The Address Dubai Mall

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Financial Center Road, adjacent to the Dubai Mall, PO Box 31166, Dubai, 31166, United Arab Emirates
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In Dubai from 26 to 28 sept

by JindyGirl

Im travelling alone on a stop over to england
Just after some ideas on things to do
I was thinking of shopping and lazing around my hotel the day i get in
going to the water park and then on a desert dinner cruz
I don't think i will be able to do anything on my last day as my flight leaves at 2pm so Ill need to be at the airport around 10am I suppose
Is it worth going to the 7* motel, I havn't really heard any great reviews and I think i have to book a tour, I guess I could do an after noon tea the day I get there if it is a must see thing
any suggestions would be fantastic
Im staying at Al Murooj rotana
Oh and I would love a massage, I guess I prob just get that at my hotel??


Re: In Dubai from 26 to 28 sept

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

I would spend time and money of going to the 7 * hotel to explore Dubai and mainly the areas of Gold and spice Souk along with getting the Abra or water Taxi. It would be fun!!. In Bur Dubai side of the Abra you can have a nice Arabic Style food in Kan Zaman Restaurant for about 15 $ (A good one). Whatever you decide safe trip and good luck.

Re: In Dubai from 26 to 28 sept

by Mozumbus

I loved doing Desert Safari, inclusive of the Desert Dinner, when I visited Dubai. I would recommend you to either do the water park (without the dinner thing) or the Desert Safari, unless you have specific reasone. I also loved visiting shopping centers: Ibne Batuta fascinated me a lot, it is a vertically stretched shopping center, with 7 halls, each one representing a region Ibne Batuta, a revered traveller of Muslim history, visited. Traditional Arabic Food at a Lebanoses restuarant - Automatic - was a real delight. Mall of Emirates is the other big shopping center you may wish to visit.
Conveyance is a problem in Dubai so be planned.
Have Fun!

Re: In Dubai from 26 to 28 sept

by colin_bramso

I agree with Amir, don't bother with Burj Al Arab (the 7* hotel) other than to see the outside. The old original city around the Creek, the souks, the local shopping streets are much more interesting. You can see Burj Al Arab with the BigBus hop-on hop-off tour which will take you around part of New Dubai where the new developments are (Palm Jumeirah Island, Madinat Jumeirah/Wild Wadi Water Park etc).

You've chosen an excellent hotel with a very nice pool/garden area and you're just across the road from the world's tallest building, Burj Dubai, and one of the world's largest shopping malls, Dubai Mall.

(If your flight leaves at 2pm you won't need to be at the airport until about midday, and it's only fifteen or twenty minutes to the airport from your hotel).

Travel Tips for Dubai


by Siddha3th

For many years a cultural desert, Dubai has only recently begun revealing an artistic tendency. The Majlis Gallery was the flag-bearer of all brush-related activities for nearly two decades. But it's not alone any longer. The mushrooming of several new art galleries, both large and small, has begun to foster a sense of community among the city's art missive.

Like any nascent scene, the art movement here has got many things going wrong for it - lots of pretentious rubbish on display, exorbitant prices for ridiculously mundane work, that sort of thing. But what's important is that there are many opportunities now for talented new artists to get their stuff out into the market. And even a small step in this direction is a welcome step away from the city's mall-obsessed mindset. I trip out on some of the smaller, sexier art joints that have opened up over a relatively short time. The 5 Green Art gallery is at the vanguard of the indie sub-culture in Dubai. They've begun hosting exhibitions regularly, with an emphasis on pop-art projects - manga-inspired drawings, digitally altered paintings, etc. Jam Jar is another hotspot, inviting all and sundry to chill out over coffee while laying down some paintings and pottery. Two other places worth checking out are Art Space at the Fairmont & the XVA Art Gallery in Bastakiya.


by solopes

“Out of the beaten paths” it’s possible to see some contrasting sights of tradition and modernity, hi-tech and improvisation.

The hidden side of each city is quite often the most authentic, and rather important to those who like to have an independent idea of the visited places. Not easy, but possible in Dubai.

