Dubai Park Hotel

Sheikh Zayed Road, P.O. 22380, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Arab Discotheque in Dubai

by randy23

Hello to everyone. Coming from Europe on holidays in next weeks in Dubai, I enjoy very much Arab discotheque with Live music. What is the Best place in Dubai to enjoy it? Many thanks to all..

Randy

RE: Arab Discotheque in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
Check the following:

Arabic Nightclubs
Arabic nightclubs usually warm-up around 10.30 p.m.
Dubai
Al Abya Dubai Park Hotel 04 3992222
Al Diwan Metropolitan Palace Hotel 04 2051336
Escoba Al Khaleej Palace Hotel 04 2231000

Nightclubs

by Koko04

Hi there,

Can someone tell me which clubs in Dubai play R&B and Hip Hop?
We will be staying in Le Royal Meridien, is there any good clubs near this hotel?
Many thanks
K

RE: Nightclubs

by JessH

Hi!

Out on the Jumeirah beach strip (where Le Meridien is) I'm aware of
Charlie Parrot's - Oasis Beach Hotel
Hard Rock Cafe - Dubai Park Hotel
Trilogy - Madinat Jumeirah

I'm not exactly sure about R&B and Hip Hop, but I'm quite sure that Trilogy has different theme nights, as well as Charlie Parrot's.

http://www.dubailook.com/trilogy.html
http://www.jebelali-international.com/oasis_bar_restaurants.asp

For more nightlife tips, why not click on a certain member's name and then look under "nightlife Tips" on our various Dubai-pages?

Also, this is a really useful website for finding anything and everything that goes on in and around town:
http://www.timeoutdubai.com/

Have a blast!

Jess

RE: Nightclubs

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
After useful reply of Jess its also useful to check the following URL with lots of information and pictures:

http://www.mumtazz.com/dubai/

Good luck.
Amir

RE: Nightclubs

by Koko04

Many thanks to all.

K

Indian Restaurant with orchestra

by Pixie5

Once I visited Dubai, we had dinner in an Indian restaurant (in a hotel I think). There were 4 or 5 Indian singers sitting on the floor singing for us. It was very, very nice.
But I cannot remember where it was or the name of this restaurant.
Can you help?

RE: Indian Restaurant with orchestra

by Seentheworld

There are many Indian restaurants there with bands. Please be more specific. The weather there is always warm to hot, even at Christmas time. You may need a light jacket at night in the worse cases.

RE: Indian Restaurant with orchestra

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well there is a hotel that I can suggest, it is Dubai Park Hotel:

P.O. Box 22380, Dubai - UAE
Telephone: +971 4 399 2222; Facsimile: +971 4 399 2111
Email: dxbprkht@emirates.net.ae

They have many restaurants most with live entertainment, check the following URL to know more about the hotel:

http://www.dubaiparkhotel.com/restaurants.htm

Good luck.

RE: Indian Restaurant with orchestra

by pjdubai

Hiya

It sounds like the Indian Restaurant in the Sheraton Creekside hotel (Ashiana) but it could be a lot of different places. Following is a weblink to the hotel so you can check: http://www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/search/hotel_detail.html?propertyID=408

Travel Tips for Dubai

Photography of Arab women

by najamrulz

UAE is an Islamic country so you should respect Islamic traditions and local culture. Although, Dubai is a cosmopolitan city but still you have to be careful. If you want to photograph any local Arab women then first take permission. It is also not recommended shake hand with local women. As per Islamic traditions, it is not considered good to shake hand with stanger men.

Local Arab women cover themselve with black colored Abaya. Some of them even cover their lips and eyes. Have a look at photo of traditional arab woman taken at Dubai museum.

Sharjah Shooting Club

by kuwait_david

Drop by the Sharjah Shooting Club straight out Emirates Road and just after the airport turning take the next right at the new petrol station. The two big cannons are the landmark to find the entrance. Once inside you can shoot indoors or outdoors with a range of guns including Magnums, air rifles and shotguns. Target and Clay Pigeon shooting is available. it is only 80 dirhams to fire 25 shots from a shotgun, one of the cheapest rates I have ever found. You can also fire magnum pistols, .22 air rifles and the list goes on. Once you are finished dont miss the great restaurant especially the mushroom soup served in a bowl made of bread. Eat out on the terrace and watch some very skilled shooters hit target after target after target. Sharjah as a dry emirate means you need to try the banana milkshakes and remember Sharjah is a much more modest emirate than Dubai so dress appropriately and behave accordingly.

Pashmina

by Rinjani

In the cooler months, Pashmina is a-must-have fashion list for most of women in Dubai. It’s soft, warm, light and effortlessly make you look cool. Pashmina originates from Capra Hircus and Antelope goats which can be found in the high lands of Kashmir and Tibet. A soft part of the goat’s back results a beautiful and soft Pashmina.

The real Pashmina is quite expensive, and concerning of the conservation of those goats, many Pashmina seller sells “modified” Pashmina. In some shops, you will find that Pashmina will be classified into percentage of the mixture, such as 30 : 70, 20 : 80, 50 : 50, etc. Or, there is also pure synthetic material (the price is much cheaper)

Be careful if you shop in the market. You really need to know which “pure” Pashmina and the “fake” ones. The pure Pashmina is very soft and light. I saw the seller test the real Pashmina by sliding it into the ring. It slides smoothly. The price is around 370 Dirhams above (100% Pashmina). The mixture percentage of Pashmina is vary, between 25 to 250 Dirhams. You also need to bargain the price.
My favorite shop to buy Pashmina is in Central Souq, Sharjah (oops I have to put this information under Sharjah guide, but anyway…..) The price there is quite cheap.

Marina
Sharjah Central Market
Block-7, shop 12, 37 & 41
Tel : +971-6-5734821/+971-6-5746490/+971-6-5733879

Crazy taxi drivers

by ursa9

Taxis are really cheap and it is easy to drive around with them - the best way of travelling round Dubai (besides abra :-)). However, watch out if you have a bad stomack!!! Drivers are crazy! They have this type of driving: driving with full speed and break and gas and break... And the stomack is going up and down and up and down :-((. We even had a car accident! I saw it coming, did not surprise me at all! We had a driver once who said in his broken English, "no car - no red" and "no breaking, no breaking!" Crikey!

Unlimited Champers!!

by nattybabe about Marina Seafood Restaurant - Jumeriah Beach Hotel

If you're after a very swish afternoon then I would have to recommend having brunch at the Marina Seafood Restaurant at Jumeriah Beach Hotel. It is primarily a seafood brunch, but the main highlight is the free flowing Verve Champagne. The buffet is quite small (smaller than I have seen at other brunches) but you also get to choose a main course in between the buffet.

At AED460 it is one of the more expensive brunches, but you are paying for the verve, the seafood as well as an incredible view. The Marina Restaurant is located directly under 360 bar which is at the end of a long bridge out in the middle of the water. So, you have 360 views of the Jumeriah Beach Hotel, the Jumeriah beach, the general water as well as the Burj Al Arab. Not too bad I say!! You also get automatic entry into 360 bar which usually requires your name to be on a guestlist so you can continue the day with your friends into the night.

For those that are worried about walking the distance to the restaurant, there are complementary gulf buggies ready to take you to and from the restaurant or bar.

Highly recommended!!

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