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Traveler's Reviews & Photos

8
Very Good
Dubai mall, Butterfly garden, Aquarium and Dubai museum these are my favorite places. We use to eat in golden sands in bur dubai which was very good restaurant. Metro in the city is very convinient way of get arround the city.
VinayakHanchate
India
February 19, 2017
8
Very Good
Great facilities and service in general, nice winter break if you are looking for warm weather at a reasonable distance (flight time) from the UK It is getting ridiculously expensive, London restaurants look cheap compared to Dubai prices
Ioannis
United Kingdom
February 19, 2017
8
Very Good
The quality of Urban life. The new Opera house. The civilised Dubai population. The city walk restaurants. It's too much car oriented !
Anas
Saudi Arabia
February 19, 2017
10
Exceptional
Great weather! Amazing stay, loved the city and could have certainly spend more time to explore more of Dubai! But overall loved everything about the trip as it's a beautiful city and would definitely come back.
Qais
Poland
February 19, 2017
8
Very Good
Everything in Dubai works. You don't need to rent a car in Dubai. Even though the metro lines are not big, taxi there is cheap. Legoland is a must for families with children. My favorite place is definitely by the fountains in Dubai Mall.
Ricardo
Brazil
February 20, 2017

Accommodations and Hotels in Dubai

Flora Park Deluxe Hotel Apartments

8.5 Very Good

Score from 2,887 reviews

$109

Average price per night
  • “wonderful staff”
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  • “location was great”
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  • “very clean”
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Pearl Marina Hotel Apartment

8.2 Very Good

Score from 2,117 reviews

$129

Average price per night
  • “wonderful staff”
    248 related reviews
  • “location was great”
    215 related reviews
  • “very clean”
    143 related reviews
Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa Dubai

8.9 Excellent

Score from 3,925 reviews

$286

Average price per night
  • “great pool area”
    407 related reviews
  • “wonderful staff”
    380 related reviews
  • “excellent quality of food”
    195 related reviews
Atlantis The Palm, Dubai

8.5 Very Good

Score from 6,074 reviews

$383

Average price per night
  • “great pool area”
    575 related reviews
  • “wonderful staff”
    164 related reviews
  • “excellent quality of food”
    137 related reviews
The Address, Dubai Mall Hotel

8.6 Excellent

Score from 3,536 reviews

$381

Average price per night
  • “location was great”
    300 related reviews
  • “wonderful staff”
    192 related reviews
  • “very clean”
    41 related reviews
Sheraton Dubai Mall Of The Emirates Hotel

8.4 Very Good

Score from 4,871 reviews

$218

Average price per night
  • “location was great”
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  • “wonderful staff”
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  • “excellent quality of food”
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Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

8.8 Excellent

Score from 4,097 reviews

$218

Average price per night
  • “location was great”
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  • “wonderful staff”
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  • “very clean”
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Sofitel Dubai Downtown

8.7 Excellent

Score from 4,648 reviews

$261

Average price per night
  • “wonderful staff”
    338 related reviews
  • “location was great”
    295 related reviews
  • “amazing views”
    255 related reviews
JA Ocean View Hotel

8.7 Excellent

Score from 5,295 reviews

$236

Average price per night
  • “location was great”
    505 related reviews
  • “wonderful staff”
    397 related reviews
  • “amazing views”
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Discover Dubai

Popular Neighborhoods in Dubai

Deira

202 properties

This area in "old Dubai" is a remarkable contrast to Downtown’s shiny newness. Be prepared to haggle in the traditional souks offering spices, textiles and gold jewelry. Wander along the port to watch fishermen transporting their catch on traditional dhows. Deira City Centre Mall has dining and entertainment for the masses.

Sheikh Zayed Road

128 properties

Sheikh Zayed Road is known as the 12-lane E11 Highway, connecting Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It covers several miles of pristine coastline along the Persian Gulf, with high-end hotels and luxury residential apartments along the way. If you’re driving, you’ll pass by the Dubai International Finance Centre, Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall.

Dubai Marina

113 properties

Dubai Marina is on track to become the world’s largest man-made marina, with construction to be completed in the next few years. It’s a luxury waterfront destination with high-end commercial and residential buildings, including Cayan Tower, the world’s tallest high-rise building with the famous 90-degree twist, and Marina Mall.

