Manhattan Avenue Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Al Rigga Street, P.O. Box: 182244, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Costs 31% less but rated 13% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples68
  • Solo57
  • Business59

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Some questions about Dubai

by victor72

I'm going to visit Dubai in December, I would like to ask you some questions :

1.I have read the metro stations are working now : Nakheel, Mall the Emirates, Financial Center, Al Jafiliya, Khalid Bin Al Waleed, Union Square, All Rigga, Deira City Center, T3 Aiport and Rashidiya. Are there any more now ?

2.How can I go from terminal 1 to terminal 3 to caught the metro ?

3.I would like to visit Jumeirah Mosque.I know the visit days and the time but must I call to the Mosque to get the tour before ?

4. Is better to buy Safari Desert in the web travel agency or in Dubai city ?

Thank You.

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by Mozumbus

Desert Safari: I guess you will better rates when in Dubai.

All the operators usually provide with more or less same services. Actually there looks like to be 3 or 4 umbrella companies and under them all the operators work. They all use Toyota Land Cruisers, manual transmission; you will be picked up from the agreed point and so are the other tourists, after picking up all the tourists the driver-cum-guide will drive you to the city outskirt where they join a big caravan, usually consisits of 10-15 Land Cruisers.

After having a thrilling drive till sunset, you will be taken to a tented arena in the desert where you will be served with traditional Arabian Dinner with Belly Dancing which will be included in your Desert Safari Ticket. You can also enjoy camel riding or desert bikes on payment.

You can also ask your hotel reception to book you the Safari.

Have a great trip...

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by colin_bramso

Hi Victor.

Only those ten Metro station are open and the others will not open until at least February, maybe later.

T1 to T3 by shuttle bus.

Jumeira Mosque say that you can just turn up to join the tour, but you must be on time because latecomers are not allowed in.

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by colin_bramso

One more thing Victor, large luggage is not allowed on the Metro even from the T3 station. Max bag size allowed is 81x58x30 cm.

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by victor72


Thank you very much for your answers !
Colim Bramso, your page about Dubai is very interesting and very useful, thank you.
Kind Regards

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by colin_bramso

Thank you Victor, I'm glad it's been helpful :-)

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Here are some tour operators that may be contacted usually they would consider discount if contacted in Dubai:

Aafridi Travels & Tourism
Office # 417, 4th Floor, Al Attar Shopping Centre, Kuwait Road, Al Karama, Dubai
Landmark: Near Karama Shopping Centre
P.O.Box: 44456, DubaiTel: 04-3353332

Oasis Palm Tourism LLC
Office # 404, 4th Floor, Royal Plaza Building, Al Riqqa Road, Deira, Dubai
Landmark: Opposite Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
P.O.Box: 181258, DubaiTel: 04-2628889
Specialized in Sightseeing Tours, Desert Safari, Dhow Cruise Dinner, Deep Sea Fishing, Cruising, Hatta Mountain Safari
Tour Dubai LLC
Office # 10, Mezzanine Floor, Pyramid Centre, Umm Hureir Road, Al Karama, Dubai
Landmark: Opposite Zomorrodah Building
P.O.Box: 23863, DubaiTel: 04-3368407
Fax: 04-3368411

Good luck.

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by victor72


Thank you for your help!

Kind Regards from Spain


Re: Some questions about Dubai

by victor72


Please, do you know a tour operator close to Deira City Center Mall to do safary Desert ?

Thank you

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well, they dont need to be near, just by calling them they can inform you of everything you need to know and if you want to choose them, they can come and pick you up from the hotel!! :-)

Re: Some questions about Dubai

by victor72

Hi friend

Thank you very much for your help !!


Travel Tips for Dubai

The rooms of Burj al Arab

by Erkmen

I have stayed in many hotels.. some are very luxurious, some are big.. but when I saw the rooms of Burj al Arab, other rooms have disappeared from my mind..

Each room has double floors.. Approx... 300 m2.. While many hotels are offering a room of 30m2, this hotel has a room of 10 times bigger..

when you first enter the room you see the working desk, where there is a laptop and free internet connection, a fax machine and other office products..and in front is the digital Flat Tv..


by uglyscot

Four Seasons Golf Club is situated at Al Badia, Festival City. The eighteen –hole golf course was designed by Robert Trent II. There is a golf shop, a golf academy, locker rooms with private lockers.
In addition there is a Jacuzzi, steam room, as well as rain showers.
There is an atrium lounge, the Tee Lounge, three restaurants and more planned.
The course is well maintained and in a great setting with water features .
The clubhouse is built to represent a golfer’s swing. The golf shop

The best Shopping center in Dubai

by fareleira about Deira City Centre

Deira is a big shopping center and from it's 300 shops comes a lot of diferent articles.
Inside there's 3 major stores, a Carrefour supermarket, a Ikea shop and a Debenhams with 2 floors.
In Deira is always a crowd of people, we were told that is the best shopping center in Dubai.
There's a cinema inside with 11 screens, CityWalk is a food court, a Virgin Megastore and a Lexus and Toyota cars showroom
When you come inside there's a map of the place and it should be a take away copy too, it helps a lot it's huge. Inside Carrefour you will find everything or go for eletronics and clothes or just hang around and have a coffe in one of the cafes thers's at least one in every corner.
Opening hours 1000 - 2200
Fridays 1400 - 2200 Prices go all the way up, just remember the price of what you want to buy back home so you don't pay more. Prices ca be ok but some things can cost around the same or more, i saw some cases.

Fantastic Atmosphere, Bad Food

by nattybabe about The Malecon

The Malecon is located at Dubai Marine Resort off Jumeriah Beach Road near the Jumeriah Mosque. A Cuban themed restaurant it has a separate bar area in which you can drink, chat (and smoke), the restaurant area where you can obviously eat, a dance floor to dance to the irresistible Cuban beats and a lounge area to just chill out and watch the dancing.

There are good and bad things about the Malecon in my opinion. The atmosphere is great and even those (like me) who are challenged in the dancing department feel the need to shake their hips Shakera style on the dance floor amongst the obviously well trained professionals. The good thing is it doesn't matter if you can dance or not, you're there to have fun and no one feels intimidated! The cocktail and wine lists are comprehensive and fairly reasonably priced (AED34 for a strawberry daiquiri) and Tuesday is ladies night after 10pm with 4 free drink vouchers handed out.

The only thing that let me down at the Malecon was the food. Although some in my group said that their meal was nice, both my starter and main were bland and I was told that the Rib Eye was bad too. My advice? Perhaps just go to the Malecon for some drinks and dancing rather than dinner and you'll have a great night!

P.S. Don't be put off by the "graffiti" all over the walls, it's obviously just a decorating style they have adopted along with the Castro pictures and flags on the wall. Cuban!

No Fuss family restaurant

by kelhan about Automatic

This no fuss family restaurant was perfect for our first evening meal in Dubai. Just around the corner from our hotel, we shared big platters of fresh food. Salad, vegetables, dip, dolmades. And pomegranate juice - yum!


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