Jumeirah Living World Trade Centre Residence

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

2nd Zabeel Road, Dubai, 116555, United Arab Emirates
Jumeirah Living World Trade Centre Residence
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 33% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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city cetre mall

by arab_stallion

assallaamualaikum!i just got back from dubai and at sallah times they give azan,the azan that is given in the city centre mall is simply beautiful!i really wanna know which muazin gives the azan?hope you can help me in that regard jazakallah wslm

Re: city cetre mall

by mohsin79

What azaan you talking about? The one which is said on the speaker in the mall...or the one in the prayer room at the time of salah.

Regards

Re: city cetre mall

by Doctor38

The Athan broadcasted in the mall is only a recording. There isn't an actual person performing the Athan that you hear in the mall.

Re: city cetre mall

by arab_stallion

the one that is said on the loud speaker of the mall.do you know the muazins name i wish to download it.jazakallah for the reply!

Re: city cetre mall

by Doctor38

Sorry I don't knoww his name

Re: city cetre mall

by mohsin79

If i go to the city centre in next few days, i will ask the office to give the name of the muazzin. And i will write to you

Thanks
bye

Re: city cetre mall

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well, by contacting the mall itself they should provide you the information:

Customer Service :
+971 4 295 4486
infodesk@maf.ae

Mall Management :
+971 4 295 4545
dccmarketing@maf.ae

Travel Tips for Dubai

Dirham is UAE's Currency

by Rinjani

The currency for UAE is Dirham. Just for basic information, 1 USD = 3.65 DIrhams (always check)

Dirham comes in the note of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100,200, 500 and 1,000.
And coins os 25 fills, 50 fills and 1 Dirham.
1 Dirham is equal to 100 Fills.

You can find Money Changer Office spread in the main’s location such as shopping centers. Mercatto Mall, City Center, Lamcy and Burjuman has Money Changer Office.

Dubai Tennis Championship 2007

by jwilliams2005

The Dubai Tennis Championship was a classic experience. I met some very nice people. The staff was very effecient. I paid for my ticket online, and the tennis stadium personnel were very prompt in finding my reservation. The tennis stadium was officially inaugurated in February 1996, the Dubai Tennis Stadium is located in the grounds of the Aviation Club Tennis Centre, the stadium is completely self-contained. The stadium comprises a 5,000 seat centre court, VIP area and Royal enclosure, press office, press interview rooms, ATP Tour offices, TV commentary boxes and changing rooms.

The event lasts from Feb 19th until Mar 3rd. I am definately attending in 2008. The shops were duty free, and you could buy tennis rackets, clothers, shoes, etc.

Mall of the Emirates

by mccrorj about All decent shops are here.

This isn't a shop it's the largest mall I have ever visited resplendent with it's own ski slope. The ski slope is an interesting site, if you can get past the damage it must be causing to the climate. It is surrounded by a Alpine ski chale facade and in fact you can sit next to a vistual log fire and watch everyone skiing. I'd love to say it isn't as cheesy as it sounds but it is. I would still make the effort to have a look at the slopes. Away for the central attraction there is every store imaginable. If shopping is your thing I suspect you could spend weeks (and a not so small fortune) within the walls of the mall. Whatever takes your fancey but I wouldn't come looking for bargains As much as you want.

TWELVE 'O CLOCK BAR BLUES

by Siddha3th about THE BAHRI BAR

Decadently cosmopolitan... sleek bar stools and antique chairs invite you to come on over and sample some wine. But the low-sunk sofas seem just that bit more inviting. Soft lights in amber cast a pretty langurous glow on proceedings. The jazz singer and her ivory tinkler companion rustle up a decent enough offering of Sinatra and Sade. You could spend an evening in many worse ways than this...

The Bahri Bar gets a well-deserved nod for its detail to ambience... the al fresco seating area, throwing up a bewitching vista of the Madinat's winding waterways and the Gulf beyond, is one of the best places to share a drink and conversation in. The bar gets a few marks deducted though, for the lethargy and plain forgetfullness of some of the waiting staff. Minor quibble this, one which is soon washed away by the blissful pervading atmosphere.

... time to hit them 12 bar blues again.

My experience with Emirates

by xuessium

Flew 4 sectors with them, all Economy. Tried the airline as plenty of folks had sung their praises. SIN-DBX (Boeing 773), DBX-CMN (Airbus 332), CMN-DBX (Airbus 332) and DBX-SIN (Boeing 773). The airline certainly optimises the space on the planes, going for a 3-4-3 configuration on the 773 and a 2-4-2 on the A332. Packed to the brim with minimal seating space and leg room. Comfort for the passengers seems to be the last thing considered.

Only had the chance to try the latest inflight entertainment system "ICE" on the last leg. Despite the bigger PTVs, the shows are not up to date compared to Emirates competitors.

Food in Economy was average, hardly meeting the great stuff compliments I have heard.

Service among FAs was uneven, despite having an impressive crew that can speak more than 7 languages on the last flight. Hardly see any FAs during the flight; most of them preferring to hide at the back chit-chatting. When asked for a blanket as my seat was missing one on 1 of the flights, the FA returned with one and a nonchalant stare plus "OK?". What happened to manners?

Certainly did not leave up to its glittering image.

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Address: 2nd Zabeel Road, Dubai, 116555, United Arab Emirates