Bur Dubai

110 properties

Bur Dubai is an important legislative center. You’ll find the Al Fahidi Historical District and the Dubai Museum nearby – a rich collection that chronicles the city’s development. Visit the Grand Mosque with its enormous minarets, or the traditional textile souks, restaurants and shisha cafés lining Dubai Creek.

Jumeirah Beach Residence

94 properties

Walk in the shadows of the enormous Jumeirah Beach Residence in this mile-long waterside district. The buildings are a fusion of Arabian and Mediterranean-style architecture, offering views of Dubai Marina and the Persian Gulf. Walk along the promenade to enjoy high-end shopping and family-friendly cafes and restaurants.

Downtown Dubai

90 properties

The 2,723-foot Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building. Dubai Mall, the world’s largest, is a harmonious collision of 1,200 mid-to-high-end European and American brand-name stores, including Bloomingdales. Visit Souk Al Bahar for traditional food or wares, or dine out in style at the eateries on Sheikh Mohamed Boulevard.

Palm Jumeirah

86 properties

This spectacular man-made island is a feat of engineering genius. Resembling the fronds of a palm tree, each one is lined with luxurious private villas and apartments, resorts, exclusive hotels and restaurants, in an area larger than 1,212 football fields. The Atlantis Hotel is the jewel on the crown, awe-inspiring in design and scope.

Dubai Creek

59 properties

Dubai Creek was once used for pearl cultivation and remains the city’s main thoroughfare for trader boats and docking. In just a few decades, it's evolved from a saltwater creek into a mini-city that services the world’s elite. There's a fusion of old and new Dubai on either side of the creek, which you can cross by water taxi or bridge.

Al Barsha

47 properties

Al Barsha is a newly developed residential area and home base for many expats who work in nearby Dubai Internet City. The Mall of the Emirates is a huge attraction in this area, with Ski Dubai, the region’s first indoor ski slope with real snow. Inside, there are movie theaters and high-end international department stores.

Business Bay

35 properties

Business Bay's fortunes faded after the global recession, but it’s emerging stronger than ever these days – it’s poised to become Dubai’s central business district in the near future. The area is filled with many residential and high-rise buildings in close proximity to the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, Downtown, and the Meydan Racecourse.

Oud Metha

12 properties

Oud Metha is a large residential area only 10 minutes from Dubai International Airport. The designers of Wafi City and Raffles Hotel took some inspiration from ancient Egypt when designing the buildings at this shopping, dining and entertainment complex, which are shaped like pyramids. Recover from retail therapy with a day wandering in Wonderland Theme and Water Park.

Jumeira

4 properties

Jumeirah is primarily a residential area, but it's also home to the lively Madinat Souk (a traditional Arabian market). The area is filled with low-rise villas. It’s fun to rent a bike and ride along Jumeirah Beach, with its 30 miles of pristine (and private) coastline – head to Jumeirah Beach Park for a publicly accessible area.

Umm Suqeim

4 properties

Umm Suqeim is a quiet community located along Jumeriah Beach. Wild Wadi Waterpark offers family fun in the form of slides and simulated surfing, and Jumeriah Beach is perfect for getting some sun. Madinat Jumeirah Souk is an Arabian market that’s great for antiques, oils, art, and more. The 7-star Burj Al Arab hotel is also in this area.

Al Karama

3 properties

Ay caramba! Al Karama does a roaring trade in replica goods. Burrow through its bustling backstreets and “secret rooms” to peruse endless arrays of “Prada” handbags, “Rolex” watches and “Gucci” shoes. When it comes to food, the neighbourhood is 100% genuine. Pop into Pakistani restaurant Ravi to savour spicy Biryani chicken and sweet lassi yoghurt.

Dubai Festival City

3 properties

This elaborate complex represents a fusion of Arab and Mediterranean-style architecture. There are dozens of entertainment options here, including Dubai Festival City Mall featuring 400 outlets and 75 restaurants and cafés. Hard Rock Café Dubai and Al Fanar—the only authentically Emirati restaurant in town—are here.

