Lotus Hotel Apartments & Spa

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Dubai Marina Waterfront, P.O. Box 172747, Dubai, 172747, United Arab Emirates
Lotus Hotel Apartments & Spa, Dubai Marina
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
40%
44
Very Good
25%
28
Average
20%
22
Poor
6%
7
Terrible
6%
7

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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples77
  • Solo61
  • Business36

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Best price apartment for beach and sunset lovers in Nov?

by Takapiru

Do you have a good suggestion for me and my darling who want to get a beach suite for 1 week beginning Nov 2nd.
Please tell here and to kurt.linderoos@personaleu.eu

Re: Best price apartment for beach and sunset lovers in Nov?

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well this days hotels give huge discounts. I believe you can find a good deal with Jumeirah hotels. Check them on the following URL:

http://www.jumeirah.com/en/Hotels-and-Resorts/Destinations/Dubai/Jumeirah-Beach-Hotel/Rooms-Suites--Villas/

Safe trip and good luck.

Re: Best price apartment for beach and sunset lovers in Nov?

by colin_bramso

As Amir said the hotels here are experiencing a downturn like everywhere else, so big discounts are being offered.

You have a choice of several beach hotels but I suggest either The One & Only Royal Mirage or Al Qasr at Madinat Jumeirah. Both have websites.

Re: Best price apartment for beach and sunset lovers in Nov?

by bugipogi

One and Only royal Mirage has 3+1 offer. Try to book them, it is such a nice place to stay next to the beach!

Travel Tips for Dubai

Dress respectably

by Shibiru

Dubai is a very very international city, 90% of the people who live here are not locals: expats. However, we still are in a Muslim country so respectable clothing is a way to be respected as well...

People can and do wear whatever they want here...you can see a girl wearing a mini skirt and a sleeveless shirt walking on the same street as a woman wearing an abaya (black scarf).

But I do think that we need to respect what many Muslims traditionally believe in...we are living in their country and in their region so even if it's very international...it should be decent in my opinion. Here in Dubai I go with tank tops out to the street, but I always have a scarf with me with which I can cover my shoulders if I need to.

If you travel outside of Dubai it's recommended to take this even more into consideration as other Emirates are way more traditional.

Zoo

by Fern10

Not many tourists go here but it is a good way to spend a couple of hours. Only costs 2 dirhams to enter per person (about 27pence!) You can wander all around and watch what you want -Tigers, Lions, snakes, and exotic birds like Malibu Stork (and seagulls?) Plus you get to watch the gorrila get a a bottle of orange fanta!

Swedish Do-It-Yourself Furniture

by rachelleiris about Dubai Festival City Gateway: Ikea

when you go to Dubai Festival City (or DFC as dubai residents fondly call it), you would most likely head straight to either Ikea (the swedish furniture store) or Hyperpanda (the hypermarket which practically has everything you need -- from oven toasters to slippers) or Plug-ins (the leading electronics shop in dubai) or Haagen Dazs (the shop that satisfies your creamy chocolatey cravings).

on our first week in dubai, armed with our limited Hindi language (remembering my favorite hindi phrase -- "tora tora mallum hindi" which means "little little understand hindi"), we instructed our company driver Iqbal to bring us to Ikea. a couple of minutes later, our spider sense and a clear view of the desert tell us that that was not the way to ikea! to our surprise, he was bringing us to ikea abu dhabi!

my only point here is... when you instruct taxi drivers, better make sure that you are going to ikea dubai -- which is near garhoud bridge. and not ikea abu dhabi. ikea practically sells everything from $1 flexible chopping boards to $6,000 kitchen modules. needless to say, you have an infinite choice of simple, functional, lightweight and incredibly great- value-for-money furniture pieces.

needless to say, the only drawback is that ikea pieces don't count as collectors' items. aside from the low-cost furniture (perfect for transient dubai residents), ikea also has the best onion-less but spice-full shawarma with unlimited drinks for only 4 dirhams! (or something like $1.50)! makes it even yummier!

FRIDAYS UNPLUGGED

by Siddha3th about PLAYER'S LOUNGE

The non-descript Player's Lounge at the even more non-descript Chelsea Hotel in Bur Dubai does have one cozy little trick up its well-worn sleeve - The Unplugged Sessions on Friday evenings. Just the basics here - ok food, pretty harmless setting, chilled coronas - and musicians strumming through setlists filled with Crowded House, Snow Patrol, The Cranberries, Oasis, Counting Crows, and other soft, wistful fare. It's a delightfully laidback way to down a beer or two, spend a couple of hours wrapped in the music,
and then head on out to another part of the town
when the clock strikes 10.

Gujju Thali

by sammie4u58 about Rangoli

Rangoli
Meena Bazaar, Bur Dubai Tel: 3515873 Try the Thali @ 10 & 12 dhs

Note: On thursdays/Fridays they do not serve Chass in the menu.....extra 1dhs per glass....rest all days food/Chass (aka buttermilk) is unlimited

If the basement is crowded......go to the first floor.....

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Address: Dubai Marina Waterfront, P.O. Box 172747, Dubai, 172747, United Arab Emirates