and was advised that the housekeeper already gave it to the reception and I can take it anytime. I've been recommending this place to all my friends visiting my here in Dubai as it really is a good deal for your money. The rooms were very much alike Grand Millenium Al Barsha's rooms which is a 5star property.

Dream Palace, More Like Nightmare on Elm Street

by Geordiecarl about Dream Palace Hotel

After 18 hours of travelling ia bed was very welcome indeed but the 'dream palace' was not a blace we could relax. The reception was dirty, and service was slow for check in. Our Room was on the 5th floor, a hot room which the door kept jamming damp floors. On closer inspection the place got worse, window wouldnt shut, door wouldnt lock appliences were plugged in using wires (ie had no plugs) there was even NAKED WIRES IN THE BATHROOM, health hazzard.

During our short 2 night stay our party had many problems, I could'nt get my passport on checkout. Worst of all another member of the party came back at 4am to find his room 3 inches deep in water (remember 'electrical faults' above) which ruined the majority of their luggage.

Dubai's Fawlty Towers A man will iron your clothes for you and an electrician will come to your room on demand to fit an american plug into a british socket!


As seen from the creek bankAs seen from the creek bank


Our food at El ChicoOur food at El Chico

Galler entrance, Wafi City MallGaller entrance, Wafi City Mall

Forum Posts


by shh_silence

How far is "dream palace hotel" from jumeira mosque?

what is the best way to see abu dhabi from dubai? do i need to take a guided tour?

Re: distance

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

dream palace hotel is located in Muraqqabat Road and the distance is about 20 Kilometers from jumeira mosque!! Seeing Abu Dhabi if you have a car can be done on yourself, otherwise taking a guided tour would be a good option!!

Re: distance

by colin_bramso

I agree with Amir, a guided tour of AD would be the best option.

Hotel in Dubai

by kaynicjon

Does anyone know anything abou the Ascot Hotel in Dubai. I looks like a small 2 star hotel near the commercial centre.

I'd be grateful for any comments.


RE: Hotel in Dubai

by JessH

The Ascot Hotel is located near the creek, in the heart of Old Dubai ("Bur Dubai") in centre of the Textile Souk :-) It's a nice area for exploring Dubai by foot and seeing the traditional and historical side of Dubai.

The hotel is nothing special, but it's ok.

Jess ('c',)

RE: Hotel in Dubai

by colin_bramso

Hi Pat. It's a 2 to 3 star hotel. Located on the busiest street in Bur Dubai but a good location for exploring the centre of the city. Close to some shopping malls and the local shopping area around Al Fahidi Street, then on into the souks and to the Creek.

RE: Hotel in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well Ascot is a 4 star hotel, the following are 2 star hotels you can choose:

Admiral Plaza Hotel
P.O.Box : 26888
Telephone : 3935333
Fax : 3935111
Website: www.admiralplazahotel.com Email : admplaza@emirates.net.ae

Al Ahrar Hotel
P.O.Box : 12978
Telephone : 2724000
Fax : 2724455
Website: Email :

Al Jawhara Hotel (under renovation)
P.O.Box : 7217
Telephone : 2223141
Fax : 2232049
Website: Email : gm@aljawharahotel.com

Al Khayam Hotel
P.O.Box : 82249
Telephone : 2264211
Fax : 2265825
Website: Email : khayamh@emirates.net.ae

Al Sham Hotel
P.O.Box : 4947
Telephone : 2710555
Fax : 2730044
Website: Email : sham_htl@emirates.net.ae

California Hotel
P.O.Box : 1590
Telephone : 2242429
Fax : 2223347
Website: Email : mehgroup@emirates.net.ae

Champselysees Hotel
P.O.Box : 88102
Telephone : 2289666
Fax : 2248926
Website: Email : celysees@emirates.net.ae

City King Hotel
P.O.Box : 29562
Telephone : 2273337
Fax : 2271331
Website: Email : cityking@emirates.net.ae

Dallas Hotel
P.O.Box : 51582
Telephone : 3511223
Fax : 3511248
Website: Email :

Dream Palace Hotel
P.O.Box : 82777
Telephone : 2229292
Fax : 2227779
Website: www.dreampalacehotel.com Email : reservations@dreampalacehotel.com

Shopping in Dubai

by Sherl

Hi, I'm Sherl & is coming to Dsf on 7th Feb for a short trip.I' ve just come across this site & joined it. I live in Manchester,UK & thank all those who have answered to the queries in this forum which has been a help to me too.
I'd like to kno is it ok for a single girl to shop around alone & any specific timings for shopping malls being open & best shops in gold souk for gold & saris & casuals & also a funny request,kitchen items.
Also how far is dubai airport from dream palace hotel ( is this hotel safe for a single female )& distance approx from this hotel to shopping malls.
Hope to recieve good replies & thanks.

