Kirklees Hotel Apartment

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

13th St, Area Mankool Rd, P.O. Box 125954, Dubai, 125954, United Arab Emirates
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples66
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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8 hours transit in Dubai at night

by Barbies

Hi! I'm taking an 8-hours transit in Dubai at the end of October. I'd love to go out and explore the city, but my transit is in the middle of the night, from 1.00 am until 9.00 am. Are there any possiblities to explore the city or else, what can one do at the airport? Thanks!

Re: 8 hours transit in Dubai at night

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there.
1:00 A.M. is very late and most of clubs close that time. I would use the lounges inside the airport for some rest:

Dubai International First Class Lounge: The 1st class lounge is situated between Gates 114 and 112. Passengers can avail of a wide choice of food and beverages here. Rooms with shower facilities, luggage storage, work-stations are some of the additional facilities available here.

Business Class Lounge: All passengers irrespective of their class of travel can use the Department of Civil Aviation Lounges. Dubai International Business Class lounge is located beside Gate 108. The lounge offers rooms by the hour with shower facilities. The Business Class lounge also offers 5 workstations with computer and Internet connections, a separate family room and a separate room for smokers.

Airline Lounges: Air France, Gulf Air, Emirates, British Airways, KLM and Star Alliance have their own dedicated lounges all of which are situated between Gates 21 and 26.

Quiet Lounges: For those wishing to take a quick nap, two quiet lounges are available on either side of the Sheikh Rashid Terminal near Gates 9 and 23 free of charge. Passengers can use the special reclining chairs here.

Good Luck.

Re: 8 hours transit in Dubai at night

by Barbies

Thanks a lot to all of you who have been so kind to answer my question. Your answers are very useful, indeed!

Re: 8 hours transit in Dubai at night

by colin_bramso

I'm afraid the others are right, there's really nothing happening at the time you'll be here. The only thing you could do would be to take a taxi to drive around and see the city and New Dubai, but it'll be empty with no activity, just lights and buildings.

As Amir said, relaxing at the airport is your best option.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Wild Wadi water park

by Gard

This water park is located next to Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach hotel. It has some pretty good rides, a wave pool and artificial surf waves. We had a pretty good time in this park for a whole day. It costs 95 Dhs (about 28€) to get in and lockers cost another 5 Dhs. They have an excellent system when it comes to lockers and buying food inside the park but I will not get into details. I thought it was a pretty fun park and the best thing: there were not that many people in the park and this meant that we didn’t have to wait much to get onto the different rides. They also have the cleanest locker rooms that I have ever seen in a park like this J. You can read more about the park on the following link:

The UAE's most famous fish species... delicious!

by JessH

When you order fish in the UAE's restaurants, you'll notice that even the fish 'n' chips are commonly made with "Hammour"...

Hammour is the most prominent, well-known & versatile fish in the Arabian Gulf waters.
Hammour is the Arabic word for Grouper:

This fish is heavily spotted & reddish-brown over olive-brown with bars & blotches of deeper ochre. It has large powerful jaws and a long dorsal fin with 10 spinous rays. It is found around reefs, wrecks and offshore structures where it feeds on other fish, cuttlefish and crustaceans. It can live to 22 years and can grow to about 170 cm / 70 inches long.

It's a delicious fish, with a taste that is not too strong but just strong enough to not be completely overpowered by accompanying sauces or a batter. I generally like hammour, but mostly I prefer "stronger-tasting" fish like Barracuda, Swordfish or a nice Red Snapper... Unfortunately due to its popularity it is now grossly over-fished and stocks in the Gulf are dwindling fast. Hopefully the authorities will prevent the sale of juvenile fish to preserve the species' future.

The fish is available at the local fish markets in the UAE including supermarkets and the fish & vegetable market near the Gold Souk.

Visiting the market to buy fresh seafood and fish is an integral part of local culture for both Local Arabs and expatriates; and it shouldn't be missed by tourists, either! (when you see it lying on the ice at the markets, you'll notice that it's quite a malicious-looking bugger! hahaha!)

For a list of various Arabic dishes, click here:

TIP: If you don't want to wander around the Fish Market (especially in summer!) visit one of the Carrefour Hypermarkets: their fresh fish selection is superb!

Fun in Markato

by aisama about Markato Shopping Mall

Markato Shopping Mall is a great place for shopping, from fashion to home furnishing and decor to electronics and entertaiment, there is many shops, cafe, restaurants and a Cinema, fun to spend half day just wandering in Markato. Fashion

Belly dances

by najamrulz

Belly dances are very popular in Dubai. You can enjoy them in many night clubs. Or otherwise if you take desert safari then also you get a chance to enjoy belly dances in desert with barbeque dinner. If you are in night club then you might have to wear formal dress. Generally it vary from place to place. Some night clubs may ask you to dress up formally and other might allow you in casual clothes.

the airport to end all airports

by call_me_rhia

Dubai airport is the airport to end all airports: as soon as you land you have a taste of what's lazing ahead of you... luxury. This airport is simply amazing, all shining and glittering - and it's also one of the best places to go shopping. Everything is tax fre and, it seemed to us, much cheaper than in town.
Worth of note: the souvenir shop... everything costs next to nothing. So i guess it's a good idea to buy your souvenirs at the very last second of your stay.


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Address: 13th St, Area Mankool Rd, P.O. Box 125954, Dubai, 125954, United Arab Emirates