We are a family of four and have just returned from a week at The Jumeriah Beach hotel.
On Arrival we had high expectations, this was quickly dashed when we were shown to our room a superior room with balcony on the 4th floor.
The room was dated, tired and heavily worn.
The balcony had hair, ash and old matches left on it and the balcony furniture and style was uninspiring. The block look meant you couldn't see over it very well when seated.
I complained and the balcony was rectified immediately. The house keeping guy throughout the stay was brilliant and made animals from towels for the children and was very attentive.
I was told however that the other half of the hotel was being renovated, a fact I wasn't made aware of by Expedia before traveling!
We were given access to the executive club and pool area to keep us happy.
The general pool area and the executive pool were exactly the same. Full to the brim with people and lilo's. It looked like a scene from a hotel in Benidorm not the 5star luxury I was expecting.
The saving grace to this holiday was the facilities.
It was wonderful to use all the different restaurants of all the hotels and to be able to travel between all by the excellent buggy facility.
The children loved unlimited access to Wild Wadi and the souk nearby was a lovely place to stroll around after dinner.
The half board is definitely worth while and I would do it again but maybe pick another Jumeriah hotel within the group.
Traveller from UK
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We stayed here between May 27th - 3rd June and the hotel was lovely. All the staff are fantastic and go to great lengths to assist and make your stay as welcoming as possible. We came here for our honeymoon and the overall holiday was fantastic but there were a few things (I would like to point out MINOR things) that could have been improved in the hotel.
The lights in the room as not sensible, you can't control all the lights from your bed or the hallway (very hard to explain on here but you will understand when you have tried them!) Specifically the lights directly above the bed.
Overall a very good hotel and would definitely stay again.
We didn't realise how many children there would be when we booked but also didn't know it was half term in the UK.
Traveller from Wales
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The Address Marina Hotel provides you with the best service possible.. They make you feel like royalty for your stay. They have clean spacious rooms. Excellent choice of restaurants within the hotel. Not forgetting the Infinity pool along with the Shades Restaurant. I have to thank the General Manager and his whole team for making our stay Perfect.
Traveller from England
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This was our second visit and we cannot fault it in anyway! It is an Amazing place to stay, the service is out of this world. The dining variety and food options are limitless. Clean and organised, child friendly what else could a person ask for?! Wild Wadi is great, didn't hear any complaints from my 4 year old daughter throughout our stay, she now wants to live in Dubai. We can't wait to visit again next year,
We enjoyed out stay fully, thank you for making it so very pleasant.
Traveller from Melbourne Australia
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The Palm Jumeirah is the smallest of the three Palm Islands on the Jumeirah coastal area in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates. The man-made island built in the shape of a palm tree consists primarily of high-end resorts, luxury apartment complexes, and exclusive shopping and dining areas.