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  1. #7111

    Access to Guide while in UAE

    What I did last time I was in UAE was use my phone as the Hotspot for my laptop and there was no restrictions.

    That's my phone that I use day to day in Australia set to international roaming.

  2. #7110

    Somewhere Apartment

    Hola,

    Anyone knows whether Somewhere ApartHotel is Green or not. The hotel is opposite DCC.

    My company has booked it for me for a training programme so want help whether night action could be sought out (Outcall) at this facility.

    Warm Regards.

  3. #7109
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokoss1  [View Original Post]
    Hi so waht hotel are you talking about here please?
    Pullman Deira City Centre Residences.

  4. #7108
    Quote Originally Posted by GulfTiger  [View Original Post]
    This site isn't accessible in dxb, anyone know any ways around that. (I'm no tech person).
    Get yourself a decent VPN. I use expressVPN, but there are plenty of options out there in use by other members.

    Just search the forum for VPN.

  5. #7107

    Hotel beside Burj rotano

    Hi so waht hotel are you talking about here please?

    Quote Originally Posted by BloodRed  [View Original Post]
    I stayed in a 1 bedroom apartment. Comparing the same to Burjuman, room and sitting area is a bit smaller but the place itself is newer compared to Burjuman Arjaan and a bit more costly also. Bathroom is also smaller.

  6. #7106

    Hotels

    I have been telephoning around a lot of different hotels asking whether they're green or not and to my surprise many of them have said visitor's are allowed as long as they have ID. I have booked a hotel (I won't say which one yet), but it's a large one near al rigga Road, which has previously always been red. I'm due towards the end of the month for some action I will post updates when I can. This site isn't accessible in dxb, anyone know any ways around that. (I'm no tech person).

  7. #7105
    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy1984  [View Original Post]
    If you openly and blatantly expose the hotel names like this, it won't be green for long.

    Please use PM.
    Bro chill-out. There are more than 700 hotels in Dubai. I am sure 100% CID and other authority know what is going on in every single hotel.

  8. #7104
    Quote Originally Posted by GulfTiger  [View Original Post]
    I have previously stayed at Burjuman, but fancy somewhere different. I am due for 7 nights and will have approximately 7 'guests' so I will be booking this place. Are the rooms better than BurJuman's? Are they bigger? What about the bathroom? Thanks in advance.
    I stayed in a 1 bedroom apartment. Comparing the same to Burjuman, room and sitting area is a bit smaller but the place itself is newer compared to Burjuman Arjaan and a bit more costly also. Bathroom is also smaller.

  9. #7103

    Fantastic!

    I have previously stayed at Burjuman, but fancy somewhere different. I am due for 7 nights and will have approximately 7 'guests' so I will be booking this place. Are the rooms better than BurJuman's? Are they bigger? What about the bathroom? Thanks in advance.

    Quote Originally Posted by BloodRed  [View Original Post]
    Some more detail:

    I stayed there for 6 nights. It's super green, even more so than Burjuman Arjaan. The best thing is that visitor can come directly to your room, you just get a phone call asking if you're expecting a 'guest'. 4 ladies visited me and all came up directly to my room, very convenient and avoids the walk of shame bullshit. Rooms are apartment style and costly, but it's worth it, given the prime location and the hotel is connected to the city centre mall. Highly recommended and I'll be staying here again assuming it stays green.

  10. #7102
    Quote Originally Posted by BloodRed  [View Original Post]
    Green with ID. I'm staying there as I type this. It's pretty much the same as Burjuman Arjaan and same price / rooms, just a bit new. Location is good.
    Some more detail:

    I stayed there for 6 nights. It's super green, even more so than Burjuman Arjaan. The best thing is that visitor can come directly to your room, you just get a phone call asking if you're expecting a 'guest'. 4 ladies visited me and all came up directly to my room, very convenient and avoids the walk of shame bullshit. Rooms are apartment style and costly, but it's worth it, given the prime location and the hotel is connected to the city centre mall. Highly recommended and I'll be staying here again assuming it stays green.

  11. #7101

    Pullman City Centre Residences (not hotel)

    Green with ID. I'm staying there as I type this. It's pretty much the same as Burjuman Arjaan and same price / rooms, just a bit new. Location is good.

  12. #7100
    Quote Originally Posted by FieldDay  [View Original Post]
    I stayed there for a long time when I first moved here (before the fire in 2015) and never had any issues bringing visitors, including from Cabana downstairs or Neos, the bar at the top. I confess I haven't been there since it reopened but I very much doubt anything has changed (although not sure what the bar set up is these days). It's a lovely hotel. At the higher end. And they certainly didn't use to bother guests with registration requests, questions or similar. All the same, and for increased discretion, I used to use the smaller residence entrance on the right-hand side of the facade rather than enter through the main lobby on the left. It's quieter and makes for a quicker dash to the lifts to the rooms. There are also steps up to that door from the mall roundabout below (so you avoid the main hotel concourse) or there is the bridge from the mall. All better options than rolling into the main hotel concourse and doing a walk of shame through the busy lobby. I'the be interested to know if anyone has any more recent intel. Including what the scene is at neos these days.

    Field.
    I had stayed in the apartment and you can access them directly from the car park. Which is very discreet. You can also walk from the Mall through the car park (rather than take the side stairs) which is the best / discreet option. Have fun and be safe.

  13. #7099
    If you openly and blatantly expose the hotel names like this, it won't be green for long.

    Please use PM.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tkn14  [View Original Post]
    -Crown Plaza Dubai festival City.

    -Arabian Courtyard and spa.

    Both GREEN with ID as of Oct 16&17 2019.

  14. #7098

    Green Hotels

    -Crown Plaza Dubai festival City.

    -Arabian Courtyard and spa.

    Both GREEN with ID as of Oct 16&17 2019.

  15. #7097

    Hotel Information Based on Personal Experience

    Hey guys,

    These are the hotels I have personally stayed in and got girls inside:

    1. JW Marriott. I brought a girl here twice without any registration or charges but that was a few years back and someone told me its not the same anymore.

    2. Grand Hyatt Corniche Deira: Good location due to in-house Premier Club. They let you take girls in but make you sign an undertaking and charge something like 260 Dirhams for it.

    3. Hilton Dubai Creek Deira: They let you in girls without any questions or charges.

    4. LE Meridien Near Airport: One of the most convenient hotels due to proximity to airport and the Jules Bar. There is a direct route between the club and hotel that bypasses the reception. Most of the working girls know that way and there are no problems or costs.

    5. Fairmont: They have a very strange policy. They will make a huge stink if you bring a girl from outside as they say you can only register a guest only at the time of check-in. However, they turn a complete blind eye if you take girls from the in-house club Cin Cin. I would suggest if you take a girl from the outside, ask her to go to Cin Cin and then take her up to your room. So strange and silly.

    Enjoy.

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