Famous for its soaring atrium that’s Dubai’s favorite business spot, it offers ample facilities, including 400 rooms and eight meeting suites, 11 dining and nightlife venues -including award-winning restaurants such as The Rib Room and Al Nafoorah- a large ballroom, the Biz Hub, and outdoor venues for business and social events.
With views overlooking Dubai’s financial district and located just a 5-minute drive from Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) and 2 minutes away from Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), Jumeirah Emirates Towers is one of the few hotels in the area that offer unlimited complimentary access to Wild Wadi Waterpark™ and Jumeirah's private beach throughout your stay.
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The words ‘first, tallest, deepest, most expensive, lavish, outlandish’ could have been created for this city. Where else would you find a seven-star hotel, visit a series of 200 man-made islands in the shape of the countries of the world, or climb the world’s tallest building?
Amidst all this modernity, as you head from a swim in the sea or a business meeting to designer boutiques, a round of golf or a top teppanyaki restaurant, the age-old souks still attract those who like to haggle. Yet only a few kilometres into the magnificent desert there are still camels roaming free.
There is a vibrant and cosmopolitan air about Dubai, for instance the way the traditional abra boats carry a kaleidoscope of tourists side by side with sari-wrapped Indians and locals sporting spotless dishdashas.
Outside of Dubai life is more traditional and moves at a slightly slower pace. As you explore the barren beauty of the mountains, or go about the UAE’s East coast beaches, you will find people friendly and willing to chat, even when lacking a common language.DUBAI WEATHER
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In Dubai, you can use Uber and Careem both are always available along day and night. Uber is very much known internationally. Careem is the MENA region most infiltrating ride-hailing service; so you could find Careem in areas where Uber isn’t operating in. Both accept Credit Cards via the app as usual or Cash payment and the change gets to be added to your App Wallet.
Please download both on your smartphone before you get to Dubai.
Taxi in Dubai is always available and very safe just make sure the driver knows your destination well.
To calculate your ride fare: https://www.taxi-calculator.com/taxi-fare-dubai/359
Here are some examples of the cost of taxi rides in December 2015/ January 2016:
Airport to The Walk (Jumeirah Beach Residence): 100 AED (25 EUR)
The Walk to Atlantis (The Palm): 35 AED (9 EUR)
The Walk to The Mall of The Emirates: 30 AED (7,5 EUR)
Metro is a very good experience that you need to try anyway and it is covering most of Dubai. The Dubai Metro is a rapid transit rail network in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Red Line and Green Line are operational, these lines run underground in the city center and on elevated viaducts elsewhere (elevated railway).
Ticket prices for Dubai Metro for adults range from AED 2.00 to AED 6.50 depending on the distance. Discounted tickets are available for registered students and senior citizens monthly pass holders. Advance ticketing discounts can also be availed.
The conference nearest Metro station is called "Emirates Towers" and this is its location https://maps.google.com/?cid=12180156074537055055
And this is the location of the Jumeirah Emirates Towers that hosts the conference https://maps.google.com/?cid=18332292058423232566
You can find a metro station inside the airport terminals that can take you almost everywhere
The Dubai Tram is a tramway located in Al Sufouh, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It runs for 14.5 kilometers along Al Sufouh Road from Dubai Marina to the Palm Jumeirah and Al Sufouh.
The Dubai Tram has a fixed fare of AED 3 (approx. $0.82 USD) per ride, regardless of the distance traveled. Passengers must obtain a Nol Card to ride the tram; you can purchase one at any of the tram or Metro stations. A Nol Card is used by passengers to check-in and out of the tram by scanning the card at the platform screen doors. Typically residents of Dubai have blue, silver or gold Nol Cards, while travelers and visitors opt for red or silver. For passengers using a Red Nol Card, the cost is a bit higher – AED 4 per ride (approx. $1.10 USD).
Children under 5 travel for free, while those over 5 will need a Nol card. Students can enjoy a 50% discount if they apply for a blue Nol Card.
For more details about Dubai Tram: https://www.dubai-marina.com/dubai-tram/