Arabian Courtyard Bur Dubai, the newly-opened hotel located opposite Dubai Museum, introduced its Arabian hospitality and excellence in heritage at ATM 2005.
Overlooking the 200-year-old Dubai fort and the Ruler’s Court along the Dubai creek, the Arabian Courtyard lends the historic Dubai creek, with its influx of tourists and traders, a haven of contemporary comforts in a traditional ambience. Set amidst ancient wind towers, souqs and Abras (water-taxis), the hotel promises tourists and visitors, the real Dubai experience in the Bastakiya, the last bastion of a bygone era.
“The initial response from European tourists has been very encouraging,” said Habib Khan, general manager. “The traditional interiors of the hotel, coupled with its proximity to the Souq Al Kabir (Meena Bazaar), the heritage houses, the creek and its charming mix of nationalities, are particularly attractive to visitors from Europe.”
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