Ramada Chelsea Al Barsha

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ramada Chelsea Al Barsha
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families60
  • Couples80
  • Solo44
  • Business67

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Forum Posts

Drinks at Atlantis / Burj Al Arab

by tracyskf

Can anyone let me know
- is it worthwhile to go for drinks in Atlantis? which restaurant / bar would you recommend? and the estimated cost?
- how about SkyBar in Burj Al Arab? and the estimated cost?

Which is better? Please let me know. Thanks

Re: Drinks at Atlantis / Burj Al Arab

by wise23girl

We were in Dubai in April and enjoyed the visit to the heights of Burj Al Arab. Great view.

Those who went to Atlantis gave good reports but none of us went to both. We prebooked tours on our ship which included other things but it was a bit pricy compared to other tours in other places only Rome was more expensive.

Re: Drinks at Atlantis / Burj Al Arab

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well, I have never visited Atlantis but would do so if given the choice between the two you mentioned. Much more views to see and places to explore in Atlantis compare to Burj Al-Arab!

Re: Drinks at Atlantis / Burj Al Arab

by lisa18752003

I went to the burj al arab for breakfast and paid 270aed pp just for breakfast, approx GBP45.00. Drinks were extremely expensice, a spirit and mixer started from 150AED upwwars, a bottle of wine was from 500AED, if you go on to the burj al arab official site it details bar and food prices. you can download menus etc and full bar listings for soft drinks and alcoholic drinks,I have never been to the Atlantis but plan to on my forthcoming trip in september, the Burj al arab is a must see though, inside it is spectacular, just not sure if its an ideal location for a few drinks though, Jumeirah beach hotels 360 bar is a much better setting with excellent views of the burj al arabs light and laser show in the evening, hope you find this usefull.

Travel Tips for Dubai


by jamumoto

Favorite Thing: Dubai has no culture and character. Arabs make up only 20% of the population and you will hardly see or interact with them. They hide behind tall compound walls in their mansions. The taxi drivers are all Pakistanis and Bangladeshis, the hotels and businesses are run by Indians. These are people who are not allowed to bring their families to stay with them even if they have been working there for 20-30 years. The permits to bring families are dictated by how much you earn. Low wage earners are denied the right to be with families. They have an option of bringing them to visit at their expense for 3 months in a year but not more than that.

There is nowhere to see the local culture except in a make believe area at the museum. The Arabs otherwise like to ape the west and everything else is geared to that. However they do things backwards! They built big big buildings but not enough roads to accommodate the traffic. Traffic jams are a nightmare in this man made make believe city. There is construction everywhere. They are building more tall buildings, roads and elevated rail lines, there is chaos everywhere. Hyped for tax free shopping, the prices are the same as in Australia and US and more than what you pay in Thailand or Singapore etc. Even that will stop as they introduce VAT from next year. The climate is VERY VERY HOT & HUMID. One wonders what is there to see or do in Dubai. NOT WORTH VISITING!!!!

Fondest Memory: The sunglasses and camera lenses fogging up due to the heat and humidity! The pictures come out all hazy.

Go on a desert safari!

by leonik

It's 50 deg celsius out there, but worth every bit of the discomfort!

Scorching hot, but thankfully, wasn't humid... so it was pretty bearable!

The desert landscape was incredible and the bedouin dinner feast in a bedouin encampment was magical...

I did the tour with Arabian Adventures.

Antique Museum, A Place to Buy Dubai Souvenirs

by Rinjani about Antique Museum

Although the name is “museum”, but this is not a museum at all. This is the best place to buy a bulk number of souvenirs that you plan to buy for your family and friends.

But, don’t expect a fancy shopping place. The place is like a warehouse (but thank God, it’s air conditioned) located in third Interchange, Al Quoz Industry area.

Once you enter the door, you will feel like you are doing a treasure hunt. They have a great number of souvenirs. Cheaper in price, but great in a variety. They sell from T-shirt, carpet, furniture, frames, handicraft, shisha, cashmere silk, pashmina, silver to belly dancing costume. They have different rooms that need you to explore. I love their offer for bed sheet, bed cover, pashmina and handicraft.

You will love this place, my shopping fellow. If you don’t like to bring cash, they also receive credit card.

If you plan to go there, just give them a call to confirm whether their shop is open on the day you are planning to visit. Many things


by Siddha3th about THE BOSTON BAR

This place just doesn't DO it for me. And in theory, it really should. It's on the unfussy side of the nightlife spectrum, the music can be a bit of a mixed bag but atleast the DJ's got his heart in the right place, and the selection of lagers is on the tad more adventurous side. But somehow, Boston Bar makes like a poorly imported beer and substitutes its lack of kick with unduly frothy fizz.

There's your bucketload of promos and theme nights, and dancing on bar-tops is wholly encouraged (which can never be a bad thing!) The night yet seems to slide into predictability at Boston's, a darkly wearied vibe that seems to cut right through the room, irrespective of the up-for-it crowd gathered inside. At best, Boston makes for a fairly inoffensive pit-stop before heading off elsewhere into the still-young night.

Sushi and noodle bar

by maria-belgrade about Japengo

Since Dubai is known for its opressive heat during summer months, you'll need light and refreshing food to keep you going. I recommend Japengo, nice little place just accros Jumeirah Mosque, one of the landmarks of Dubai. The staff is very nice and friendly, too.


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