The Harbour Hotel & Residence Dubai

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Al Sofouh Rd., Dubai Marina (formerly Emirates Marina Hotel & Residence), Dubai, 7631, U.A.E
Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
55%
156
Very Good
33%
94
Average
8%
24
Poor
1%
5
Terrible
1%
3

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Good For Families
  • Families91
  • Couples89
  • Solo84
  • Business79

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Forum Posts

Dubai Hotel Accommodatiom

by Cher17

Hi we'll be in Dubai in 2 weeks and I need help with hotel accommodation, don't want a 5 star hotel just a clean and reasonable 3/4 star will do, close to City and shops/markets, with breakfast included, all the ones I try to book on the net come back unavaiable ie: Rydges, Admiral Plaza and Palm Beach Rotana Inn, any help would be most appreciated, is there any sites that give you instant confirmation, so far I've been to Asia Travel, Direct rooms, and Hotel Club, thanks for any advise in advance.

RE: Dubai Hotel Accommodatiom

by ssweetest

a good web site to reseve a hotel in dubai is expedia.com. I always use it - but sometimes I find cheaper websites but because it's easy to book with specific details and instant confirmation i like it more even with slightly higher prices.
my last visit to Dubai i stayed in Metropolitan Palace . read my tip about it. if you need any help just ask i'll be glad to help. :)

RE: Dubai Hotel Accommodatiom

by PowerJ

I stayed at the Marriott Dubai and found it to be in a good location. The service was exellent. While not on the beach, it is a short drive to it.

RE: Dubai Hotel Accommodatiom

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Hi there,
The coming months is going to be busy months for Dubai travelers so you may not find much of luck in booking on-line. Another way is to contact your local travel agencies, for sure they have many options available with different prices. Also I have posted a deal on accommodation in Dubai, its a good respectable place, you can check it on the following URL:

http://deals.virtualtourist.com/viewDeal-866-1857296-1--Dubai-viewDeal.html

Good luck.

RE: Dubai Hotel Accommodatiom

by sarahreynold

I would agree Marriott good choice, try www.dubai.travelreporter.com also for cheaper places, also try www.nongasia.com/dubai.html

Dubai Accomodation

by LONDONSP

Hello All
I'm visitng Dubai in February (half term time in the UK) and am finding it hard to find appropriate accomodation for 4 adults. I've booked an apartment at the Harbour (Harbour Hotel and Residence) Looks very nice but has anyone stayed there? Is it a good area? Is there anything to do around there? Places to eat? Also is it easy to get from here to the souks and Dubai city for shopping?
All comments welcome
Thank you

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by Doctor38

Hmmm can you give us a street name? web site? and we'll try and help

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by LONDONSP

Hello

Al Sufouh Road
Dubai Marina

From what I understand its near Le Meridien Mina Siyahi

Thank you

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by colin_bramso

It's a brand new luxury hotel only recently completed. It's in 'New Dubai' at Dubai Marina overlooking the marina in one direction and the Gulf in the other and it's one of the best areas. In the marina there are a couple of dozen restaurants, there's a string of about ten or twelve 5-star hotels adjacent all with several restaurants. Not far are Ibn Battuta Mall and Mall of the Emirates, with hundreds of shops and many restaurants. Madinat Jumeirah with about fifty restaurants plus shops is less than 10 minutes away.
The old city is about 25 kilometres or so away, but you don't have to go there for shopping as there are plenty of malls plus the old shopping area of Satwa nearer to the hotel.You should go for the historic stuff though- the Creek, the souks, especially the gold and spice souks. Getting around is easy, there are plenty of taxis, as long as you avoid peak traffic going into the city in the evening. Go before 5pm.

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by LONDONSP

Thanks for your help Colin. Just a little concerned as the instructions to the Apartment suggested that the road leading up to it was not yet complete.
But it looks as though there's still alot of construciton going on there.
Just one further question, are the souks (gold and spice) open until late into the evening?
Thank you

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by colin_bramso

Don't worry about the road, it's just a small stretch that's being done and most of the roads around it are finished. Construction is something you can't avoid in Dubai, it's happening everywhere on a scale the world has never seen before.

