[TravelZoo] 7-Night Dubai Vacation w/Abu Dhabi & Direct Flights
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---EDIT---When You Can Go
Select dates May & September; +$80 surrounding dates
$720 off regular pricing
This is the lowest price we've featured for a weeklong Dubai trip with direct flights and tours.
This showstopping Dubai deal is packed with more value and guided excursions than any other package we've seen. The nonstop flights alone cost almost as much as this entire trip, which means you're essentially getting the hotel and tours for free.
Fly nonstop with Air Canada or Etihad Airways out of Toronto
Seven-night hotel stay in the Bur Dubai area, only a 15-minute walk to the beach
Dubai city tour
Half-hour speedboat cruise around Palm Jumeirah to take in the iconic Dubai skyline
Desert sand dune adventure with a barbecue buffet dinner under the stars and belly dancing show included
Full-day tour of the eastern coast of the United Arab Emirates, including a drive into the Hajar Mountains and a stop at the beach for a swim
Full-day tour of Abu Dhabi to visit Yas Island, markets and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
All transfers, ground transportation, taxes and fees
Travel select dates in May and September for $1550, taxes included. Surrounding dates from February-November are only $80 more.
Note: Prices are per person, based on double occupancy.
* Restrictions may apply.
Howard Johnson, Dubai
This property is a 16-minute walk from the beach. Howard Johnson is centrally located in the heart of Bur Dubai, a 5-minute drive from Dubai Museum and Meena Bazaar. The spacious, air-conditioned rooms have a contemporary style and Wi-Fi is available. Guests can relax in comfort in their rooms, each with satellite TV and all modern amenities. The private bathrooms have full-size baths. Howard Johnson Bur Dubai has a range of recreational facilities available including a rooftop swimming pool with stunning views of Dubai and a gym with sauna. Guests can choose from the specialty Indian restaurant Kebab Korner or Red Dragon Restaurant which serves Chinese cuisine. Club Dawaat has night entertainment.There is free shuttle service, a 24-hour front desk and gift shop at the property.
*Pay an additional 299 CAD per person based on twin sharing to upgrade to a deluxe hotel – the Donatello Hotel. The single
supplement for the Deluxe upgrade is 799 CAD. Please note the Deluxe upgrade is not available for the Feb 20 departures.
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They mention bur Dubai area, which has a ton of low budget hotels. You don't want to stay there, there is nothing to do there except shop for cheap electronics.
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I know that area very well. Hence, my reservations agst, booking a hotel without the site mentioning what is the star rating of the hotel.
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Keep in mind this doesn't apply to most public areas like malls or beaches etcThird Eye wrote: ↑ FYI:
UAE authorities ask all visitors to respect the local religion and place of prayer by following these simple requests: Visitors must
be dressed appropriately on arrival; if not, entry will be denied. Modest, conservative, loose fitting clothing; long sleeves, long
skirts and trousers. No white or transparent (see-through) clothing. Tattoos should be covered.
No shorts and T-shirts with logos/pictures for men.
No shorts and skirts must be ankle length for ladies.
No tight clothing, no swimwear and no beachwear.
Shoes will be removed before entering the mosque, so we recommend slip off shoes.
A Headscarf for ladies is essential
Intimate behavior; i.e. holding hands or kissing is not acceptable in a Muslim place of worship.
For the safety and respect of worshippers, visitors should stay within the areas of the mosque that are permitted and not roam
around. Smoking and food are not allowed in the mosque area.
All women will be asked to wear a traditional robe (abaya) and headscarf (shayla) before entering the mosque. Guests may
wear their own, however, must be closed (not open abayas) and non-transparent. The visitor centre will no longer hand out
abayas and scarfs to the guests.
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