Emirates Towers Dubai Hotel

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Sheikh Zayed Rd - Dubai - United Arab Emirates 4-330-0000
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Best 3 Day Holiday ever!!!

from robbieboro
Quite simply the best hotel i have ever stayed in from 22nd to 24th december 03. Had a room on the 31st floor with stunning views of dubai. Food was best ive ever tasted, fruit breakfasts amazing!! Room
was perfect and the general atmosphere was fantastic. Would love to go back and will do as soon as i save the pennies!!!!

Really good business hotel

from Hingdoi
Emirates Towers is a really good business hotel. Starting from the sleekest shape you will find in a hotel, to lovely modern interiors (and mind you I am not a big fan of modern decor!), comfortable rooms, and a lovely gym and swimming pool, its an all round winner. I agree with other reviewers that the service (specially baggage) is slow. But very friendly and helpful staff on the whole. The location is ok but getting taxis in Dubai, specially on the weekends is a nightmare, and this location makes it worse. The bar on the 52nd Floor is truly amazing. I would go back again, even for a holiday.

Lovely

from lancerodman
I've stayed at the hotel twice, both times for five days. I was consumed with work most of the time, so didn't put all that many of the hotel's services to use. But overally I was quite satisfied with my stay.

I'll start with the one memorable experience. I needed a taxi to meet up with a running group, and I was a little foggy on the location. Getting a taxi ended up taking quite some time, but the hotel staff compensated by getting very precise directions of where I was to go, and then -- this is the best part -- one of the staff loaned me his cell phone when it was clear that I might need it (and I did). I can't imagine too many other hotels thinking to do this.

If you can stay in the executive suites, do so, as it gives you access to the club lounge -- or whatever it's called -- where they serve complimentary breakfast and dinner (and maybe lunch -- I was never around to find out). It's really very refined (yet not uptight), there were rarely many other people there, and the views are really wonderful. I lounged there as much as I could.

For both of my stays, my room was extremely nice and spacious, with great views, and I never had any trouble getting Internet access. And the cleaning service seemed perfect. I never had time to hang out in the lobby, but it seems to be quite a scene.

The hotel is also connected to a mall of sorts, where there are a number of shops and nice restaurants. The weather was fine when I was there, but I can imagine being attached would come in very handy during the hotter summer months.

In sum, I would absolutely stay again -- and would highly recommend it to anyone traveling to Dubai.

Great hotel, great service

from SpaceKees
We went to Dubai as stopover on our vacation. (been there before, for business)

We booked Emirates Towers Hotel directly via our PA, a normal room and for normal rate, we thought.
Asking at the check-in desk they said there was no upgrade possible, though they were not fully booked.
Getting at our room we realized they found out it was our honeymoon and they had given us the suite at the 15th floor - incredible large space, nice views, with nice design chairs and above all: an unbeatable nice and supersize bed !

For the rest, very proactive personnel and impecable service. Even for us, being used to the Dubai (beyond-european) level of service, this is the top-end of what you would like and can imagine.

Won't refer this gem to too many other travellers, otherwise it would be full next time we are going there !

Excellent business hotel

from NicZ
Great business hotel in centre of Dubai. Very good gym and pool for post work excercise, good selection of onsite restaurants. Nice top floor bar for a drink with views over the city.

The Emirates Tower Hotel in Dubai is a must to stay

from Hoerbranz
From Herta Gehres/ Austria
Especially when you get a room at the 40th Floor (Chopard) ( only for women) . A fantastic few, with nice bed linnen in the room.There they do everything possible for you as actually in all the facilities at this hotel. Everything was very clean. Staff ever so friendly. Breakfast great. I never heard a no, I always heard can we help you, they even fixed my belt, while something got broken. I stayed there for 4 nights before I went off to Oman. For sure I would come back and can recommend it at any time.

Great Hotel

from ArgyllGirl
Just come back from a week in Dubai, sadly working and not pleasure, and got to stay at the Emirates Towers. I thought the hotel was great, room was perfect, got upgraded to the Ladies Floor with lots of little gimmicky things like in turndown, got a miniature Chopard perfume instead of a chocolate...and got a different one each evening (for the first 4 nights and then they went back to the beginning) Loved Scarletts at the end of an evening to completely unwind after entertaining and the Vue bar, although small, was perfect for relaxing with clients prior to going out to dinner (and apparently has a great view). Didn't get the chance to use the pool or go to the Beach at Jumeriah, although some of my colleagues did and they loved the beach. Only slight gripe was that I have a bad fear of heights and glass elevators are a complete no no for me and if going to another floor, not mine, where the rest of the team were to have meetings, had one lift that could be used and it never came so would stand in the lift with eyes tightly shut -and also you need to get permission as all floors are only accesible by the correct key - another cute feature was the keys shaped like the hotel....slightly unique. One other small complaint is late night room service...there is none after 11pm unless you want to order an early breakfast! And after an evening of canapes, I need food!
But Dubai has so many things to offer and the hotel was in the middle of the town, so midway between Ski Dubai (recommend to do it just once to experience it), Medinat and in the other direction Deira, and City Centre and the gold souk...so ideal for someone who wants to do it all whilst they are here....apart from spend the entire time lying on a beach (which does sound good as well.)
All in all though, staff were wonderful, room was good and would definitely go back to the hotel.

