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This place was a snooze fest.
Promised us a bottle of vodka after brunch and they completely lied to get 10 girls inside.
Club felt seedy and it was a really poor atmosphere.
We, like all other teachers in Dubai will not be back in...More
Well where do I start .... I went there with my friends the place was empty I ask myself what is going in here , the music horrible I’m sorry but it wasn’t good tracks for nightclub , than you have this ladies dancing that...More
Thursday night in Dubai is a big thing, Xl on Thursday is very good , arrived early there around midnight, was pretty empty , people kept on coming until after 1. The vibe was nice. People were having fun, the DJ knew how to play...More
Charged 175 aed for unlimited drinks for gens. The constistance of alcohol in a drink is 2%, the rest is ice and barely soft drink. The wine for ladies is too warm. The music is messed up. Dj plays house music for a minute, then...More
XL charged me AED 100,- for the entrance of the club. When I checked my creditcard payments they took AED 150,- and now XL refuses to give me my money back. They are money thiefs! Watch out when you pay with a creditcard.
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