Emirates Hills

3 properties

The Emirates Hills gated community is known for its palatial properties inhabited by wealthy residents, earning it a reputation as the "Beverly Hills of Dubai." It’s also known as a quiet haven for recreation, particularly equestrian sports and golfing. A major highlight is the Montgomerie 18-hole championship golf course.

Arabian Ranches

1 property

The palatial villas of the Arabian Ranches are occupied by Dubai’s elite. After shopping at the Village Community Centre outlets, visit the Dubai Equestrian and Polo Club with its 336 horse stables and world-class instructors. The nearby 18-hole Arabian Ranches Golf Club is a magnet for wealthy patrons who’ve come to perfect their swing.

Local Tips for Dubai

Wafi Mall – Laser and Light Show
Gauhar by Gauhar

Beach lover Gauhar is never happier than when spending time with friends in the great outdoors.

The Egyptian-themed Wafi Mall is famous for its laser and light shows, such as the Return of the Pharaohs. State-of-the-art sound and lighting effects create spectacular projections across the mall’s central courtyard and Egyptian pyramids – great fun for the whole family!

  • Wafi Mall, Oud Metha Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • www.wafi.com
  • Check website for details.
Posh Paws Animal Santuary and petting Farm
Loma by Loma

A 4-year Dubai resident, Loma loves taking her two little girls to petting farms and parks.

My girls love playing with the animals and birds at Posh Paws. This sanctuary has rescued an array of creatures which children can stroke, hold or feed – from ponies and goats to sloths and porcupines. It’s free to get in, although donations of money or animal food are gladly received.

  • Wadi Al Amardi, Khawaneej, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Open Saturday-Friday 9 am – 4 pm
Ras Al Khor Wildlife Centre (RAWKS)
Huda by Huda

An avid beach goer and recent gym convert, Huda gets her shopping fix in Dubai’s vast malls.

RAWKS is a wetland nature reserve tucked away on the outskirts of Dubai. Home to over 500 species of flora and fauna, its salt flats, mangroves and lagoons provide a critical habitat for migratory birds. It’s a perfect spot for bird watchers or nature lovers looking to escape the city.

  • Ras al Khor, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • www.wildlife.ae
  • Open Saturday-Thursday 9 am – 4 pm
The Farm at Al Barari
Dana by Dana

Sun-seeker Dana can spend hours on the beach, but enjoys being outdoors whatever the weather.

One of my favourite places to eat out is The Farm at Al Barari. This elegant restaurant nourishes both body and soul with its delicious food and peaceful setting – it’s easy to relax and enjoy a leisurely meal while surrounded by landscaped lakes, waterways and botanical gardens!

  • Al Barari Villas, Emirates Road,Opposite Falcon City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • www.thefarmdubai.com
  • Open Saturday-Friday 7:30 am – 10:30 pm
Barasti
Tony by Tony

Tony is new to Dubai, and loves living in different countries and exploring new cultures.

Of all the places in this area, I enjoy Barasti the most. It’s calm during the day, and you can enjoy a drink right next to the sea and relax with a good book. The vibe completely changes at night, and you can enjoy a variety of music and some great DJ’s.

  • Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Al Sufouh Road, Jumeirah Beach, Dubai
  • barastibeach.com
  • Open Saturday to Wednesday 11 am – 1:30 pm, Thursday and Friday 11 am – 3 am
Fogueira Restaurant and Lounge
Ghassan by Ghassan

Already 13 years in Dubai, Ghassan loves football, music and taking care of his lovely family.

Enjoy Brazilian barbeque on the 35th floor of the Ramada Plaza. Whether you sit indoors or on the outdoor terrace, it’s a great place to relax and enjoy the scenic views of Dubai Marina and Palm Jumeirah. There’s also shisha, drinks, snacks and free Wi-Fi!

  • Ramada Plaza, Jumeirah Beach Resort, Dubai
  • www.ramadaplazajbr.com
  • Open Weekdays 6:30 pm – 12 am, Weekends 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm – 12 am
Expat Discounts at Dubai Shopping Festivals
Haitham by Haitham

Haitham feels at home on the high seas and loves sailing, photography and gaming.

