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Very Good
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55%
11
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  • Families50
  • Couples66
  • Solo0
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

Bonnington Towers, Jumeriah Lake Towers

by JazzyB

Hi Guys,

I've booked for me and 5 others (3 couples)to go to Bonnington Towers 27th Dec to 3rd Jan.
How much would a taxi for us to the hotel from the airport expect to cost or should the hotel provide this?

Also, does anyone have any advice on the Jumeirah Lakes Tower area?

I am getting mixed reviews on what the weather would be like at this time of year too.

We are all new to visiting to Dubai so any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Bonnington Towers, Jumeriah Lake Towers

by colin_bramso

Taxi from the airport will be about AED80 (including the AED20 surcharge for taxis from the airport). Hotels usually charge much more than taxis for transfers.

The weather should be perfect at that time of year.

JLT is one of the new developments, about 30 towers are completed, another twenty or so are under construction. The lakes themselves are not yet finished (they're man-made as it's in the desert) but may be by the end of the year.

JLT is opposite Dubai Marina, which has dozens of shops and restaurants and the beach. It's also between two mega-malls, Mall of the Emirates and Ibn Battuta Mall and there's a station for the new Metro system at both JLT and Dubai Marina. Neither are open yet but I guess they may be by the time you get here - the Metro is partially open, the nearest station to JLT currently open is at Mall of the Emirates.

For info on Dubai, what to see and do, just click on our names and follow the links to our Dubai pages.

Re: Bonnington Towers, Jumeriah Lake Towers

by JazzyB

Thanks, colin!

Anything else I should know about the area or Hotel?

I'm so excited about going!

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Re: Bonnington Towers, Jumeriah Lake Towers

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
Taxi fare is approximately same as Colin mentioned, however, if you have booked for a week in the hotel, then I believe they should provide courtesy transport. Check with the hotel and insist on it!!
The weather is just perfect but evenings may become a bit cold therefore have some jackets with you in case want to explore the city during the evenings.
Safe trip and good luck.

Re: Bonnington Towers, Jumeriah Lake Towers

by colin_bramso

I don't know the hotel (I live opposite in Dubai Marina so I don't need to stay there!) but the reviews on Trip Advisor are excellent.

You'll be in New Dubai, on Sheikh Zayed Road and convenient to the malls, Dubai Marina, the beach, as I said. But also not far from Madinat Jumeirah/Burj Al Arab and a bit further from the world's tallest building, Burj Dubai and the excellent area around it. All are worth visiting. It's maybe 25 kilometres from the original city and you absolutely must spend time there. I have a 'must see' Travelogue about it on my Dubai pages. You can get the Metro in from Mall of the Emirates station to one of the stations in either Bur Dubai or Deira and then get the abra across the Creek from one to the other. Or a taxi from JLT will cost perhaps AED50.

Re: Bonnington Towers, Jumeriah Lake Towers

by JazzyB

Thanks guys!

I forgot how helpful this site and all the VT's are!

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Travel Tips for Dubai

Know Dubai’s most important numbers

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Know Dubai’s most important numbers
To ensure Dubai's consumer rights, safety and protection in Dubai, here are the most important Dubai numbers.

Vital Emergency Numbers in Dubai

Police 999

Fire Department 997
Ambulance 999
Electricity 991
Water 991

7000 40000 (Ask Dubai from Dubai eGovernment)
For most government department's eServices.

181 (Directory Enquiry & Yellow Pages)
Etisalat's Yellow Pages in English & Arabic

800-4-888 (Al Ameen service from Dubai Police)
To report criminal activity or if someone is harassing you

( How To Guide on report lost or stolen items to Dubai Police)

8005111 (Amer Service, Dubai Naturalization and Residency Department Hotline)

04-2215555 (Dubai Rent Committee)
For rent complaints against landlords including excessive rental charges

04-2232323 (Dubai Municipality Public Health Department)
For consumer-safety complaints

04-2020299 Dubai Consumer Protection (Himaya)
For consumer complaints to Dubai Economic Department

04-2954000 UAE Consumer Protection Department (CPD)
For consumer complaints to Dubai Office of CPD, Ministry of Economy

04-3939777 UAE Central Bank Control & Inspection
For customer complaints against banks

800 665(Labour complaints toll-free hotline)

