ZiQoo Hotel Apartment

Building number 11, Zen 3, Discovery Garden, Dubai, 487021, United Arab Emirates
ZiQoo Hotel Apartment
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Forum Posts

Money... :-)

by chuzzel

Hello everyone !!! I will fly to Dubai on the 16th of Jan.2010 and stay for a week...can anyone tell me how much money more or less that I should prepare for this trip?


Re: Money... :-)

by lynnehamman

It really depends upon what you want to see and do in Dubai- where you will stay, where you will eat- etc . If you enjoy 'life's little luxuries' bring a credit card.
Accommodation is NOT that cheap in UAE. I have just been doing some research, because we will be there in March 2010.
There are some good pages on VT about Dubai- go to 'search' box (top right of page) enter DUBAI and click GO.
This will take you to the Dubai pages & tips

Re: Money... :-)

by colin_bramso

Hi, welcome to VT.

It's an impossible question to answer because we can only say "It depends how much you want to spend".

If you mean spending money, excluding accommodation, you can eat in five-star hotels and drink expensive wine and spend Dh1,000 on a meal. Or you can eat an excellent meal in an independent restaurant for Dh20, or just a burger in MacDonalds.

You can buy clothing in designer shops for thousands of dirhams or you can spend Dh5 on T-shirts in the souk.

Checking our Dubai pages and Tips here on VT will give you some ideas on what you may spend in the various places.

Re: Money... :-)

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

You received two very accurate answers!! If the hotel you are visiting is paid in advance (A tour package) then you would need about 50 to 100$ per day for the meals and visiting different locations in Dubai!!
Good luck.

Re: Money... :-)

by chuzzel

Thanks guys...:-)

Re: Money... :-)

by dave.richards

Several replies have said that hotels are not cheap in Dubai. Granted, they are far more expensive than a few years ago but, I've been checking out 4 and 5 star hotel prices for next May (2010) and many of them are charging less than they were for the same rooms in May of this year (2009).
For example, a week's stay for two in one of the Hilton hotels at Jumairah, including flights and transfers is from 'only' £1,900.

Re: Money... :-)

by ohannaweb


You are not mention that regarding for hotel and personal Allowance (money) or Travel but you mention only trip according to my information i go through this site http://awayholidays.co.uk/dubai/ and get the infor mation for Hotel Flight and all but in case of personal Allowance (money) i can't suggest you because it is totally depends upon you.

Travel Tips for Dubai

Dubai International Film Festivals

by Rinjani

It was quite exciting to wait the event. It is a first film festival held in Dubai. I signed up as a volunteer for the festival (Dec 6th to 11th ) and I had a great experience.

This year, the film screened in ; Madinat Jumeirah theater, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai Media City and Mercatto Mall. In several places there were big banners and advertisement of the film festival. The respond of the audience was quite impressive. Most people I met said that they satisfied with the programs. There were nine categories for film festival ; Gala Screenings, Contemporary World Cinema, Operation Cultural Bridge, Hi-Tech Hollywood, Destination Contemporary, Arabian Nights, Bollywood Meets Hollywood, Cinema from the Subcomtinent and A Tribute to Omar Sharif. As a volunteer, it was a beautiful experience to get involved in such a big event. To get to know new people from different places, work with DIFF staffs and other fellow volunteers, having a chance to watch the beautiful movies and having a chance to meet our favorite movie stars.

I had a chance to see a heart-throb Orlando Bloom. Shortly to say, he is soooo cool!! Another stars attended the party in Madinat Jumeirah were Morgan Freeman and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

It was great to know that film can become an effective way to bridge all the differences. No matter the race, religion, skin color, through film, we speak the language that we understand. It was beautiful!!


Al Boom Diving

by Tdiver

A very well run diving centre. Do your pool training in Dubai, then experience the real deal over in Fujeirah, on the East coast, where the diving is fantastic, or up in Musandam, Oman, where it is equally great.
OK so the early 06.45 start for Fujeirah and Musandam is hard but the diving IS WORTH IT.
I only got to dive in the Al Aqah dive centre at the Le Meridien, Al Aqah Beach Resort, on the East coast. We got lucky and saw a whale shark, several mantas, turtles and reef sharks, as well as the normal lots of fish. Visibility was from 10 to 15 m. All equipment can be supplied, there is also a large shop to tempt you to purchase some personal gear, books and accessories.

Carrefour tc.

by aroundtheglobe

Dubai is maybe famous for it's expensive shopping centers. this didn't matter for me because I can't afford such things anyway. I was rather impressed about all the european chains they have there too. the huge carrefour is located close to deira. It gives one great european atmosphere that is needed after a hot and exhausting walk threw the oriental souks of deira food, cheap perfums, clothes.....everything you can buy in european carrefours too;-) cheaper than european average

A True Irish Pub & Restaurant in Spirit and Decor

by miso80 about The Irish Village

One of the older places in Dubai..I'm writing about it now, although I haven't been there in quite some time..but I really REALLY miss it! Dubai being a new city and all, there are very few places that you can really feel like they have a little history to them..a little soul. The Irish Village is definitely one of the places where you can feel like you're in a place that's had a short, but interesting life..You can almost feel like this place attracts its own group of people.. People here will come for drinks, to chit chat and laugh and have a good time..or to have some good ol' fish and chips. Whatever you plan to do at the Irish Village..I guarantee that it will make you feel light-hearted and chilled. I love this place..i really should go to it soon! Perhaps this weekend ;) As you please...this place is casual, unpretentious and plain comfy.

Great outdoor experience

by vmirela about Boardwalk

Don't miss this place, you will not regret it. It is located nearby Park Hyatt, in Deira. There is indoor part, but the outdoor is much nicer, day-night, anytime...Upstairs is the Aquarium restaurant, which is quite pricy, while the Boardwalk is quite reasonable with prices for food and drink, considering its location. There are three wooden decks, and you can seat just above the water, overlooking the Creek, as well as yachts parked next to the restaurant. Everything is in wood as I said, which gives it a real seaside-look feeling. Sometimes, seagals may bug you a bit, trying to eat from your plate, but I haven't seen them that often. Staff is quite friendly.
I would recommend their ice coffee after a meal, it is really great and at quite good price. You may choose a variety of the international meal offers, they are very tasty. It is best to go there around 4-5 p.m. and catch the sunset. Soft latin music is usually played in the background. It is a very pleasant and relaxing place for casual gathering with friends, families or colleagues.


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