Here’s a great tip for people traveling to Dubai – some stores and outlets offer special discounts for expats on items that are not already on sale. To take advantage of the offer, you’ll be asked for your address and phone number in your home country.

  • Mall of the Emirates, Barsha 1, Dubai, UAE
  • Open every day 9 am – 11 pm
People By Crystal
Hussan by Hussan

Hussam has lived in Dubai for 19 years and loves discovering new cultures and cuisines.

I recommend this popular nightclub for great music and international DJS, as well as world-famous performers. There are also fantastic 360 degree panoramic views of the city. There is a stylish dress code and table reservations are required.

  • Raffles Hotel, Sheikh Rashid Rd, Dubai
  • www.raffles.com
  • Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11 pm – 3 am
Desert Safari
Maya by Maya

Maya appreciates the safety and multiculturalism of Dubai and has lived in the city for 8 years.

One of the best things you can do in Dubai is go on a desert safari. Many companies run these trips, usually between 3 pm – 9 pm. Some of the activities you’ll enjoy are dune bashing, sand boarding, camel rides, and belly dancers – plus dinner underneath a beautiful sunset.

Al Qudra Cycle Path
Ibrahim by Ibrahim

Curious Ibrahim loves to tinker with things until he understands them – especially cars and computers.

Starting just after the 611 Emirates Road flyover, this bicycle path is around 54 miles long and has great views of the desert and a very serene environment. There are restrooms, snack shops and multiple shaded rest stops along the way. You can also rent bicycles at the rest stop area.

Dubai has long beaches with great facilities which is not available in the most famous beached in the world like san tropez and malibu beach, you can swim in JBR public beach and you can find famous restaurant chains next to the beach like cheesecake factory and a lot of other famous brands, thats all besides out door cinema and gym. for me Dubai is the safest beach as there are no sharks or so animals and the temp is encourging you to visit the beach all year times.

Dubai has many malls. The biggest being Dubai Mall and Mall of The Emirates. Both are perfect for any type of shopping you want to do, whether it's high brand shopping like Louis Vuitton or Mulberry, or if you want the high street fashion like Topshop or Miss Selfridge. You are bound to find something for everyone in either of these malls. The Souk Madinet is perfect for the more authentic shopping and the art work there is beautiful.

Dubai = Do Buy ! So that is why ! Variety of choices,modern venues, exciting atmosphere,glamorous places, exotic oriental culture and location... Oh the list can go on & on... I love Dubai for the extraordinary courage of its rulers that built out of sands one of the most exciting, modern cites on earth. Congratulations.

Get away from the Malls! Wander the marina, travel up Dubai creek by Abra for 2 dirhams, have a coffee in the Old souk, go on a desert safari by 4x4, eat local (all of the Arab and Levant world to choose from), go inland to Al Ain - see mountains, the oases and eat local dates.

I used to explore the city using metro and bus coz that way you could save a lot, although not all areas are accessible thru train or bus, so taxi can also be an answer.

Use the metro system as it takes you to all the main attractions without having to que for tour buses

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Transportation

Dubai Transportation

Air – Dubai International Airport

Dubai International Airport has 3 main terminals. The fastest way to get to central Dubai is a cream-colored official taxi, which takes 20-25 minutes to get to the center and costs around AED 50-70. The government-owned RTA operates all public transportation, and the Metro is the cheapest way to leave the airport. You'll find stations at Terminals 1 and 3. There are also buses outside Terminals 1 and 2 that stop within walking distance of most hotels.

Metro

Dubai's Metro system is very efficient and the two main red and green lines connect most districts. Metro stations are easily identifiable by their golden oval roofs. Purchase a ticket at the machines in the foyer. Metro trains run between 6 am – 11 pm from Monday to Thursday, from 2 pm – 12 am on Fridays and 6 am – 11 pm on weekends. Tickets cost between AED 2 - 6 per single journey; you can also purchase a re-loadable 'Nol' card from machines or ticket offices.

Bus

Dubai has an extensive air-conditioned bus service that connects most of the city. There are 9 main bus stations and lots of stops throughout the city. The buses are bright red with 'Dubai Bus' emblazoned on the front. Tickets can be purchased on board (or you can check in and out with a 'Nol' card). A journey from one side of Dubai to the other typically costs around AED 4.50 one way. It’s best to take the metro if you're traveling during peak hours (7 am – 10 am or 5 pm – 7 pm).

