The Montgomerie Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Lailak 3rd Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Address Montgomerie Dubai
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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  • Families100
  • Couples88
  • Solo100
  • Business88

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7 hour stopover in Dubai

by meekandhumble2830

I only have a 7 hour stopover in Dubai. Is this enough to get me a city tour and back to the airport ? How about taking a taxi ?
Thanks.

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by loose_motion

You have enough time to head out to the city and be back . Taxis can be flagged on the road or you can book one for the day ( or half a day) ahead of time . Google the info

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

It realy depends what is the time of your arrival and how heavy is the traffic. Considering you have to be back to airport two hours before your ongoing flight you may be able to tour the old city which include, Gold Souk, Dhow Wharfage, Deira Spice Souk and the creek.
Good luck.

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by meekandhumble2830

How much would the taxi cost if i'll use it for three hours? Thanks

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by meekandhumble2830

My Emirates flight will arrive 730 pm and my connecting flight leaves @ 315 am. You mentioned about the old city, what time do the shops close specially the gold souk ? Shukran

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well, then you can take a taxi out to the Gold Souk and the shops usually are open till 10:30 P.M. After that you can walk around on the creek side, take some pictures and if interested to have a late dinner in Sheraton Creek which is a great place! By 12:30 A.M. if you get back to airport you are O.K. for your flight at 3:15 A.M. Taxi from Airport yo gold souk should not cost you more than 50 AED both ways.
Good luck.

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by meekandhumble2830

Thanks for your tip, this is really helpful. I just want to visit Burj Al Arab and the Gold Souk, are they in proximity of each other ?
Thanks again.
andrew

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

No they are very far apart, aboy 35 KM!!

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by meekandhumble2830

I guess i have to let go of one. What do you suggest ? This is my first time seeing dubai.
Thanks
andrew

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by meekandhumble2830

Where is river creek ? My stopover is only for 7 hours 745p to 315a i might as well go to Burj Al Arab , at night this hotel looks like a structure from a different planet. Thanks.

Re: 7 hour stopover in Dubai

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well, check the following URL for all your taxi questions:

http://dtc.dubai.ae/en.portal?dtceservices,Article_000065,1,&_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=view

Travel Tips for Dubai

Indian ocean day trip

by estephan

To be honest, i have expected something more exciting... I mean the ocean itself was less beautifull than the Persian Gulf.....but in general it was rather interesting trip, take one and don't forget to take the cam with u (if u have one ofcourse)

BEWITCHED: THE BASTAKIYA EFFECT

by Siddha3th

In an oft-overlooked part of town, towards the area where the Dubai Museum resides snugly beside The Creek, lies Bastakiya.

Charming to its mud-laned core, The Bastakiya Quarter is slowly becoming home to Dubai's burgeoning art scene - galleries, fashion boutiques, quaint little cafes - they're all to be found within a complex maze of old-style Arabian dwellings.

I love the feelings which swarm inside my mind while walking through this place... a sense of the gone-by with an accent that's very now!

following in a traveller's footsteps

by uglyscot about In Battuta Mall

ibn Battuta Mall is a giant shopping complex based on the theme of the Arab explorere Ibn Battuta. The mall is divided in to sections built in the style of the places represented [China, India, Persia, Egypt, Arabia]. The decor fits the region.
There is a Fitness First in the China area. A cinema.
There are cafes, a prayer room, nursery.
It is easy to get lost in the various galleries. Everything you can expect from UK High Street stores like Debenhams, Bhs, Next, River Island, Evans,Top Man, ; designer names like Levi, Ugo Boss; jewellers, china, pharmacies, Indian, Moroccan etc Much of the known stores charge the same prices as elsewhere, but the more individual shops may be a bit pricey.

51st floor views!

by MM212 about Vu's Bar

Located on the 51st floor of the Emirates Towers Jumeirah Hotel, Vu's Bar's name is not misleading! The fancy bar with a sloping glass ceiling offers incredible views over Dubai and its mega projects. The trendy and rich assemble here for cocktails along with Dubai's business men. Some choose to dine afterwards at the unreasonably expensive international (but hopefully exquisite) restaurant one floor below. Try to get there before the sun sets in order to enjoy the views. Otherwise, you'll have to accept the starry lights of the night views - though still impressive. Beware, drinks are quite expensive!

AN EXCITING FUSION OF TASTES, A LA SPAIN

by Siddha3th about AL HAMBRA

An intriguing proposition, isn't it... to savour food rooted in the Andalusian tradition, surrounded by the soft-glow warmth of a Moorish setting. A hint of Spain. A sprinkling of Morocco. With a nod towards the Islamic heritage of Granada. Thankfully, Al Hambra manages to pull all of these of, most of the time. And on the odd occasion when it does slip up, the innovative menu manages to whip you back into an enthusiastic frenzy with some delightful dishes.

You can sit yourself outside, flanked by the Al Qasr's abra-filled waterways, and enjoy beautiful views extending across the Arabian Gulf. If the weather's a bit too warm for your liking, come indoors, where the accent is on the reds and oranges so typical to Moorish traditions. All exposed brickwork, paper and wrought-metal lamps, and fascinating high ceilings. Wash all these impressions down with a glass of rosé, and settle down to food, glorious food! Wonderful bread appertifs - of the pepper, cinnamon and cardamom varieties, presented with olives, garlic mayonnaise and some very tasty hummous.

Delightful seafood paella - lobsters, prawns, chicken and clams, simmered to perfection, and cooked into chunky brown rice. Very, very good - though the lobsters in my meal just seemed to taste a little bit off.

Garlic prawn starters - the best prawn I've tasted in ages! Large, succulent pieces, marinated in a light mint sauce, flavoured in olive oil. Fantastic!

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