Dubai Hilton The Walk (JBR/Marina) - £69 p/night & 10% quidco!
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Dubai Hilton The Walk (JBR/Marina) - £69 p/night & 10% quidco!

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Found 1st Jan 2015
Taking advantage of the Hilton winter sale, I've managed to bag myself the Hilton on JBR for only £69 per night!! With taxes this does go to around the £75 per night BUT at the moment there is 10% quidco which tracked almost instantly!!

The dates I have used are 11 of August to the 21st of August and selected the King Studio room at the winter sale price!

I do think you have to sign up to HH honours too but this is free.

I've £1 = 5.5 AED as illustrative conversion.

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This could get hot.....hopefully not as hot as the Address Hotel thoughoO

it will be boiling in august in dubai ..beware!

Stayed at this hotel a few times including in August. It is awesome. You will love it. Have an amazing time.

fab deal. this place is amazing

£150 per night on the dates in February that I want sadly

Banned

Any cheap flights ? Please

link please?

Anyone know what the fire safety of the hotel is like. Seems a bit lax in Dubai.

I can see this one going up in smoke

Be aware there is a lot of building work going on around this hotel at the moment. Many people have complained about the dust and noise which is probably why they are struggling for bookings and selling at a reduced rate.

I actually have a booking myself for January 24th for 5 days, if anyone is interested I will let you know what the current situation is
Edited by: "4spoons" 1st Jan 2015

Hot but other 5* hotels are also pretty cheap in the summer since it's scorching hot, I personally wouldn't go in the summer but Dubai is lovely in the winter when temps are around 30 degrees.

marty-401

This could get hot.....hopefully not as hot as the Address Hotel thoughoO


POOR TASTE FOR THOSE FEW WHO WERE INJURED

Stunning hotel. Stayed there a couple of times!

hiezra

POOR TASTE FOR THOSE FEW WHO WERE INJURED



​It's ok. No Britons involved

Very nice hotel but wouldn't want to stay between April - September as temperatures are almost as ridiculous as the beach bar prices (£10 for a bottle of Kopparberg when I was there in December 2014). If you want a drink go further up the coast to Barasti where drinks are a "more reasonable" £6 a bottle.

People making jokes about the fire in Dubai. At least it didn't fall over..

£12 mojito...£8 beer, probably spend more in total

It is good hotel and this price is very cheap.

Gollywood

​It's ok. No Britons involved


Actually there were.

H.Maleki

£12 mojito...£8 beer, probably spend more in total



If the main purpose of your holiday is drinking alcohol then maybe UAE isn't the best destination for you. The price of booze isn't that important for most people........

Edited by: "4spoons" 2nd Jan 2015

H.Maleki

£12 mojito...£8 beer, probably spend more in total

try drinking outside the hotel, sound like one of those that spend their whole time in the hotel!

DealJourno

Anyone know what the fire safety of the hotel is like. Seems a bit lax in … Anyone know what the fire safety of the hotel is like. Seems a bit lax in Dubai.

based on one hotel?

We had a couple nights at the Hilton by the Creek, on our honeymoon. The Hilton staff made us very welcome, brought a cake up as soon as we arrived, I think the restaurant was about to close but they still let us in and we had an amazing meal, one of the best meals we've ever had. I would definitely recommend Hilton if they are all like this one was. The staff were so friendly and helpful.
The temperature was nice and warm in August was hot even in the evenings. It's that hot even the bus stops have air conditioning.

And are there any natural attractions in dubia / anywhere there lol


youd have to force me to go sit in an aircon room in the middle dessert with shopping as the only "relief" , even for free

Gollywood

​It's ok. No Britons involved


But ok for anyone else as long as they weren't British. Your parents must be so ashamed of you

Gollywood

​It's ok. No Britons involved



​Says who??? i had friends staying at the hotel, from BRITAIN.

Will be scorching in Dubai in August hence the price

Very good! Rated hot. Was looking for a hotel for my trip in August. Perfect timing. Booked.

logohigh

And are there any natural attractions in dubia / anywhere there lolyoud … And are there any natural attractions in dubia / anywhere there lolyoud have to force me to go sit in an aircon room in the middle dessert with shopping as the only "relief" , even for free



Spend almost a year in KSA, then go to Dubai and it's such a wonderful contrast! I hate shopping but do appreciate good air-conditioning..

I was very impressed with the place in general but prices do tend to be somewhat inflated, just like the rest of the region.

I can't say I'd choose Dubai as a "holiday destination" but certainly an interesting place to visit or work
Edited by: "gtd65" 2nd Jan 2015

4spoons

If the main purpose of your holiday is drinking alcohol then maybe UAE … If the main purpose of your holiday is drinking alcohol then maybe UAE isn't the best destination for you. The price of booze isn't that important for most people........



not just booz, but if you want to pay £5 for a 500ml water and £25 for a seafood pizza, go for it!

Dubai is just a big rip off. From what I've read it's in its own mad bubble were people think it's ok to be ripped off. If you were in UK you would laugh at the prices they charge.

Wouldn't mind visiting tho just avoiding the booze
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