Jumeirah Emirates Towers Dubai £210 for 2 adults 2 children - NetFlights
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Jumeirah Emirates Towers Dubai £210 for 2 adults 2 children - NetFlights

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Found 30th Oct 2016
Was looking for a 5 star hotel for 2 adults and 2 children under 12 years of age and I think I got a good deal. It is in middle of march so a busy season.

Dates 15 Jan to 30 April 2017. Book by end of 30 Nov 2016 to get 35% off. Also cashback via quidco or topcashback. You may find cheaper deals at netflights if just 2 of you travelling and travelling before 15 Jan 2017.

Here what you get

DELUXE Room with bed and breakfast

Unlimited access to Wild Wadi Park (would have cost us £250 for all four of us if had to pay for it)

Access to Zero Gravity beach

Free shuttle to beach and wild wadi.

It is number 12 hotel in dubai at Tripadvisor

I booked two nights. I am also looking for 2 more nights in another top hotel in dubai in MARCH so if anyone got any suggestions please kindly post here. Zabeel Saray jumeirah will be nice but dont want to pay more than £235 per night so waiting for prices to come down (if they do).

37 Comments

Dates?

atlantis the palm is gorgeous and you get free water park access too

Try jumeirah creekside, can get h/b for £180 I was looking for August 2016

Original Poster

Book by end of November 2016. They have 35% off this hotel for stays from 15 Jan to 30 April 2017. There are few dates in that period when this deal would not work. Will post those dates later

Original Poster

But I am travelling in march 2017. So prices are high then. You may find other good hotels cheaper for this year. Around 200£ per night but not bed and breakfast.

Is it £210 pp including flights ?

Original Poster

No just hotel. It's 210£ PER NIGHT FOR 2 adults and 2 children.

ISHAQ202

No just hotel. It's 210£ PER NIGHT FOR 2 adults and 2 children.



So two nights for £420? This is a good deal is it?

how much average flights

This is a city hotel not near to the Palm/beach. Transfers to beach and park would be like 30mins??

Hilton Dubai jumeriah is gorgeous. The golden mile of beach. Plus the walk. Been there twice.

We stayed here in August, quite simply amazing...
Room was a suite, they have an Ivy and Alfred Dunhill restaurant below it.
Just over the road from the Dubai Mall.
Free entry to the Wadi Water Park.
But, the best thing was the staff, especially Sid the front end manager.

mighty sausage

But, the best thing was the staff, especially Sid the front end manager.



If you see Sid.. tell him

cdm22

So two nights for £420? This is a good deal is it?

extortionate for pointless country

Been there before... Vile country, I can't support slavery.

Quite a few people like it though for some reason

ACIDFORUMS

extortionate for pointless country



Not a fan then?

Banned

£210 pp for 4 nights isn't bad .
how much was your flight?

Same price via booking.com

Chrisrules334

Been there before... Vile country, I can't support slavery. Quite a few … Been there before... Vile country, I can't support slavery. Quite a few people like it though for some reason



Agreed, I worked teaching in English to some of the Indian workers who built these hotels and the conditions were awful. OFC as a white person you will be treated rather differently to them.

great hotel

fairmont the palm is a beautiful hotel

sofiasar

£210 pp for 4 nights isn't bad . how much was your flight?



Lol they paid £210 for 1 night ! Not 4!

Chrisrules334

Been there before... Vile country, I can't support slavery. Quite a few … Been there before... Vile country, I can't support slavery. Quite a few people like it though for some reason



Hope you only buy clothes made in western countries then

Banned

husain_kola

Lol they paid £210 for 1 night ! Not 4!



​he payed £210 for a family of 4 for 1 day, so presume it's £210 each for 4 days meaning £840 for a family of 4 for 4 days

husain_kola

Lol they paid £210 for 1 night ! Not 4!


Sorry it hit like by mistake. It works out at £210 per person for four nights as stated in this comment.

Having been there a number of times, I fail to see the attraction of taking the kids there on holiday. Plenty of cheaper/easier to get to places with a lot more for kids to see and do. Don't get me wrong, its an interesting place. It just bemused me seeing british families with a number of kids trapsing around the Dubai Mall. (yes i know it has a aquarium/cinema/sega world etc in it)
£210 per night for that hotel for a family room including wadi world is a bit of a bargain though, if you like that sort of thing.

Original Poster

Booking.com will charge 20% on top of advertised price because of taxes etc. Netflights price includes all the taxes.

sparklehedgehog

Hope you only buy clothes made in western countries then


I do choose my suppliers carefully! it's hard though.

thefunkygibbon

Having been there a number of times, I fail to see the attraction of … Having been there a number of times, I fail to see the attraction of taking the kids there on holiday. Plenty of cheaper/easier to get to places with a lot more for kids to see and do. Don't get me wrong, its an interesting place. It just bemused me seeing british families with a number of kids trapsing around the Dubai Mall. (yes i know it has a aquarium/cinema/sega world etc in it)£210 per night for that hotel for a family room including wadi world is a bit of a bargain though, if you like that sort of thing.




have to say i agree

Me and the Mrs live there at this price it’s a no brayner.
David

ISHAQ202

No just hotel. It's 210£ PER NIGHT FOR 2 adults and 2 children.



Wow! I paid £400 in 4* in Sharjah for 9 nights.

davver99

have to say i agree



I would agree. I found it all a £/Dirham American spectacle. Anything commercial dining is incredibly expensive. Views are spectacular but after 5 minutes of each I found more love for the place away from the city center. Amazing cheap eats, surprisingly stunning beach past Ajman in Hamriyah. Khatt hot springs as this was so far away from spending £200pp to go into a water park. Regardless wether they have a new ride that has 900ft fall through a canyon of sharks and platapus's followed by a throw over a raging lava volcano crater. £200pp?! Nowhere near worth it even if I was a hedge fund manager.

One of my bucket list places but feel it's a overpriced city in middle of a desert there's better places to visit especially with kids

there is beach almost everywhere, beautiful buildings, great safe atmosphere, fair doos it's expensive but for the innovative gadgets and gizmos they have I have to say it's pretty amazing, I have been there 18 times and am going there again in December, booked Movenpick hotel and flying on Turkish airlines(I have always gone on Emirates, Turkish is a first) for 2 adults 2 kids it was £3673 from 7 December to 28 December through Expedia.

mummy90

there is beach almost everywhere, beautiful buildings, great safe … there is beach almost everywhere, beautiful buildings, great safe atmosphere, fair doos it's expensive but for the innovative gadgets and gizmos they have I have to say it's pretty amazing, I have been there 18 times and am going there again in December, booked Movenpick hotel and flying on Turkish airlines(I have always gone on Emirates, Turkish is a first) for 2 adults 2 kids it was £3673 from 7 December to 28 December through Expedia.


Decent price for that length of time, Seen the hotel you have mentioned whats it like, is it near the beach and other places for eating/drinking.
What is they to keep a family entertained>
Whats gadgets and gizmo's got to do with anything?
Not sure of Turkish Airlines tho.
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 9th Nov 2016

Just got back a few days, absolutely loved it and the kids had a ball.
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