04-3139900 (Unified Labour Complaint)
For labour and work related complaints

Telecommunications

800 1111050 : To complain about Etisalat's mobile coverage or quality of service
800 1122333 : To complain about Du's mobile coverage or quality of service

Dubai Hospitals

Al Maktoum Hospital 04 228-4584

Al Wasl Hospital 04 219-3000
American Hospital 04 309-6645


Dubai Hospital 04 219-5000
Baraha Hospital 04 271-0000


Rashid Hospital 04 337-1323


Welcare Hospital 04 282-9900

Credit Card Complaints

Mastercard International 04- 3914200


Visa International 04- 3319690


American Express 800- 4931


Diner's Club 04- 3495800

Dubai Flights

Dubai International Airport 04- 224-5555


Dubai Airport Flight Information Voice Portal 04- 216 6666


Flight Enquiry 04-224-5777


Emirates 04-2144444

Weekend drive to Muscat, Oman

by DSwede

In my humble opinion, it might be a bit longer, but recommend driving on the south-west side of the mountains. You could to the coastal route on the opposite direction and cut off some time.

Pass Al Ain, and enter south into Oman.
Go through Ibri, to Bahla. You can go up to Misfat Al Abriyyin among other places. Nice mountain stop!
Continue to Nizwa. There's some places to stop on the way. Last stop is Muscat.

On the return, if you take the coastal route, make an inland detour to see Nakhal and Ar Rustaq

Special Fabrics

by Janani about Ratti

This is a smart, modern shop with a good selection of cloth and helpful staff that can be trusted to give advice to anyone who is not confident about buying fabric. This is the place to buy something special. I saw quite a few fabrics here that I didn't see anywhere else, including silk georgette and some lovely hand embroidered pieces.

It's worth noting that their prices for plain fabrics were a fair bit higher than anywhere else I visited, so once I have chosen what I want, I generally go to one of the nearby matching centres for linings etc.

Feel the Chemistry of "Multiple Organisms"...

by JessH about ZINC Club & Lounge

In October of 2006 ZINC received a major face-lift. Renovations have now transformed this venue into a *I-desperately-want-to-look-like-a-Manhattan-Club* kind of place. "Is it good?" I hear you ask. Well, read below and then... go & check it out!

Zinc is one of the hippest & most popular bars / nightclubs / chill-out lounges in Dubai. The staff are great, the security is strict & very efficient, the dance floor is a good size & the food is lovely (not many vegetarian options, though). You enter the club down a ramp, almost like parading yourself on a cat-walk to the other patrons. Fluorescent lights illuminate the large central bar, with another more secluded "VIP area" around the corner. ZINC's revamp has done very well with trying to look like a futuristic bar from movies such as "The 5th Element".

There's ever changing, funky live bands from all over the world & DJ Greg Stainer likes to keep us on our toes with everything from R&B, Rock 'n' Roll, 70s, Tech House & Reggae (and he's kinda cute, too...)

It's surely one of the city's busiest dance floors, attracting a lively crowd that is among the most diverse in Dubai. It's packed almost every night of the week. The best atmosphere is from midnight onwards; this is when it gets busy.

Every night of the week they run special promotions for either food, drink, ladies nights or special music events. Depending on your taste in music, it's advisable to check-out their website or call the management to find-out about certain nights. I for one do not want to spend the entire evening listening to Gangsta-Rap if I can avoid it... Dress-Code is smart-casual.
MEN: Jeans are fine (no shorts)
Proper shoes (no sneakers, no sandals) Shirt with collar.
LADIES: Pretty much anything goes for us, girls!

Opening Hours: 06:00pm - 03:00am.

I used to like the "old Zinc" a lot better... but if you like alternative dance beats, a slightly pretencious crowd and a fancy interior design that attempts to justify high drinks prices, then you'll enjoy a late evening here.

Great Pakistani Buffet

by pakistanibrain about Al Ibrahimi Palace

A wonderful buffet with the full variety of typical Pakistani food. Starting from a choice of soups, a salad bar including Chaats, Golgappas and Samosas you move on to the main dishes, that are divided in "Vegetarian's Corner", "Kid's Corner" and "Meaty dishes". The great finale are the sweet dishes, including Gulab Jamun, Kulfi and Kheer. Too many to name one.

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