The Palm Hotel

Sheikh Zayed Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Forum Posts

Questions about accessibility to Dnata Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road

by Chyan

Which Dubai Metro Station is nearest to Dnata Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road? Please advise.

What are the operating hours of Dubai Metro on Saturdays and Sundays?

Re: Questions about accessibility to Dnata Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road

by colin_bramso

At the moment there's not a station near the DNATA Centre, the nearest would be Financial Centre and it's quite a walk from there.

Saturday/Sunday are normal weekdays so the trains run from 6am to 11pm.

Re: Questions about accessibility to Dnata Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

All the services availabe in DNATA Deira section are the same as Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road!!

Re: Questions about accessibility to Dnata Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road

by Chyan

But what is the difference when Air Astana's address is in Dnata Airline Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road and not in Deira branch of Dnata Airline Centre?

Re: Questions about accessibility to Dnata Airline Centre in Sheikh Zayed Road

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Air Astana may have a branch in DNATA Deira as well, I am not sure, you can check with them!

Travel Tips for Dubai

Telephone number of Consulates in Dubai!!

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

When travelling to another country its much better to have the contact detail of the embassy/consulate of your native country with you, even have it handy in case. Hopefully you wouldn't need it and will leave U.A.E with good memories :-)
Embassies & Consulates in Dubai
All numbers in this list are Dubai area code prefix (04).
If dialling from abroad prefix the number with country code +971-4-consulate number
Sudan, Consulate of
P.O.Box : 19575
Telephone : 2637555
Fax : 2637080
Email : sudancon@emirates.net.ae www.sudan.net

Sultanate of Oman Office
P.O.Box : 1898
Telephone : 3971000
Fax : 3977688
Email : general@ocodubai.com www.ocodubai.com

Switzerland, Consulate of
P.O.Box : 9300
Telephone : 3290999
Fax : 3313679
Email : vertretung@dai.rep.admin.ch www.swissbcuae.com

Syria, Consulate General of
P.O.Box : 7801
Telephone : 2663354
Fax : 2653393
Email : syrian-con-dubai@hotmail.com

Taiwan, Commercial Office of Republic of China
P.O.Box : 3059
Telephone : 3977888
Fax : 3977644
Email : corocdxb@emirates.net.ae www.boca.gov.tw

Turkish Consulate General
P.O.Box : 9221
Telephone : 3314788
Fax : 3317317
Email : tcdubkon@emirates.net.ae

United States of America, Consulate General of
P.O.Box : 9343
Telephone : 3116000
Fax : 3116166
Email : www.usembabu.gov.ae

Uzbekistan, Consulate General of the Republic of
P.O.Box : 53432
Telephone : 3947400
Fax : 06 5725322
Email : -

Vietnam, Consulate General of
P.O.Box : 11457
Telephone : 3988924
Fax : 3988624
Email : vnconsul@emirates.net.ae

Yemen, Consulate of the Republic of
P.O.Box : 1947
Telephone : 3970131
Fax : 3972901
Email : - Dubai is a small friendly city to all tourists and visitors in the middle of Arabia :-)

Swimming in crystal clear waters

by call_me_rhia

Swimming in crystal clear waters... I did not think it would be possible in a city - but it turned out it was. The chosen perfect beach was Jumeirah's public beach: it was neither too crowded not too empty. And the water: turquoise... it felt like being in the tropics, at least until you looed up and saw the modernistic skyline in the background. Definitely bring a swimsuit, a modest one if possible... nude and topless bathing is not acceptable. Locals tend to bathe fully clothed.

Gold souk - bling central!

by Willettsworld

Located underneath a wooden lattice roof, Dubai's gold souk is probably the largest such market in Arabia. Dozens of shops line the wide covered aisles whose windows are full of gold necklesses, bracelets, rings and brooches of all shapes, sizes and quality. I went into one and found that the prices were extremely reasonable and I was very tempted I can you!

Great City Views

by nattybabe about Bar 44

I discovered Bar 44 when I was waiting for Buddha Bar to open at the Grosvener House hotel in the Dubai Marina. Located on the 44th floor of the hotel, Bar 44 has amazing views of the Marina and you can (on a clear day/night) see all the way to the Palms. It is an expensive bar and unless you have bundles of money, it's probably not a place to spend an entire evening. However, the minute you walk through the doors, the staff are incredibly polite and helpful and you get the feeling that if you only asked they would get anything for you. Very 5 star hotel service. You get a bowl of nuts and olives automatically and the staff are incredibly attentive and will refresh your drink or change the ash tray before you even think about needing it. I was very impressed with Bar 44 and it's nice to have a nice drink and to be made to feel special every now and then! A bit dressy

Clockwork Orange: Pay for your parking.

by JessH

Dubai is expensive, and nothing comes for free (apart from drinks on Ladies Night!) so it's understandable that more & more parts of the city are subject to paid parking.

You are charged per hour, and prices vary from area to area. In general though, you have to feed the machine either Dhs 1.- or 2.- (Dirhams) for one hour and Dhs 5.- for two hours.

There are still a lot of free "plots" of sand throughout the city & many people use these future construction sites for free parking, but now the police is also cracking down on this practice and slapping hefty fines of up to Dhs 500.- on offenders.

Paid Parking Hours are:
Saturdays to Thursdays, from 08:00AM - 01:00pm & 04:00pm - 09:00pm.
Parking is free in those 3 hours in the afternoon,
as well as on Fridays (local weekend) & public holidays.
1 USD = 3.67 AED (United Arab Emirates Dirhams)

Road, Roads everywhere, but not a space to park... Dubai's traffic & parking problems are reaching breaking point, and the city is now considering some drastic changes: The study would look at the prospect of reducing the maximum parking time from 2 hours to 1 hour at some of the busiest shopping areas such as the Gold Souk, Deira Fish Market, Karama & Baniyas Square in order to help avoid double-parking in these areas and offer available parking space to the maximum number of people.
A lot of the shopping malls & hotels used to offer free underground parking to visitors but are now also introducing paid parking metres, much to the disgruntlement of residents.

So if you rent a car and travel around town, watch out for the big ORANGE SIGNS & orange machines that indicate paid parking lots.

--> UPDATE 2008: TIP: Most hotels & even shopping malls now offer free valet parking. Just have your ticket stamped at one of the restaurants or shops, and take advantage of this convenient service (this is great especially in summertime!)

--> UPDATE Aug. 2009: Some malls will soon start charging visitors for their parking in order to try and deter park-and-ride Metro users who may use the malls' parking facilities as Mall of the Emirates and Deira City Centre Metro Stations are close by.

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