Panorama Deira Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

P.O. Box 181211, Nr. Deira Tari Stn Opp. Al-Ghurair City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Panorama Hotel Deira
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 25% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families10
  • Couples55
  • Solo37
  • Business33

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Panorama Deira Hotel

by lovejet

Does anybody have aany experience with The Panorama Deira Hotel, cleanlines, food, security, and rates?

Re: Panorama Deira Hotel

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well I had some friends staying there in the past, this is not a luxurious hotel but good for few days holiday. Its a 2 * one and located near Al-Ghurair center. Check the rate not to pay exorbitant amount for a 2 *!!

Re: Panorama Deira Hotel

by lovejet

They are offering bout 235dhs per night, is this reasonable,or can we get better at lower? we have a ten man tour group [all males]

Re: Panorama Deira Hotel

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well 235 AED is fine for a 2 * hotel, but since you are 10 maybe you can push for some discount!!

cheap accomodation in dubai

by philwi

hi everybody

we are 4 students an will visit a friend in dubai in november. we are looking for a cheap hotel or appartement (2 doubles or a triple with an extra bed or a room for 4 persons). Has somebody stayed in one of the following hotels:
- Everest International (Bur Dubai)
- Florida International (Bur Dubai)
- Time Palace (Bur Dubai)
- San Marco (Deira)
- Queens (Deira)
- Panorama (Deira and Bur Dubai)
- Rush Inn (Bur Dubai)

Maybe you can give us some advices!
Thank you very much & Greets

RE: cheap accomodation in dubai

by JessH

"Gruezi!" Philipp - Na, wie gehts?

I haven't stayed in any of these hotels but have often 'passed by'.
Most of them have OK-standards, but the areas (both Deira & Bur Dubai) can be very crowded and noisy (trust me: I live in Bur Dubai!)

I don't know if you guys are into "certain ladies" or want to be left alone, but especially in the hotels mentioned in Bur Dubai it could be possible that you are approached by prostitutes, etc...

If you want to be closed to the beach, have a look at the Regent Beach Hotel:
Instead of taking single rooms, why don't you take a "Suite" and split the cost by 4? It should be a lot cheaper then, and check with the hotel if they have any special offers.

I hope this helps,

Jessica ('c',) aus Dubai

RE: RE: cheap accomodation in dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
There is also a good deal on Youth Hostel Association which I have posted, have a look on that. The URL is:

Good luck.

RE: RE: cheap accomodation in dubai

by JessH

Hallo Philipp!
I see you're online.
Hope our answers helped you a little bit.

Howz the summer in Switzerland going? I work for a Swiss bank in Dubai and all my colleagues are in CH on holiday at the moment...

See you around VT,
Jess ('c',)

RE: RE: cheap accomodation in dubai

by Nasser915

Dear Philip,
I advise you to contact one of my friends; she is working as Operation Manger in AL-Shamel holidays for travel and tourism.
She will offer you all the available choices which will meet your needs.
Please send email to
if you have skip account, contact here at alshamelmay.
She will help you so much and she can find for you special prices and offers (frankly it is much cheaper than if you made reservation by your self since they are getting special offers from hotels)
for further assistant please let me know I will provide u with mob number
Thanks and have nice vacation
Looking forward 2 hear frm u soon

RE: RE: cheap accomodation in dubai

by JessH

Thank you Naser,
but this issue is already resolved.

They have found accomodation with some friends and are sharing (e-mailed me)

Cheers :-)


Travel Tips for Dubai


by Quero

Coffee drinking and hospitality are inseparable in Arabian culture. There is a ritualistic aspect to the serving and drinking of coffee. This tent may appear to be a display, but in fact it is the coffee lounge outside of the cafeteria at a local university.

If you are offered coffee as a gesture of hospitality at the home or office of an Arab collegue or acquaintance, you will make your host most comfortable if you accept it. You may be offered a second cup, which you should also accept.

Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House

by peaceness98

this was home of the ruler back in the 1880's, built with Arab architecture- you'll find a exhbitis of rare documents and material used back in the days. There's a small souveneer shop.

Open to Public.

Opening hours:
Morning : 8.30 AM to 1.30 PM
Evening : 3.30 PM to 8.30 PM
Fridays : 3.30 PM to 8.30 PM

Dubai's most traditional souk?

by SWFC_Fan about The Spice Souk

Of all the souks in Dubai, of which there are many (all dedicated to specific goods), the “Spice Souk”, or “Deira Old Souk”, is the one that most closely matches what I expected a souk to be like.

It is located in Deira, close to the creek. In fact, there is an Abra station directly opposite the souk, so if you’re arriving in Deira from Bur Dubai, then you’ll only be a 2 minute walk from the souk.

The Spice Souk consists of a number of dark, narrow passageways, full with small stores selling any imaginable spice, herb or nut. Many of the stores have large, overflowing bags outside them, displaying their goods and are manned by friendly (maybe slightly pushy) storekeepers.

Although the storekeepers will try to persuade you to purchase from them, you will generally not experience the “hard-sell” tactics employed in some other parts of the world. In fact, most storekeepers will allow you to try the products before you commit to a purchase.

The most interesting aspect of the Spice Souk is the smell. It is an exotic combination of so many different spices – cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, frankincense…..

This is a definite “must see” for those wanting to experience the traditional side of Dubai!


by JessH

Dubai International Airport is impressive, no doubt about it, and it has also grown and changed immensely since my initial arrival in 1998. It's huge, it's tacky, it's badly layed-out, it's designed to make you walk for miles in the hope that you'll buy something, and it's actually pretty cool if you don't have to stop-over too often. The initial wonder & amazement wears-off quickly, especially if you're waiting at passport control queues for over 1 hour!

Visit visas are issued to individuals intending to stay over 30 days in the United Arab Emirates. GCC nationals (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar & Saudi Arabia) do not need visas.
The list below contains further countries that automatically obtain a free 60-day visa on arrival at an airport:
1. Hong Kong
2. Ice land
3. South Korea
4. United States
5. Japan
6. Australia
7. Malaysia
8. New Zealand
9. Brunei
10. Norway
11. United Kingdom
12. Ireland
13. France
14. Canada
15. Italy
16. Monaco
17. Germany
18. Vatican
19. Holland
20. Liechtenstein
21. Belgium
22. Singapore
23. Luxembourg
24. San Marion
25. Switzerland
26. Greece
27. Austria
28. Andorra
29. Spain
30. Sweden
31. Denmark
32. Finland
33. Portugal.
>> All others must apply for a visit visa BEFORE you arrive at Dubai airport.

UPDATE JULY 2008: new visa laws have been implemented from 29th July onwards. Please check the local news for updates:

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Tasty, simple and cheap Persian food

by RusskiPower about Jallo Kabab Kharasani

Simple no-English-spoken Persian cafe where a full-blown dinner for two will set you back about 9 Euros. Favoured by local Iranians so as authentic as it gets outside Iran. Everything is fresh and tasty.


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Address: P.O. Box 181211, Nr. Deira Tari Stn Opp. Al-Ghurair City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates