How To Get There
Centrally-located Imperial Suites Hotel is within walking distance of Dubai's main business and shopping district and transport systems. Suites are luxuriously decorated and reflect Dubai's affluence. Standard amenities such as plush beds, ensuite bathroom, multi-channel TV, work desk and in-room Wi-Fi. Beds are placed on a unique split level above the living room, creating more space and a separate rest area for undisturbed sleep.
Hungry patrons are spoilt for choice with Imperial Suites Hotel's five pubs and restaurants. For a taste of home, the Noble House Chinese Restaurant serves up traditional Chinese cuisine such as Imperial Style Lobster and Superior Shark's Fin Soup. Otherwise try Haveli, an Indian restaurant, or Hunter's an English Pub serving authentic pub grub. Head to watering holes Krossroads or Stayin' Alive on slow nights and groove to the beats of in house DJs.
Opulent Dubai offers tourists a taste of the life of the rich even if just for a short while.Learn about the emirate's history first by seeing Old Dubai. Bastakiya District makes a good first stop to see many reconstructed buildings in the traditional style. You'll find art galleries and cafes to explore right next to camel-riding sheiks.
Then make your way to Dubai Museum to learn about Dubai's quick climb as one of the world's richest places. Find traditional reed houses and other artifacts displaying the old way of life, before moving on to the modern extension that showcases Dubai's transition from reconstructed souq to expansive metropolis.
Over at Modern Dubai, a visit to Burj Khalifa is a must - the world's tallest structure. Take a short ride to the top of the observation deck to view the amazing skyline. There's also the Dubai Fountain, the world's largest dancing fountain. Shows start every evening and are a free spectacular to watch as lights and water are projected to heights of up to 150m.
Those looking for adventure can do so easily. Dubai offers a myriad of activities imaginable. Desert safaris are popular and gives tourists a chance to ride all-terrain vehicles in dune bashing. Or place a bet on camels at the Camel Race Track. Visit the paddocks to meet these nonchalant humpbacked creatures before the races or buy beads and other souvenirs from the vendors around.
Shopping is almost synonymous with Dubai. For brand name goods, in vogue fashion and the latest in technology, head to the Dubai Mall, which has over 1200 luxury goods shops. Or head to a souk, such as Gold Souk or Spice Souk. Buy some gold yourself or just walk through the narrow streets cramped with astonishingly bright and shiny displays. At the Spice Souk, the heady smell of giant bags of treasured spices will hit you first. Buy saffron, cardamom, cumin and more at cheap wholesale prices.
Meals in Dubai range in a spectrum of flavours from the East and the West. You'll easily find pan-seared foie gras as well as gourmet burgers, peking duck and more in the city's countless restaurants. For a taste of local, feast on roasted meats. Lamb, chicken and seafood feature regularly in barbecues and grills and are served in kebabs, shawarmas or just simply rice. Pair spicy and rich Lebanese food with lassis, yoghurt dips and figure-friendly chickpea hummus.
Overall is a good hotel,staff is friendly & courteous, room size & bed comfort are great,location is excellent very near to fahidi metro stn. free parking was really a plus point, will recommend it strongly"
- Christopher, Booking.com review
Good space of room, everyday hotel amenities are there, clean and healthy environment. Staffs were good and friendly."
- Mohammed, Booking.com review