Millennium Place Barsha Heights Hotel

 First Al Khail St - Barsha Heights - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Emirates
Dubai:   02-Aug-2022   -   12-Aug-2022
9 Nights , Bed and Breakfast
Room Type : Double bed
NIL Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee
  Return Airport Transfers

Total Price ₦890,000.00

Deposit Price ₦300,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
Millennium Place Barsha Heights Hotel
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Hotel Address :-
First Al Khail St - Barsha Heights - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Room Type :-
standard room
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Bed and Breakfast
Description :-
Millennium Place Barsha Heights Hotel is located in Dubai, 2.5 kilometres from Mina Seyahi Beach, and features a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool, and a fitness centre. This facility has a kids' club and a concierge service, as well as free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel provides guests with a 24-hour front desk, room service, and currency exchange. The hotel will offer air-conditioned rooms with a desk, a kettle, a minibar, a safety deposit box, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom with a shower to guests. All rooms at Millennium Place Barsha include bed linen and towels. Guests at the hotel can enjoy a breakfast buffet. A sun deck is available at Millennium Place Barsha Heights Hotel. Cycling is popular in the neighbourhood, and car rental is provided at the hotel. Sufouh Beach is 2.7 kilometres from Millennium Place Barsha, while Barasti Beach is 3 kilometres distant. The nearest airport is Dubai International Airport, which is 29 kilometres away.
Millennium Place Barsha Heights Hotel Facilities:-
Aircond , Bar , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Continental breakf , Dryclean , Elevator , Fitness , Freewifi , Garden , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Newspaper , Nonsmoking , Outpool , Parking , Playground , Restaurant , Roomserv , Table tennis
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Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
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Departure Airport:-
Murtala Mohammed International Airport (LOS )
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Return Airport Transfers

Discover the greatest views of the Dubai Sea without hiring a full private yacht. On a yacht, sail by all of the major sights along the coast. Join the other visitors for a voice-over guided tour. For the morning trip, enjoy a refreshing tropical flavoured juice, soft drinks, water, and a choice of breakfast or live BBQ for the afternoon and sunset tours. Feel free to explore the Yacht and relax wherever you choose.

Spend the evening with the travutrybe and enjoy the desert safari which Includes: Dune Bashing, BBQ dinner, Belly Dancing, Sand Ski, Shisha, etc.

Laguna Waterpark, located just next to the beautiful seas of Jumeirah Beach, makes a day at the beach even more pleasurable with state-of-the-art waterpark facilities and a plethora of exciting activities to choose from! Relax as you float along the Lazy River, which winds around a beautiful oasis, or stretch out and float over the amazing infinity pool with temperature-controlled waters. Join the youngsters in the Splash Pad, which features a variety of interactive water components, or bounce around in the Aqua Play and climb the aquatic structures. Brace yourself and jump into the surf at WaveOz 180, Laguna's headline attraction, or slide down the Constrictor and the Manta, just two of the state-of-the-art slides.

The temperature in December is 26°C on an average and it cools down to 16°C at night. 

Tourist can wear lightweight clothing, jean, cardigan because it would be cold at some point, you should try to not wear any clothing that is tight or too revealing, Bum shorts, hot pants or miniskirts in Dubai.

An Emirati meal begins with a variety of fresh salads and juices followed by a main dish. Mandi, a traditional rice dish seasoned with a mix of spices, dried nuts, and fruits, covered with roasted fish, chicken or meat, is a delicacy.

You can always get Nigerian food at an African restaurant in Dubai.

Arabic is the official language for both written and verbal communication in Dubai. Government offices and affairs are conducted in Arabic, and rules and laws are published in Arabic.

Arabic is mainly spoken by the natives of the UAE, called Emiratis. You can get by with just speaking English in Dubai, but if you are ready to learn Arabic you will probably be more welcomed by the Emiratis.

  • Based on the requirements to enter Nigeria, you will be required to do another Covid19 48 hours before departure.  

  • Based on the new entry requirement to Nigeria, every traveller must pay for another covid-19 test online when uploading their negative certificate. A repeat test will be done in Nigeria 7 days after arrival as you are expected to self-isolate yourself in Nigeria when you arrive.

  • You are expected to come with your face masks and hand sanitizers, you can use the disposable ones or the reusable ones, please come with as many face masks as possible

Dubai is one of the shopping capitals of the world with its multitude of gleaming supermalls selling designer labels by the dozen, fast cars, gold bars and any other luxury item you could imagine. Yet, for the average shopper, of whose league these purchases are well and truly out, there is still a plethora of products that can and should be bought during your trip.

Although we might not all be able to buy a gold bullion straight from a vending machine, jewellery made from gold is cheaper and purer in Dubai than in many other countries around the world so if you are partial to a bit of golden adornment, here is the place to buy it. Dates are also a great souvenir to take home as they will survive the flight and still taste great upon landing - Middle Eastern dates are also known for their taste.

The official currency in Dubai is the UAE Dirham (AED). Check OANDA for the latest exchange rates.

Money can be changed throughout the entire region at banks, airports and most hotels. Most malls will also have a currency exchange office, which will usually offer better rates than hotels and airports so it is best to do as many of your exchanges as possible here. Travellers can carry a maximum of AED 100,000 into the country without declaring it. It is useful to have case for things like taxis but generally most places will accept all major credit cards.

Traveller’s cheques are not recommended as they can be hard to exchange and usually incur heavy fees.

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