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Stayed at LRM for a business and holiday trip. Construction next to the Tower Club was very noisy but after speaking to the Duty Manager Anish, he kindly moved us to the newer section of the hotel with access the Club Lounge for superb Afternoon...More
Lovely hotel, recently renovated and huge improvements, outstanding customer service from customer services managers. All areas inside and outside high standard and well maintained. Family friendly throughout.
LRM has become a second home to my husband and I since we first visited Dubai many years ago and stayed here for a short break. We returned yesterday after yet another fabulous break and can’t wait to go back again in a few months...More
We recently went to the Brasserie 2.0 brunch in Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa with a group of friends. Having lived in Dubai for many years I have to say this hotel is still one of my favourite places to visit. The ambience...More
Have stayed here several times and as always a first class run hotel. The refurbishments are appreciated!
Staff can not do enough for you! The spacious outdoor areas, pool, gardens and beach give you a wide choice of where to lay back and relax!
Response from GHLRM, Manager at Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & SpaResponded today
Thank you for sharing your review on TripAdvisor and it is a delight to know that you continuously enjoy your visits to Le Royal Meridien.
Your kind words are greatly valued and we hope to see you again soon for an even better...More
It’s hard to believe that only a decade ago there was no marina. Opened in 2003, the man-made marina runs along a 3km stretch of shoreline. A heady mix of luxurious hotels, apartment buildings, and cafes, the marina hosts regular community events and markets, and is a wonderful place to while away an afternoon or evening. Spectacular at night when the skyscrapers glisten, here you can enjoy dinner on the beach next
to the sea, or visit a high-rise bar in a hotel for a magnificent view across the Gulf and the man-made Palm Island, with the world-famous Atlantis Hotel at its end. The Walk at Jumeirah beach Residences is a pedestrianized stretch leading to a new development: The Beach. It’s one of the few places where Gulf nationals mix with tourists and Western ex-pats. It’s a popular place to show off your supercar for an evening, so watch out for Lamborghinis, Maseratis, and Ferraris in abundance.
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I would avoid Dubai during Ramadan. It’s a nightmare. If you or your kids are caught eating or drinking in public you can be severely fined. A google search will confirm this. As for this hotel, they may say that you can... More
I would avoid Dubai during Ramadan. It’s a nightmare. If you or your kids are caught eating or drinking in public you can be severely fined. A google search will confirm this. As for this hotel, they may say that you can have a drink and then depending on the rulers whim in Dubai this can be reversed on the day. One year the ruler cancelled all New Year’s Eve celebrations due to the bombing of Gazza by Israel. People were appalled especially those who had flown in to celebrate. This can also be verified by a google search. Long story short don’t believe what they tell you as a “higher power” can reverse the policy depending on how religious they’re feeling on the day. Avoid during Ramadan...
Yes, the half Board options have changed with the dine around allowance removed and replaced with set menus. We booked before this change and have successfully negotiated an exemption and have retained the allowance on the... More
Yes, the half Board options have changed with the dine around allowance removed and replaced with set menus. We booked before this change and have successfully negotiated an exemption and have retained the allowance on the grounds of ‘not what we had booked’. Otherwise you are stuck with set menus until, and unless, management come to their senses!