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Dubai hotel reco

Dubai hotel reco

  1. Cricket

    I am a first time single female executive traveler to Dubai stopping for 2-3 days in Dubai going to/coming from S. Africa. I prefer small luxury hotels or concierge level in chains to avoid feeling like I am attending a convention and I am not a overly experienced international traveler. I don’t have points/hotel status and this is a personal trip. I read the Dubai Grosvenor House and Park Hyatt Hotel reviews-properties seem underwhelming. Your thoughts and recommendations? My best. Thank you.

  2. No Name

    There is a lack of small luxury hotels in Dubai, personally I prefer the anonymity of a larger hotel in Dubai so I have no experience with these hotel.

    First that comes to mind is Residence & Spa at One&Only Royal Mirage which is 50 room private area at the One&Only.

    [URL]http://royalmirage.oneandonlyresorts.com/accommodation/residencespa.aspx[/URL]

    [URL]http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g295424-d1209362-Reviews-Residence_Spa_at_One_Only_Royal_Mirage_Dubai-Dubai_Emirate_of_Dubai.html[/URL]

    [URL]http://www.booking.com/hotel/ae/residence-amp-spa-at-one-amp-only-royal-mirage.en-gb.html[/URL]

    There is also The Address Montgomerie Dubai which is a small 21 room golf hotel a bit outside the center. But reviews are more mixed.

    [URL]http://www.theaddress.com/en/hotels/the-address-montgomerie-dubai/[/URL]

    [URL]http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g295424-d1661298-Reviews-The_Address_Montgomerie_Dubai-Dubai_Emirate_of_Dubai.html[/URL]

    [URL]http://www.booking.com/hotel/ae/the-montgomerie-dubai.en-gb.html[/URL]

    By concierge level in chains due you mean club level rooms and suites?

  3. Joe Sullivan

    [QUOTE=”Cricket, post: 7204, member: 770″]I am a first time single female executive traveler to Dubai stopping for 2-3 days in Dubai going to/coming from S. Africa. I prefer small luxury hotels or concierge level in chains to avoid feeling like I am attending a convention and I am not a overly experienced international traveler. I don’t have points/hotel status and this is a personal trip. I read the Dubai Grosvenor House and Park Hyatt Hotel reviews-properties seem underwhelming. Your thoughts and recommendations? My best. Thank you.[/QUOTE]
    We have stayed at the Ritz Carlton in Dubai. Great location, the best concierge lounge experience and fairly affordable. We did the same did 5 nights after a trip to Durban SA. A great way to relax before the long trip home. Have a great time!

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