Luxury Dubai & Thailand holiday, Dubai & Hua Hin - save 21%
This 12-night twin-centre escape whisks you away to not just one, but two exotic locations. First, youll jet off to spend five nights in the glamorous...... more
This 12-night twin-centre escape whisks you away to not just one, but two exotic locations. First, youll jet off to spend five nights in the glamorous shopping mecca of Dubai, before you're swept to the white sands of Hua Hin in Thailand for a dreamy seven-night escape. From one destination to the other, youll roll the lavish opulence of city life and the tranquillity of island relaxation into one idyllic escape.Touching down in Dubai, youll head to the Hilton Dubai Creek Hotel. Close to the centre of the city, you'll have incredible views of the space-age skyline and great access to both the shops and the beach. The hotel itself is refined and tasteful with high design bedrooms, a state-of-the-art gym and a choice of four restaurants, including one with a chic rooftop bar. Next, it's onto Hua Hin. With its beaches, six pristine golf courses and hip town centre it's become a popular high-end destination. The Hyatt Regency Hotel itself is pure paradise with pretty beaches and plenty of watersports on offer. This is a seriously decadent resort, immersed in 16 acres of tropical gardens and right on the edge of a 200-metre private beach.For more information on the inclusions of our offer, please see below.Good to knowYour outbound flight is overnight so while this is a 12-night holiday, you will be away from home for a total of 13 nights. Please be aware that Dubai'scitycentre is in the process of undergoing substantial development, therefore, while there is no building work occurring in the hotel itself, some construction may be visible from the hotel.
Vista Point Dubai United Arab Emirates [DVD] [NTSC]
Dubai is a fairy-tale holiday paradise with romantic desert scenery and a long history. Like an ancient kingdom from the 'One Thousand And One Nights'...... more
Dubai is a fairy-tale holiday paradise with romantic desert scenery and a long history. Like an ancient kingdom from the 'One Thousand And One Nights' it's the second largest state in the United Arab Emirates located on the northern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. The trading of dates, goats, pearls and fish brought the city much prosperity and it gradually developed into the largest trading centre in the Near East. Maritime life has always played a significant role in the lives of those who live on the Arabian Gulf. With its triangular sails and a design that has remained unchanged for thousands of years, the dhow still sails these waters. Hundreds of them lie at anchor close to the old town on the banks of Dubai Creek. No other city in the United Arab Emirates possesses so many fascinating contrasts. But the past is gradually merging with the present and portrays a new and harmonious image. Dubai's impressive silhouette is in stark contrast to the desert sand and sparkling sea. The Deira district owes its prosperity to the various souks that were established there in the 19th century. At this time Dubai was already an important trading city with almost seven thousand inhabitants. The number of stalls in the souk rose to more than three hundred and a modest tax was imposed for the coffers of the local Sheikh. Amid the desert surroundings in front of the city gates is the Nad Al Sheba Camel Course where the intrepid creatures of the desert are trained during the winter months, the jockeys being young boys from Somalia and Pakistan. Dusty gravel roads lead into the Hajar Mountains, part of the splendid mountain landscape in the eastern section of the Emirates. Dubai's skyline has a new landmark, the Burj Al Arab, the only hotel in the world to have been awarded no less than seven stars! Built on a Man made island its design is that of a sail bent by the wind. Dubai: the height of luxury amid the desert sand - a glittering fairytale of the 21st century.
Advantages: Everyone was helpful and friendly Disadvantages: no free parking
...a bath, but almost all rooms have this already). If you book the suite you also have a balcony overlooking the city centre. What is a disadvantage if you stay the night of Friday to Saturday because the market will begin construction as early as 6 hours in the morning and this is not going quietly. The hotel is very well insulated, but if you're a light sleeper, you might still suffer from the noise...
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...for Rome?s city tax we were handed a room key and given a few instructions on how to find our room ? to be honest it wasn?t too far away so we didn?t need anyone to give us direction.
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