THE Arabian Courtyard Bur Dubai has opened the doors of its Orient Guest House, a stone’s throw from the hotel.
An oasis of calm in the hustle and bustle of Bur Dubai, it is located in the heart of Bastakiya Heritage Area. The 10-room restored villa provides guests a window to the past and discovers the richness of ancient Arab culture. With views of the streets from a bygone era, guests are able to relive the past as it was almost a century ago.
Says Habib Khan, general manager, “This is truly a unique property for Dubai and preserves the cultural values of times gone by. We expect Orient Guest House to be very popular with the tourists looking for a taste of real Arabia.”
All rooms are furnished in Arabic style, air conditioned and en suite with bathtub and shower as well as feature satellite television, in room safe IDD telephones for guests to stay in touch with the present, if they wish.
A round-the0clock butler service as well as access to the health and recreation facilities and the varied dining options at Arabian Courtyard Bur Dubai is also offered.
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