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Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

This modern hotel features a pink fa�ade with domes and high-rise towers, and is located next to Ski Dubai, the Arts Centre and the bustling Mall of the Emirates in the fast-growing city of Dubai. Kempinski Mall Of The Emirates� overflowing outdoor pool is complete with a waterfall and sundeck; other amenities include a massage treatment room, fitness equipment and a floodlit tennis court. The 393 guestrooms feature neutral tones, smart, contemporary furnishings and marble bathrooms; all offer satellite television with pay movies, wireless Internet access, bathrobes and minibars.

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Location

Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai United Arab Emirates, (- 20 minutes from Dubai International Airport - 5 mins from Internet City, Media City and Freezone)

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  • Things to do
Discover�..Dubai

Dubai is the UAE�s cosmopolitan hub of tourism, business & sporting events, offering an exceptional blend of a modern evolving city & timeless desert. Dubai is the most populated city in the UAE, located along the coast of the Arabian Gulf.

*Hatta
One hour�s drive from Dubai City is the ancient fortress village of Hatta. Both the village, which is more than 200-years-old, and Juna Mosque, which stands amid palm groves, draw visitors all year round. However, the drive is as fascinating as the destination itself, taking the visitor through burnished sand dunes & mountains varied in colour.

*Souks
Deira is home to a number of souks (traditional Arab markets) including the Covered Souk, the Gold Souk & the Spice Souk.
Gold Souk: Hundreds of shops lined with row upon row of gold jewellery
Spice Souk: Heady Arabic seasonings are sold out of open sacks.
Covered Souk: Everything from household goods to toys.

*Jumeira Mosque
The beautiful Jumeira Mosque is a spectacular example of modern Islamic architecture & is one of the most photographed sights of Dubai. The Mosque is open 24 hours a day, but non-Muslims can only enter on organised tours.

*The Bastakiya Quarter
The Bastakiya Quarter in Bur Dubai is one of the most picturesque heritage sites. It was built in the late 19th century by Persian merchants attracted to the city by its relaxed trade tariffs. The area has been declared a conversation area, & while some buildings are private homes, many are open to the public.

*Desert Safaris
No visit of Dubai would be complete without a trip into the desert. Such excursions are best organized as part of a group tour. The majesty & tranquillity of the desert can be experienced in a choice of exciting half-day, full day & overnight safaris. Those with a taste for speed can try sand skiing down the desert dunes.

*Camel Racing
A trip to the camel races, which take place on Thursday & Fridays from October to April, can be one of the most memorable highlights of any visit to Dubai. Located on the fringe of the city, the races at the Al Wathba Camel Track are vigorous & exciting