Taxi

Taxis are a comfortable way to travel in Dubai and taxi fares are reasonable when compared to many western countries. Official taxis are cream with colored roofs (pink for women-only cabs) and are plentiful throughout the city. Drivers are generally very courteous and helpful. The minimum fare is around AED 10 and may include additional charges for road tolls. Taxis can be reserved by sending a text message or by booking online - including services for travelers with special needs.

Car

Although Dubai's roads are in great condition, driving around here can be difficult for the inexperienced. Traffic jams are common, drivers tend to speed and frequent construction makes using a GPS difficult. If you decide to drive, there is metered on-street parking and parking buildings are clearly marked (and free for limited periods at most malls). There is a zero-tolerance policy for driving under the influence (the same goes for the rest of the country).

Food in Dubai

Top Restaurants in Dubai

Upscale Dining
Thai
Thiptara

Thiptara, an Alfresco dining experience with views of Burj Khalifa and the Dubai fountain.It is beautifully decorated with Thai decor and wooden archtecture providing a romantic Thai dining atmosphere.

Upscale Dining
Middle Eastern
Tche Tche Premiere

The cafe's comtemporary design,coupled with an unbeatably warm ambience, provides the perfect setting to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends. Provides great selection of Jordanian traditional dishes, burgers coupled with great shisha

  • Mohammad Bin Rashid Boulevard, Burj Khalifa Area, Dubai
  • Open every day 10:00–01:00.
  • 00971 4 450 4120
Mid-Range Fare
Middle Eastern
Reem Albawadi

Offering a family friendly ambiance, Reem Al Bawadi is well known for it's traditional Arabian dishes and delicious shisha. It serves a variety of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Upscale Dining
Middle Eastern
Palace cafe

Lebanese-style eating, however, the menu offers little twists such as lobster in the falafel and lemongrass in the chicken shawarma.

Upscale Dining
Argentinian
Asado

Providing live entertainment and direct views of the Dubai Fountain, Asado features premium meat cuts prepared in Asado Criollo-style on an open Parrilla grill in the centre of the restaurant.

Mid-Range Fare
Middle Eastern
Abdel Wahab

Featuring an outdoor patio with direct views of the Dubai Fountain, Abdel Wahab offers authentic lebanese dishes and delicious shisha. Try the soujok with hot fresh pita bread and hummous.

Cheap Eats
Italian
Scoozi

Scoozi is well known for its famous mix of Japanese and Italian cuisines. Overlooking the Dubai Fountain, Scoozi offers a familiy friendly and a romantic atmosphere with delicious, pasta, steaks, pizza and sushi.

Upscale Dining
Middle Eastern
Abd El Wahab
Cheap Eats
Middle Eastern
Loui's

Distinctive with a centrepiece of 2 enormous gold hands, Louis's is a lebanese trendy restaurant and shisha cafe. It has an outside patio with a direct view of Burj Khalifa. The menu offers burgers, pasta, Medeterranian dishes and sushi. Try the Calamari or for the Loui's speciality coffee.

  • Residence Tower 7, Downtown Burj Khalifa, Dubai
  • Open every day 12:00–17:00 and 19:00–01:00.
  • 00971 4 457 2411
Cheap Eats
American
Potbelly Sandwich Shop

This Chicago franchise offers delicious sandwiches, soups and salads. All ingredients are prepared daily and each sandwich are baked individually. Offering a variety of healthy options, Potbelly provides a casual environment and good subs for all tastes.

  • Dubai Mall, Doha Street, Dubai
  • Open Sunday to Wednesday 10:00–23:00, Thursday to Saturday 10:00–00:00.
  • 00971 4 3253090
Mid-Range Fare
Cafe
Louis Restaurant & Cafe
  • Residence 7, Downtown Downtown Dubai, Dubai
  • Open every day 10:00-01:30
  • 00971 04 4409302
Mid-Range Fare
French
La Serre

The boulangerie opens early morning with freshly-baked breads, viennoiserie and a light breakfast menu. Lunch, salon de the and dinner are all served throughtout the day.

