London Crown Hotel II

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Al Mankhool Road, Dubai, 00000, United Arab Emirates
London Crown 2 Hotel Apartments
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Costs 23% less but rated 25% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples20
  • Solo0
  • Business12

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Forum Posts

How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by song99

How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

I'd like to apply for an Indian tourist visa (double entry - 6 month validity) in Dubai. Since I am looking to visit Dubai just for the Indian visa office, I'd like to know how long to plan to stay in the UAE to apply for, and wait for the visa. I need to book my flight to India from Sharjah ahead of time, so I'm thinking 10 days is more than enough waiting period. I am Canadian in Iran, coming to UAE just for the visa, and then flying to India ASAP. I'd like to know how many days I need in the UAE for "regular" visa processing.

Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well, I think double entry visa is a little difficult as per the new rules. One has to submit passport to the central post office (India section) and within 5 days the visa is ready. For multiple entry you have to inquire!!

Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by JessH

I went to India a few years ago and we applied 2 weeks in advance (just to be on the safe sid). The visas were ready within 5-6 days.

Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by mushtinda

I am a Pakistani national and my company applied for Indian Business visa for me yesterday March, 9, 2010, I've been verbally told minimum it'll take one month if all things go well, and two Filipino's who's passports were sent along with mine were told 3 working days only.


Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by colin_bramso

Geina's trying to get an Indian visa and has discovered that they've contracted visa issuing out to M Post (part of Emirates Post). Go to the Karama Post Office, which has an Indian visa section. It should take about five days.

Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by howdy22

I am a Canadian too. I just applied and know the scoop

If you apply for a visa to India with a Canadian passpost and do not have a residence of the UAE, you will not get a double entry visas. For Multiple entry, you need proof of residence in the UAE. ( means you will get a Multiple entry visit visa valid for 6 months only in Canada )
The visa can be applied for at the Karama post office and cost about Dhs 230/-(+/-), it take 5 working days and it will be couriered back to you.

Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by song99

thanks for that info, i need double entry though since i am planning a 6 month India+Nepal trip, if they don't give me double entry, that means I have to bu 2 visas, and use each for only 3 months, it seems like a waste

Re: How long does an Indian visa take to process in Bur Dubai?

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well at the time of applying you can always request for double entry, they may consider it if you have booking/hotel reservation etc.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Evening colours

by bzh

Looking at the sun set over the creek, a cool glass in hand, from the bar of the yacht club is definitely one of my best memories of Dubai. On the skyline, the most obvious landmark are the Emirates Towers, on the left hand side.

Winter + Summertime

by manja13

Whatever you feel most comfortable with. Winter
Please bring a sweater or jacket. It gets very cold in the evening. Sometimes even during the day.

Loose clothing. Very hot during Summer. If you wanna avoid stares, esp. the ladies, do wear 'proper' clothing. Try not to show off your belly button that kinda stuff. Eyes will look at you from top to bottom! Remember your Suntan lotion if you wanna bake down at Jumeirah Beach!!!

Brand names at good prices

by ciuchi about City Centre Mall Deira

City Centre is the biggest shopping mall in Dubai. Maybe its succes has a lot to do with the huge parking space that sometimes is not enough (especially night time and in the weekend). Even though I have been there a lot of times, I didn't see all of it. Lots of brand stores, women clothing, men's clothes, shoes, toys, books, cosmetics...anything you want to buy, you find it there. The food court is also very nice, try not to miss the Chinese restaurant close to Virgin Music Store. Anything...especially if you are looking for electronics, the best prices you can find in Carrefour...some say that they are even better than the Airport's Duty Free. Don't expect that for the perfumes and cosmetics but still, Paris Gallery or Debenhams have much better prices for them than any Duty Free in Europe.
Outlets: Carrefour, Book Corner, Debenhams, Woolworths, Ikea, JC Penny, Truworths, Burberrys, Laura Ashley, Warner Bros, Burger King, Baskin Robbins, McDonald's, Subway, Magic Planet, Arabian Treasures, Diesel, Levi's, River Island, Cinabonn,Hagen Dasz,Terra Nova etc. Lots of money...if you can afford it.


by sue_borg about THE IRISH VILLAGE

This is a great place where you can relax after a whole day sight seeing. It has Outside Seating, Live Music &
Televised Sports. Plus a good selection of bar food...

Opening Hours Fri-Tue 11am-1.15am; Weds & Thurs 11am-2.15am Casual


by zuyao

Take an abra to cross the creek. This is a cheap and convenient way to move between Deira and Bur Dubai without getting caught in a massive traffic jam on the road. The abra departs from its station when it's full - which happens very fast. The fare is only Dh1. There are two stations on each side of the creek conveniently located near tourist spots like the textile souq, gold souq, Dubai Museum etc. While crossing, you can have a nice view of the merchant dhows on the Deira-side as well as a beautiful skyline of Bur Dubai and Deira.

If you do not want to share the abra with mostly South Asian commuters, you can pay for the whole abra. I think it costs Dh30.


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