The area is typical Asian, being residental and business. Stayed here for 3 nights, 2nd floor room 205
The entrance and halls are all marble and very clean and tidy, pleasent staff, helpful and polite.
The room (very small room) had tv with English channels, fridge and bathroom with shower.
As another review stated, the windows could be updated, mine was infact not possible to close so the noise on the outside would have been bad had I not been wearing earplugs so i cant really complain. The noise of the mosque is very evident but neccassary for the country and is harmless for the few minutes that the sound lasts for. The area can be a little strange if you were expecting a tourist area. ALL the people in this area are Asian. They go about their daily business and ignore you unless you ask for something. The internet cafe is across the road, 2dh for 1 hour, not bad huh. the shops are all Asian, the usual crap you would find in a market. The planes do go over but again the earplugs do the trick at night. getting a taxi from the corner is a little tricky expecially in the morning and late afternoon, dont leave getting to the airport to chance, you will miss your flight. Overall I liked this hotel alot for the money I paid, I loved the area as it was so different to anything I have seen and I would go back there again on a budget. I was with my 13yr old and she said it was OK and enjoyed all the shops and the mixed culture.
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