Burjuman Center, One Stop Shopping

by Rinjani about Burjuman Center

Another a-must-to-go shopping place is Burjuman Center. Located in Bur Dubai (in front of Regent Hotel) Burjuman has built extension shopping complex, which comprises of around 300 shops. From high street fashion such as Next, Esprit, Giordano, Diesel to world class designer. Let’s start with Louis Vuitton, Hermes, DKNY, Versace, Christian Dior , Chanel and the hottest is, Saks Fifth Avenue is also new open here. (you will love this place in Shopping festival season)

Saks Fifth Avenue has two levels. Level one is a place for fragrance and cosmetics, gifts, sunglasses to a nail studio. And level two is where the individual designer boutiques and collections can be found.

Also don’t forget to check my favorite shopping place, Massimo Dutti and Zara. They usually have something for everybody. And especially Massimo Dutti, they have a bunch of friendly and helpful staff.

The new Burjuman has a nice lay out and design. They usually also have events, such as fashion show, stage performance, etc. Many things. From fashion, accessories to handbags, home appliance, electronic, etc. As you wish

For serious clubbers with fat wallets

by JessH about PEPPERMINT CLUB (Fridays only)

Peppermint club is strange to say the least: it's a club that has recently been "shifted" to a new location (until Aug. 2007 it used to be located inside the Fairmont Hotel). At the club's "VIP tables" Dubai's pretentious socialites can book a space for a couple of thousand Dirhams, including 2 or 3 bottles of overpriced vodka. They also wear belts with feathers and tassels; French caps or sparkly cowboy hats... Oh, did I mention yet? Dress to Ueber-Impress in this place!

I've been here a few times (this club is only open on Fridays) and I'm sure that if this is your scene, you may just enjoy yourself a bit. The music is mostly techno, hard house, drum 'n' bass, etc. and the clientele is extremely pompous; holding their chins up high & making sure they're at the place to be seen, and of course always with the right crowd of people... I've usually found that I enjoy 2 or 3 songs, only to be disappointed by some hard-core remix of an 80s classic tune. This is simply not my scene so you won't see me or my friends here any time soon...

This said, I have to give Peppermint its due as it also manages to book some international DJs such as Armin van Buuren, Timo Maas, Paul van Dyk, etc. on a regular basis. So if you like this type of music you'll have a blast at this place! The club is definitely worth a visit on special nights. Just make sure to get there early or purchase tickets in advance. Visit their website for upcoming events.
DOOR POLICY WARNING: Get there early as queues start to build-up around 11pm & be prepared for some possible scrutinizing & rude comments by the bouncers who are known to unfortunately be quite racist (even though the club denies this). Also, this is one of the clubs that is very stringent & doesn't really let men enter by themselves. So either bring a date or try to ask a girl at the entrance if you can walk in with her. Even then, if you don't look "important" enough you may be refused entry, so dress to impress!

It gets extremely crowded, and I've seen fights & minor scuffles happen quite a few times. The drinks are over-priced & this is one of the very few clubs in town that actually charge an entrance fee, even for women.

Entrance Fee: around Dhs 90 per person.
Opening Hours: 09:00pm until 03:00am (Fridays only)

SUMMARY: If you like hard & loud dance music with international DJs and a clubbing-obsessed crowd then this is the place for you!

All you can eat cusines from around the world

by kirsty_lamb about Spice Island

An all you can eat buffet set in a colouful hotel. There are seperate zeons in the restaurant that have the different types of food, and each zone is decorated authenitally to the type of food. You can wander around all of the zones and have food from all over the world, italian, asian, mexican, japanese, mongolian, Chinese.....and with it being all you can eat...!

There are three different price 's, one for food and soft drinks, one is with food and some alcohol, and the thrid is food with a bigger selection of alcohol. Again it's free refills on the drinks too.

The service is first class and the food is just amazing! It has to be seen to be believed! All of them! Seriously with it being all you can eat, try the lot!


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Address: Financial Center Road, adjacent to the Dubai Mall, PO Box 31166, Dubai, 31166, United Arab Emirates