  • Vida Downtown Hotel, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, Dubai
  • Open every day 12:00–15:00 and 19:00–23:00.
  • www.laserre.ae
  • 00971 4 428 6969
Upscale Dining
International
Fazaris

Not only a mix of Japanese and Italian delicacies, Fazaris also serves an international buffet breakfast for all tastes. You can dine in the outdoor terrace panoramic views of Burj Khalifa.

Mid-Range Fare
American
Texas Roadhouse

This Texan chain restaurant offers a lively and fun atmosphere for families. Its steaks and ribs are one of the best in Dubai Mall.

Mid-Range Fare
American
Outback Steakhouse
Cheap Eats
Italian
Rossovivo

Real pizza from Naples. small but cozy pizza cafe. must try one of their pizza sandwiches, and you will want to come back to this place again and again.

  • Millennium tower, El-Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay, Dubai
  • Open every day 11:00–23:00.
  • www.rossovivo.ae
Cheap Eats
International
Burger Fuel

Having an automotive theme, Burger Fuel offers New Zealand gourmet burgers. It is a laid back atmosphere and freindly staff. Try out the Hot Rod Burger and Spud Fries. For dessert cravings, The Black Ice ice-cream with creamy vanilla and hazelnut with chocolate chunks.

Mid-Range Fare
Middle Eastern
Mezza House

This dining outlet in downtown Dubai features a wide selection of succulent Middle Eastern cuisine, including popular Lebanese appetisers. Also for shisha enthusiasts, this is a great place to hang out. During weekdays, great lunch offers are provided.

Cheap Eats
American
Ribs and Rumps

Located in Dubai Mall and overlooking the Ice Rink, this Australian franchise offers great value for steaks, seafood and chicken dishes. With a variety of side dishes and specialty sauces, Ribs and Rumps is one of the family-friendly popular steak houses in Dubai Mall.

Cheap Eats
Middle Eastern
Omar Khayyam

Persian, Middle Eastern, Arabian cuisine. Featuring an arebesque decor, this family freindly restaurant serves delicious middle eastern delicacies such as fattoush, tabboulehs , lamb shanks with jasmine rice and spiced kebabs. Table reservations are recommended

  • Executive Towers, Bay Avenue, Business Bay, Dubai
  • Open every day 12:00–23:00.
  • 00971 4 4409300
Cheap Eats
Indian
Donner Express Restaurant

British, Indian, Pakistani cuisine. Decorated with modern decors, this kebab themed restaurant offers a casual experience for families who want to savor a variety of delicious kebabs and grills. Must try the chicken tikka masala and mutton kebabs. Home delivery options are also available.

  • G 83, Bay Avenue, Executive Towers, Business Bay, Dubai
  • Open Monday to Wednesday 12:00–00:00, Thursday to Saturday 12:00–01:00, Sunday 12:00–00:00.
  • www.donnerexpress.ae
  • 00971 4 4409300
Mid-Range Fare
Middle Eastern
El3ezba

Egyptian restaurant and cafe in business bay Dubai have the Egyptian village decoration and uniform look and feel with delicious food and nice lake view taking into consideration comfortable seating, kids playing area.

Mid-Range Fare
Bar Bites
Iris Bar

Rooftop bar located on the top floor of the Oberoi Hotel, this bar will give you breathtaking views of Business Bay, Down Town Burj Khalifa and Sheikh Zayed Road, all while having a great drink.

Mid-Range Fare
Middle Eastern
Al Safadi Restaurant

This restaurant offers authentic Lebanese Cuisine. They have the best shawarma and arayes. It has an outdoor seating area where you can enjoy your food and shisha

  • Financial Metro Station 2, Doha Street, El-Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
  • Open every day 08:00–01:30.
  • 00971 4 343 5333
Mid-Range Fare
International
Kitchen 6 - JW Marriott Marquis Dubai

Kitchen 6 is an all-day dining restaurant featuring international buffets, Asian woks, Middle Eastern grills, European breads and Indian Tandoors glowing through glass walls. The open kitchen invites watching Chefs at work creating gastronomic delights.

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