If you’re planning a brief business trip or attending a conference in Dubai, this convenient and comfortable 4 star Top Secret Hotel is ideal for a quick stay close to the airport, so make this hotel yours and book today! Located only a 5 minute journey from Dubai International Airport, and in the heart of the historic centre, your journeys into and out of the city are made quick and straightforward, plus you’ll also get a taste of the local culture and traditions during your stay. The on-site business centre with high-spec meeting rooms provides a peaceful and suitable environment in which to work and will guarantee your trip is a success. The restaurants are always more than happy to accommodate to large groups with private dining and catering services.
If you’re also travelling with family, the property is equally as welcoming; providing entertaining children’s programmes and offering oversized-family rooms or adjoining rooms for your peace of mind. Some of the other facilities and amenities on offer include a coffee shop, lobby bar, medical service, indoor parking, dry cleaning and WiFi. After a busy day at work or exploring the local sights, there’s no better way to relax than at the private Health Club with heated outdoor swimming pool, hot tub or on the golf course with friends or colleagues.
History lovers and visitors simply interested in discovering more about the area’s past should not miss a visit to the Jumeirah Archaeological site. The site is a treasure chest of pieces from every chapter of Dubai’s history, from the Persian Sassanid rule in 3rd century AD and remnants from the era of Umayyad Dynasty and the first introduction of Islam to the Gulf in 7th century. The vast site is beautifully kept untouched as much as possible and is a definite must-see, even just to take some spectacular photographs.
On the other side of the Creek, in Deira, sits one of the three ancient watchtowers that look out over and guard the city. Burj Nahar was first started to be built in 1870 and today attracts visitors from all over the globe to observe and admire its graceful grandeur and the surrounding gardens with their splendid and tropical flora and iconic monuments.
Docked on the nearby Creek itself is a stunning example of the sailing vessels that were historically used in the Arabic Sea and Indian Ocean. This traditional Dhow Wharfage has been stationed in these waters ever since the 1830’s and continues to tell the story of the Dhow sailors and their livelihoods, trading and re-exporting goods between the surrounding countries.