Bab Al Shams Hotel
Ground Floor Terrace Suite
Here you can enjoy a truly authentic stay with the room really capturing the true essence of Middle Eastern traditions.
Fee: 💰 850AED for 2 person for 1 night (weekend) Rooms without the terrace approx 650AED for 1 night.
Location: 🌎 Al Qudra, 30 minutes from Dubai.
Timing: ⏱ Check in 2pm - Check out 11am.
Room: 🛏 Each room with its traditional interior has a large bathtub, rain shower, king size bed, TV and if you stay in the terrace room you have your own balcony that leads directly to the many swimming pools the resort has to offer.
View & Surroundings: 🏝 Surrounded by desert this is the perfect retreat, true Middle Eastern traditions are captured throughout the whole resort, and it really is a one of a kind hotel!
Food: 🍴With 3 main restaurants to choose from it is perfect for a long weekend away. I have to recommend the Indian Restaurant and say that it is the BEST Indian I have experienced in Dubai, so good that we will be going back there just for this restaurant.
Activities: 🐪 Within the resort you can enjoy camel riding, archery, and hold a falcon experience, and if you book the terrace you will receive any two of these experiences complimentary.
Contact: 📞 04-8096100
Overall if you are looking for a special and traditional retreat, whether it is a weekend away as a couple, with friends or even as a family there is something for everyone and it truly is one of a kind.
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