Karama Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Sheikh Zayed Road, PO Box 116945, Karama, Dubai, 00000, United Arab Emirates

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64%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
7%
5
Very Good
17%
12
Average
40%
28
Poor
24%
17
Terrible
11%
8

Value Score Average Value

Costs 24% less but rated 20% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families22
  • Couples33
  • Solo42
  • Business30
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    Affordable hotel

    by

    It was a pleasant stay, room is clean, good facilities and affordable too.Why i say affordable is because the price of hotel in Dubai nowadays gets so expensive and here i am paying a discounted price because i get a promotional rate for company rates. Located near amenities...eating places and a supermarket and near pay phones too making it easier to call home or anywhere. Normal price is 350 dirhams per nite but i got it for 250 per nite

    Unique Quality: There are 2 niteclubs, swimming pool, coffee house and one restaurant and karaoke nearby i think..
    the cons..mayb a bit noisy at nite because of the niteclubs and karaoke session downstairs

    Directions: Karama area, city centre

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Best Hotel in Al-Karama for Pinoys

by frankie_tubiera about Al Karama Hotel

The room is big enough, so is the bed. Staying inside the hotel room ia refreshing since there are no dusts and dirt. The service is excellent. I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to other travellers. There is a big population of Pinoys in Al-Karama that's why i believe this is the place where Pinoys should stay while in Dubai. One can easily feel at home, especially, at Ratsky Bar. The number of staff are Filipinos and they are very efficient and friendly. Even the room is clean and tidy.

Free meal when you shop

by gorgeousnfree about CM Supermarket

CM Supermarket is a grocery shop located beside Bai Tong in Karama, Dubai. The products here are mostly local products imported from Thailand and the Philippines. Mangoes and other fruits are available here. Having a hard time finding taro leaves, it is available here. In for some buko juice? CM is the place to go. For every 25 AED you shop here, a stamp is given on your ticket. If you have collected five stamps, you get any free meal from Bai Tong. Sounds like a good deal? yeah!! Local products imported from Thailand and the Philippines. Prices are average.

Good Stuffs, Good Price

by Rinjani about Karama Market

One of the most favorite shopping spots in Dubai is Karama. Dubai residence or expatriates usually wont miss a chance to look around in this area. Karama market situated in front of fish market Karama. The place comprises of shops selling clothes to souvenirs with a good price. Usually the price is quite cheap. Some shops implement fixed price, but there is no harm to ask if you can bargain.

If you love fashion style, but value the money, Karama is the good choice to look around.

Shopping timing in Karama daily is from 9 AM to 1 PM. And they open again at 4 PM to 10 PM. Some shops accept credit card, but bring cash is a wise option.

Real Japanese

by gorgeousnfree about Agemono

My March 15, 2006 blog at yahoo 360:
Ohhhhhkkkkeeeeeeeiiiiiiiii...I was too starved last night so Dang (my friend) and I went to this Japanese restaurant in Karama, Dubai. It's just a small and cozy Japanese Restaurant in the "lugar ng masa" (the place for the common people). At the entrance of the restaurant, a handsome-looking waiter wearing a Kimono greeted us and asked us to try their food. Who can resist such a handsome lad?

We ordered, of course, Tenmaki which is 7 pieces of maki rolls with avocados and the usual stuff. We had Miso udon, chicken and beef which is a japanese noodle with soup and meat, and we had Japanese rice. Yummy!!! This cost us only 84 AED for a huge dinner. I actually finished 6 maki rolls (pooof!! there goes my diet!). It's okay, Japanese food is healthy. Salmon could actually lower your cholesterol, according to Rio.

Rio, the manager and owner of the restaurant, was right when she said that Japanese food is addicting. Well, yes...I'm back to my Japanese food addiction!! Eating at that restaurant did not only feed our stomachs but also learned some few things as we made "chika" (chat) with Rio. She had many inspiring stories from food to family life that we stayed in their restaurant until 12:30 inthe morning.

And the best part, we were given a complimentary Dimsim...like Dimsum in Chinese? yeahh or Siomai!! yeah!!

Buuuuurrrrppp... --5 Claps for you Agemono!!!

And oh, Agemono in Japanese means deep fry or such manner of cooking tempura etc. in deep fry. California Maki and Tempura - it's just soooo addicting.

Photos

John in Karama (Dubai)John in Karama (Dubai)

A barber "saloon" in Karama, DubaiA barber "saloon" in Karama, Dubai

One of the many shops in Karama (Dubai)One of the many shops in Karama (Dubai)

Enjoying the starter platter in Karama, DubaiEnjoying the starter platter in Karama, Dubai

Forum Posts

Dubai trip

by wuowen

hi aveyone, we are going to dubai for conventeion, World Trade Center. Any idea where we should stay. I need about 8 days, so not too expensive, but nice and claean. How is taxi in Dubai ? Can I get it anywhere ? Thanks for your help.

Re: Dubai trip

by colin_bramso

Hi, welcome to VT.
Because of the traffic around that area I suggest you stay nearby, for example on Sheikh Zayed Road, in Satwa or even in Bur Dubai. There are plenty of hotels but 'not too expensive' is a bit vague - what's your budget?
Taxis are regulated, air-conditioned, metered and are available anywhere or by calling 04 2080808 to order one.

Re: Dubai trip

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there and Colin gave you the right direction!! However to know more about hotels, star rating and how to contact them check my Hotel/Accommodation page on the following URL:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6c112/1c5710/3/

Safe trip and good luck.

Re: Dubai trip

by JessH

Hi from Dubai,

the closest would be the IBIS or the NOVOTEL exactly adjacent to the world trade centre. These are both 3 star hotels, but you need to reserve your rooms as early as possible: they fill-up very quickly during conventions!

Taxis are usually available outside of 5-star hotels and major shopping malls. Anywhere else is very difficult, as there is a severe taxi-shortage in Dubai (especially during exhibition season!)

Re: Dubai trip

by frankie_tubiera

I visited Dubai during the Muslim Holiday and I stayed at Karama Hotel, a 3-star hotel. The room costs Dhs300 per night. Although i got a discounted rate since the Front Desk Officer happens to be Filipina, I believe this is still expensive. Expect to see exhorbitant rates since you are visiting the Mega City during peak season.

Re: Dubai trip

by JessH

300 Dirhams per night in a 3 star hotel in Dubai.....? That's dirt cheap! :-)

Re: Dubai trip

by colin_bramso

Jess, Karama Hotel three-star? That's probably what they claim but it's really a 'budget' hotel so Dh300 is probably about right.

Re: Dubai trip

by JessH

I don't know that hotel, so no idea. Definitely seemed way too cheap to be a proper 3 star.

Re: Dubai trip

by trav4bus

Dear This is Dubai, Nothing is cheap there except food . Are you going there in January, I am also going there for business meeting and conference in Dubai.I still to book hotel for myself.

please see the hotels in Deira.

Tahrim

Re: Dubai trip

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Star rating of each horel should be exposed to the public, 300 looks a little low for a 3* hotel. Hotel rates are very high in Dubai because the demand is there for it (and the people who can afford to pay the rents :-)!!

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Address: Sheikh Zayed Road, PO Box 116945, Karama, Dubai, 00000, United Arab Emirates