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All Inclusive Hotels

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All Inclusive Hotels

Hi

Could you please help me by letting me know of any hotel in Dubai that do all inclusive. We are a family of four and have heard food and drinks is expensive. I know of one the Le Meridien Mina Seyahi but cannot find any others. Any comments about this and anything else Dubai related will be greatly appreciated. We are thinking of going in Dec for my husband's 40th.

Thanks

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Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina
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1. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

The hotels don't go in for AI much - the Meridien Mina Seyahi is about it.

You will however be able to get club level at most of the hotels that gives you breakfast, afternoon tea and some drinks thrown in depending on where you stay. The Ritz Carlton has the most comprehensive club package but you will pay for it.

Food isn't expensive if you eat outside the hotels and there are loads of really good places to go which wont break the bank

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2. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

I know that the Oasis beach do half board, but its only a 4 star hotel

look at the reviews on it

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3. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

Hilton Ras Al Khaimah does All Inc...its about an hour north of Dubai airport.......also a 4 star...i went last year it was very good.

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4. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

Hi,

Thanks for your comments, has anyone been to the Le Meridien Mina Seyahi?

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5. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

The Hilton Jumeirah also advertise AI in most UK holiday brochures now.

The Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort in Furjeirah also do AI, about 60 - 90 mins from Dubai depending on traffic and on the Indian Ocean.

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6. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

Coincidentally, I was chatting to my husband this evening and he mentioned somebody he works with who has just come back from staying AI at the Hilton. They were raving about it.

They paid the same price for AI at the Hilton as they paid for Room only at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel last year.

So it looks like you have a choice between the Hilton or the Mina Seyahi. Personally I'd go for the Mina Seyahi - I think the grounds are nicer

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Hi,

I don't know how I survived holiday planning before discovering this site. After looking at all the info and raving I wish I was rich enough to stay at the Burj!! Will settle for afternoon tea I think - will save up for my 40th in 6 years for that one I think! Did your friend say how many restaurants are at the Hilton? I want to go somewhere with a bit of choice so we don't get bored eating the same food - off out now to get some brochures - thanks again for all you comments.

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8. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

Warren

All details on restaurants etc can be found here

hiltonworldresorts.com/resorts/…resort.html

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9. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

There's a great South American restaurant in the Hilton called Pachanga and also a good Italian called BiCE but you'll probably find that your AI covers you for the buffet style restaurant only and you may have to pay a supplement to eat in the others. The hotel web site will tell you

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10. Re: All Inclusive Hotels

Hi,

Great I'll have a look on the site now.

By the way I'm Michelle, Warren is my husband - I logged in with his name when I joined but its only me who comes on - I'm the organiser of holidays - investigating, booking, packing and he just turns up at the airport on the day !!!!