Average but Jumeirah Group is still top!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed at the hotel between 30th December - 4th January 06. Starting off with the group, we are a family of six, four spoiled teens, one even more spoiled mother, and the rich, oh-so-hard-working daddy - I am the second eldest teen :-) -
OK, so THE ROYAL SUITE. Three bedrooms, 24hr Butler service, stunning views, top of the hotel - we had seen it all before. There was no X-FACTOR, and at $000s a night, we like to have our X-FACTOR.
Dubai was a last-minute decision on the way back from Christmas in the East, and we have previously stayed at many other Dubai Hotels, including the Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel, thus we weren't going to complain about not getting our favourite Villa at Al-Qasr at a couple of days notice, in Dubai's BUSIEST two weeks.
The Emirates Towers is primarily a Business-hotel. This is echoed in it's decor, it's rooms decor, and those ridiculous bullet-speed-elevators - which nearly gave us a nervous breakdown with ear pain - but, after all, business-people are always in a rush.
The hotel put on a fabulous New-Years event, absoultely faultless, but that was the highlight of a 5-night trip that cost nearly £20,000GBP.
It's Gym and Spa are acceptable for five-star-standards but NOT as Dubai-5-star-standards. Pool echoed, "blah", having seen the imaginative ones at other hotels. But the fundamental flaw for staying at this hotel is that we are a family, that regularly visit Dubai, and without fail, always like to touch the beach. We couldn't have been further from the beach.
The shopping arcade is definitely top-notch, even by Dubai standards, with an extremely impressive variety of apparel designers from new-moneyed-classless-Gucci, to more respectable McCartney and McQueen.
The service was certainly of Jumeirah standard, and Jumeirah is the best. A faultless concierge was only too happy to arrange the car and driver for post-new-years-eve-parties across the well-heeled board, as well as VIP table reservations at a couple of Dubai's best haunts. A skill much sought-after in a place where you usually need to be dripping a place at the TOP of the UK RichList to be considered, "Rich".
Alas, I would recommend the hotel to anyone on a business-related-trip - their services were praised even by impossible-to-please-businessman-daddy. I wouldn't stay there again if in Dubai for relaxing/vacationing - it's just not suitable - and Dubai is in my opinion one of the nicest places to holiday on the planet - and trust me, i have had the great pleasure to see many.

Stayed here 8 times plus, Its the Best

from A TripAdvisor Member
Must be one of the best hotels I stayed in. I stay here at least 3-4 times a year. The staff are a little slow sometimes but very attentive. Everythingis done to the best of quality. Rooms are very comfortable and impressive. pleanty of facilites and perfect location for getting around Dubai. I have stayed at the Fairmont a couple of times but no where near as good as here. Plus if you ask at Reception what 'else' comes with the hotel, your sure for a little surprise. You get the full Beach club on Jumeriah for free, 5* indulgence.

Well done Jumeriah international and Emirates Towers.

Great rooms, food and gym

from rock412
We stayed at the Emirates Towers for 3 nights right after Christmas. The hotel was busy with both business and leisure guests. The staff was very accomodating and friendly. Allowed us to store our bags and use the gym before our return flight, which was at 10pm.
The best part of the hotel are the bathrooms, great showers and facilities. The beds are a bit hard but the overall room is fantastic.
We went to the gym everyday, which is included in the hotel rate, and it's first rate, check out the steam room if you are there.
We ate the breakfast buffet 2 mornings and were pleased with the fruit selection, a bit pricey but worth it for the amount of food (85 UAE). Also ate at Scarlett's which is in the shopping area, great burgers!
If we traveled again to Dubai we would try staying at the Madinat Jumheira Hotel or the Jumheira Beach Hotel and Resort, as they are more lesisure hotels with a beach and activities.

Top Local Tips for Dubai

Spice Island!! For a fantastic meal and night out, visit Spice Island situated in the Reneccance Hotel. Pay a set amount and all your food and drink is free for the rest of the night. MANY, MANY DISHES FROM A HUGE CHOICE OF COUNTRIES COOKED IN WHATEVER STYLE YOU WANT. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!

Jumeirah Hotels Emirates towers is owned by Jumeirah Hotels. They also own the Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi and Madinat. Guests get free admission to Wild Wadi and are allowed to visit Burj Al Arab.

Excellent Service. Try and stay at one hotel. Return guests are welcomed back with open arms.

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  • Address: Sheikh Zayed Rd - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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