Nojoum Hotel Apartments

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Abu Baker Al Siddique Road, Adjacent to Hamarain Shopping Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Nojoum Hotel Apartments
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families72
  • Couples33
  • Solo66
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

travel to dubai

by cph6467

i am planning going to dubai in october with my girlfriend, can we stay in same room at hotel even thou not married can anyone help

Thanks

Colin

Re: travel to dubai

by Durfun

Yes, That's not a problem, even if you have different surnames :-)

Re: travel to dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Yes you can, problems do happen when disturbance are made to guests of the hotel and police become involved!!

Re: travel to dubai

by colin_bramso

Hi Colin, welcome to VT.

It's illegal for unmarried couples to share a room but the the authorities turn a blind eye and the hotels are full of unmarried couples.

The thing to remember is to not come to the attention of the police - no drunken behaviour, don't have loud parties, dress appropriately, don't be affectionate with each other in public. Do any of those things, someone calls the cops and they're duty bound to take action.

Re: travel to dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well you are becoming an expert, maybe we can use you for our future plans for starting a tour agency, but still Colin and myself have not chosen a name for it!! Maybe AmLin or ColIr. What you say Habibi Colin?? :-)O

Travel Tips for Dubai

The best of both east and west

by uglyscot

This is the commercial centre of the Emirates with its Duty-Free shopping. There are number of shopping malls, multiplex cinemas, as well as a golf course, yacht club and excellent restaurants.
The skyline has noticeable features in the Emirates Twin Towers, and the sail of the Burj el Arab.
A shopper's paradise, but a driver's nightmare. Everyone drives too close and too fast.After erecting so many high glass fronted buildings, the architects are turning to building more traditional buildings alongside residences th at blend with them [like at Al Badia], or areas where exotic domed 'palaces'are in the same area as a'traditional English market town 'shopping complex [as at Mirdif].
In other words, you never know what you will find in Dubai. The warm weather in the winter months when much of the northern hemisphere is suffering freezing temperatures.
The space after the polluted city that is Cairo, and where seeing the sky is a strain at times.

"sadik" or "mahfriend" comes in handy

by rachelleiris

* "sadik" or my friend (more accurately pronounced as "mahfriend" -- pronounced with one quick breath)... is what we usually call the cab drivers, salespersons or security guards. comes in handy especially if you ask for directions or prices in souks or bazaars. the word "sadik" or "mahfriend" makes them more comfortable right away, thus making it easier for them to give you directions or discounts or whatever it is that you need them for. in effect, mahfriend is equal to sadik which is also equal to best buys and good prices.

Superb & fascinating Ibn Battuta Mall

by EmilianoCV

Ibn Battuta is an impressive Mall dedicated to Ibn Battuta travels in the Middle Age.

Ibn Battuta was the Marco Polo of Orient. He visited Andalusia, Tunisia, Egypt, Persia, India and China.

Indeed the Mall has 6 Courts, each of one dedicated to the six destinations of Ibn Battuta.

The decoration of each one of the Courts is exquisite.

Stylish Bar with a Magical Asian Influence

by miso80 about Ginseng -- Cocktail Bar & Lounge

My great VT guide to Dubai (aka Siddha3th) suggested we meet up at Ginseng ...and I'm quite glad he did! Located in the Wafi Pyramids, Ginseng offers upscale asian (malaysian, japanese, Thai,..) cuisine served in a swanky, Asian-inspired red, beige and black setting. This restaurant/bar/lounge will delight you from the moment you enter. From the good music to the Asian calligraphy and images represented by the murals on the walls, Ginseng will please your eyes, ears... and most important your appetite. Whether settled into the dining space, lounging on the sofas or sitting at the bar, indulge in a snack or a light meal from the delectable and shareable Asian-inspired bar menu..From small plates to large, the menu features a shared culinary adventure across Asia.

A refreshing and vibrant gathering place and a hot spot that makes things cool for locals and visitors alike. Smart Casual

Modern, clean taxis

by Durfun

The fastest way of getting around the city, especially to places not well-connected by the metro is by taxi. though most malls have a metro station beside them, the walks can be long, as is the case with Ibn Battuta mall, Dubai mall, and Mall of the Emirates.

Taxis have a flagfall rate starting at 3.00 AED, with the minimum fare being 10 AED. ~Hence, if there are 3 or 4 of you in a group a taxi can even be cheaper, as the minimum charge in the metro using a silver Nol card is 1.80 AED per person for journeys under 3 kms.

From the airport, the flagfall starts at 20 AED.

For ladies travelling alone or those concerned about safety, there are even pink taxis driven by women dressed in Arabic clothes!

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