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Which hotel to choose?

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Which hotel to choose?

Which of these hotels is the better choice in terms of location? Which is the better choice overall?

Nehal by Bin Majid, Hamdan Street.

Al Diar Regency Hotel, Mina Road.

Will be visiting the Mosque, Ferrari world and the Corniche. Which hotel is better for sightseeing?

Thanks.

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1. Re: Which hotel to choose?

Forgot to mention, both hotels are aroudn the same price.

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2. Re: Which hotel to choose?

It all depends what else you are planning to do when you stay here. Both hotels are in walking distance.

Nehal Hotel is a newly renovated 3 star hotel (old name is Abu Dhabi International Hotel). Right on the junction of Salam Street and Hamdan Street (two heavy traffic roads) facing the main road. Stayed before renovation. I haven't visited after the renovation.

Al Diar Regency hotel is a 3 star hotel on Salam street and Mina Road junction, but bit inside, not facing the main road. I have stayed in Regency hotel. It is a decent hotel. Currently construction working is going on beside/behind this building.

Nehal: is easy to get taxis right on your doorstep. Regency: you need to walk little bit.

Edited: 1:43 am, October 13, 2013
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