The souks are open until ten or eleven in the evening. Most shops are too, including the malls - in fact during DSF they're open until midnight in most cases.

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by LONDONSP

Thank you for the info. Colin. You've been a great help

Re: Dubai Accomodation

by colin_bramso

My pleasure :-)

I live just round the corner so I know the roads and it really isn't a problem.

Travel Tips for Dubai

What To Wear (really)

by Ali&Steve

You will often see Dubai quoted as being "relatively liberal for a Muslim country". But what does that actually mean? Well, it means you can involve alcohol in your holiday if you wish. What it doesn't mean is that, away from the beach, you can stroll around in a state of undress more akin to Ibiza. People do get away with an awful lot here - men & women and, although nothing is said, some local people will be offended by a skimpy top or a pair of shorts in a shopping centre. Naturally, people adopt an attitude of "if so and so can get away with it then it must be ok for me too". Pretty selfish behaviour - but everyone is doing it. For people visiting, they will be gone in 2 weeks - who cares. For those of us that live here, it could create a bit of a backlash later on resulting in a little less freedom. Just my two pennethworth and bit of guidance for those who do value respect.

A desert trip

by Gard

There are many tour operators that offer trips out to the desert. We hooked up with a company called Lama Tours and we were picked up from the hotel one day to go on a trip. The car that we drove in was a Toyota Landcruiser (these cars seems to be very popular for this purpose) and we were 7 in the car including the driver. First we drove out of Dubai to find some big sand dunes. The driver then reduced the air pressure in the tires and we drove of. It was a fun ride but very, very bumpy. In fact we saw a person in another car that got really sick and that had to throw up after a while. We stopped in between and we saw another tour group trying out sand skiing. It is quite amazing to look towards the horizon and see sand dune after sand dune. In this landscape that I’m not used to I find it really difficult to tell the distance to or height of the next sand dune. Let’s just hope that I never get lost in the desert.

When the sun set we stopped to look at that and we later drove to a camp. There was quite a lot of activities there and the good spirits got even higher when people discovered that they sold alcohol there. First of all we were allowed to go for a short camel ride. In the camp itself it was possible to get a henna tattoo, dress up in traditional outfits, smoke a shisha pipe and watch some belly dancing (and even participate). In the end we got a meal from the barbeque

Shop Before You Fly

by Rinjani about Dubai Duty Free

If you depart from Dubai, spare some times to shop around at Dubai Duty free. (In my experience, three hours is reasonable : ) ) It’s a great place to shop. Electronics, beauty products, food, souvenirs….you name it!!

It’s difficult not to slide your credit card in this place. And usually time flies when you shop. They have a lot of interesting stuffs, cheaper price and I learned that several beauty products sold here can not be found in the shops outside the duty free. It’s time to really shop.

Just be careful with your luggage. It is wise if you take spare suitcase if you plan to do serious shopping. Believe me….it’s really great shopping experience. Credit Card or cash

Traffic jams!

by Doug767

The traffic is horrendous in Dubai at rush hour, bumper to bumper, there is no escape (except by motor-bike) or any short cut routes to take... the road system has not grown and can't cope with the rapid growth. It can take a couple of hours to go from one side of the City to the other.... eeek!

If you're looking for a HOT POT

by jayjayc about China Sea Restaurant

Hot Pot for a low price is available at this restaurant. They serve ice cold beer as well in a pitcher. Chinese waiters and waitresses to assist you. They also serve other chinese cuisines for a good price.

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 The Harbour Hotel & Residence Dubai

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Emirates Marina Hotel
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Address: Al Sofouh Rd., Dubai Marina (formerly Emirates Marina Hotel & Residence), Dubai, 7631, U.A.E