Re: Shopping in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there Sherl,
Well as I have mentioned before Dubai is safe for everybody male or female , single or married :-)
The best time for shopping is 10:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
For saris you can go to Meena Bazar located in Bur Dubai or Karama Shopping Center. There is a big supernarket in Deira City Center called Carrefour, they have all kinds of kitchen utensils.
I leave you an URL giving some information about dream palace hotel, it says that the distance is a five minute drive to Airport and walking distance to shopping malls. The URL is:


The hotel would be safe, in the unlikely event of being in any kind of risky situation you can contact police on telephone number 999.

Wish you a safe trip and happy memories to take back home.

Re: Shopping in Dubai

by colin_bramso

There's not really a 'best shop' in the gold souk, they're all good and have a huge range of jewellery. The best thing to do is spend some time wandering around and looking - which you'll enjoy doing anyway - and when you see something you like, go in and look at it & get the price. Make a note ogf the shop's name and carry on wandering, you may well come across the same thing at a cheaper price in another shop, or something you prefer. Keep on until you've finally decided what you want and you've found the best price for it.
There are shopping malls all over Dubai - I think the nearest to your hotel will be Al Ghurair City.

Re: Re: Shopping in Dubai

by colin_bramso

Also, Deira City Centre which Amir mentioned is not far away.

Re: Shopping in Dubai

by makhan_63

welcome to dubai sheri. I am sure u will enjoy the trip. weather is nice and shopping is good. brings lots of money to shop. Thats what this place is famous for, among a few other things.
Single girl, half a girl or many girls...dubai is pretty safe. Just dont ask for trouble and you wont encounter any.
Dream palace is an ok place. I have known some ppl who stayed there in the past. I mean no one is going to knock on yr door and harrass you there. its quite central to where the action of DSF is. In any case police here is very efficient and polite.
Have a good trip.Once you are here an need anything then write to me on my hotmail addy truth786@hotmail.com

Travel Tips for Dubai

Deira City Centre

by uglyscot about Carrefour

The City Centre is one of the older and most popular shopping malls, mainly because at first Carrefour was very reasonable where prices are concerned. Now the whole of City centre has expanded several times. There are a variety of shops selling clothes, electronics, and a wide range of restaurants.
There are often displays at certain times of the year like at Christmas, New Year, the Eids and the Summer Festival.
The multiscreen cinema is very popular with many up to date films.
Parking can be a nightmare at the weekend. Good for electronic and computer supplies. It accepts dollars as well as dirhams, though the exchange rate is not as good as otside. Carrefour is very reasonable. The better nown shops can be expensive


by mbatsheba

If visiting individually - then I there should be no problem travelling around Dubai as there are TAXIS AVAILABLE. Bargain the PRICE to your Destination OR insist on the METER being starting before you step in.

The authentic british style curry and balti dishes


This is a hidden gem as we called it. They have recently opened and its a couple from the UK who are very friendly and welcoming. They explained to us the reason for opening was to cater for the masses on British expats who are here in Dubai who all miss the traditional style Indian Curry and balti from the UK. This means your common favorites on the menu.
The restaurant is accomodating about 30 people and its ambience is very cosy and warm.
The food is to die for and very filling at a very modest price. Also finally a place which sells proper mint sauce not the common milk sauce you get anywhere else. Just that in the chutney tray and those large cispy poppadoms is even to make order everything of the menu!
They import in the spices etc to make sure its as good as the UK. Even the chefs are from the UK.
Very well executed restaurant and a very good market as we were amazed you could get this food out here after trying many other Indian restaurants with no avail.
The fact you are made to feel very welcomed and they bend over backwards to make sure you are okay was a treat as many restaurant is Dubai seem to lack the service standards we are used to. The basic chicken tikka massala is awesome as its very tasty and just like the UK. And the meat is all off the bone!! Freshly cooked and to top it off a fraction of the price of the other badly executed Indian restaurants in Dubai. Like we said a hidden Gem!!


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Address: Al Murqabat, Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates