Hotel Versailles

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Al Rigga, P.O. Box 33382 Behind Al Dana Centre, Deira, Dubai, 33382, United Arab Emirates
Versailles Hotel
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Satisfaction Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 14% lower than similarly priced 2.5 star hotels

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  • Couples54
  • Solo58
  • Business36

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Forum Posts

hi, my holidy is nearly here. where do i get of for rose rotona

by julie70julie7093

hi, me and my son are going to do the metro, we will get it from the air port to the rose rotona hotel,could you please advice,where do i go in the airport to get a tickeralso where do i get of,as im staying in the rose rotana hotel? thanks

Re: hi, my holidy is nearly here. where do i get of for rose rotona

by colin_bramso

The Metro only allows small baggage (even from the airport) of under W81cm H58cm D30cm in size. Assuming you have smaller bags than that, the nearest Metro station to the Rose Rotana is Dubai Financial Centre.

The airport stations are at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, you buy your tickets at the station (Silver ticket is the one to ask for, not Gold Class). Everything is clearly signposted in English and staff are on duty to help. You'll need some local currency, dirhams, to buy the tickets and there are money exchanges at the airport.

Alternatively you could get a taxi from the airport to the hotel, cost I guess would be about AED50.

Re: hi, my holidy is nearly here. where do i get of for rose rotona

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

As Colin mentioned, you also have the choice of Taxi which is very convenient compare to metro especially if you carry big luggage!!
Safe trip and good luck.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Just walk along the streets and enjoy what u see!

by estephan

don't forget to have some "shisha" ("hooka", "waterpipe", "argile"), in one of the little cafes along the Dubai creek, or in Deira...
take a fragrant persian tea with iranian or turkish will definitely enjoy the sunset and the twilight , having a light relaxing smoke, whatching crowds of seagals flying around, ancient boats from unknown countries and local "abras"(boats) crossing the Dubai Creek transporting people from one side of Dubai Creek to another.... : )

Thursday, Friday is the week-end

by bzh

In the Islamic religion, Friday is the holy day, as opposed to Sunday for the Western world. as a result, the working week in Dubai starts on the Saturday morning and ends on the Wednesday evening. So, if you deal with the region, avoid calling people on a Thursday or a Friday and don't be surprised if they call you on a Saturday or a Sunday.

The interesting consequence of this is you can take a direct flight form London on the Friday night after work, fly all night and arrive in Dubai early in the morning, ready to start a new working week. Or the other way round, you can fly out of Dubai on a Friday night, at the end of the week-end, fly all night and arrive in London on the Saturday morning, ready for two more days off.

The big one

by pakistanibrain about The Mall of the Emirates

This is probably the biggest Mall of Dubai. The famous "Dubai Ski" is attached to it as well.

Thousands of Shops of different kinds and price categories are there to be seen. It will definitely take more than a day to see the whole mall. We visit the Mall of the Emirates very often for grocery and other stuff, not only because it's relatively close to our house (approx. 15 minutes drive), but also because it has such a wide variety of different shops. The ones we shop at mostly are Carrefour (supermarket) and Home Center (Furniture and other household items). There are a lot of shops with different price levels.

shisha nights...

by call_me_rhia about R.A.GL cafe

Smokey nights... apple-scented nights in a wonderful place full of local flavour. We went three times and each time we were the only foreigners there... it is mainly a cozy and friendly dishdasha place where you can sip mint tea, smoke nargileh and play backgammon undisturbed... during ramadan times there was a special selection of traditional desserts - including an unforgettable cheesy one wwhose name I can't remember. Whatever you want and feel comfortable in ... if a woman it's best (but not compulsory) to dress modestly.

Traffic in Dubai

by Airpunk

Most countries have something rather usual on top of their death cause list. Mostly these are heart and blood circulation diseases, cancer is also always among the main causes and in some countries the HI virus has claimed the most deaths. In Dubai, the main cause of death is a traffic accident. Perhaps you’ll find out why, if you want to cross one of the big roads like Sheikh Zayed road and can’t find a traffic light (on which I wouldn’t encessarily rely on…). People speed around and do not always respect traffic rules. But this is only one side of Dubai’s trafficproblem. On the other side, the city’s streets are not growing with the same speed as Dubai’s population and their cars. So, during rush hours (early from 8:00 am on and in the afternoon from 4:00 pm), it is likely to see the mother of all traffic jams. Try to avoid these hours and check if your point of destination is within walking distance. Everything is better than to sit almost two hours trapped in a bus (or a car).


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Address: Al Rigga, P.O. Box 33382 Behind Al Dana Centre, Deira, Dubai, 33382, United Arab Emirates