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  1. #6593

    Green hotels in Barsha?

    Anyone knows Green Hotels in Barsha, specially next to mall of Emirates?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamodaaso1180  [View Original Post]
    Which hotels are Green, in the are next to Mall of Emirates.

    I know Time Topaz Apartments only, but it's not OK with me for personal reasons.

    I heard about Avari Apartments also, but I didn't try it, did any of you try it before, is it green?

  2. #6592
    Quote Originally Posted by AnonMous  [View Original Post]
    1. What is the general MO of discussing with your host regarding whether the accommodation is guest friendly or not without exposing oneself to any risk and how much do you reveal to your host about your plans, especially keeping in mind the fact that things are not as open in Dubai as in certain European or South East Asian countries?

    2. If the accomodation is confirmed green by the host subsequent to the discussions, then how much of a concern is the security at the site? There are FRs here stating that so long as one behaves with decorum, there isn't any problem. But my query is concerning whether security guys have any power to raise any issue despite the green signal from the host and, if so, what is the solution? This question has been asked by a fellow ISGer several pages back but I could not find any clear answer.

    3. How does the self check-in work and is it any better in comparison to normal check-in? What about the issues regarding one's own safety in such a setup?

    4. Also, in hotels, you always the option of voluntarily presenting the ID of your guest at the reception to ensure your safety. How does this work in case of Air'nB?

    These are some of the questions that came to my mind. Fellow hobbyists, feel free to add to the list above and also provide detailed answers so that others, who are not well conversant with the do's and don'ts of Air'nB, can learn and benefit. Thanks.
    1. Telling a stranger in the Middle East that you are mongering is a jail wish. However, most hosts know that not all their guests are there to catch some sleep. Just ask the host if friends joining you later is alright or not, book as multiple people checking in. If host disagrees, its red. If he doesn't, its 100% green.

    2. 99.9% of the time no security guard in an apartment complex will ever question anything. Regardless, picking up your guest from the lobby, or walking in with her should cause absolutely 0 problems. If by any means your WG looks like the definition of WG and the security guard is just completely bored out of his mind then and only then will he chase this. If your girl is ok dressed there should't be any questions.

    3. Self check-in is basically check in without actually having to worry about the time of checking in. Your access to the pad is usually done without meeting the host, this can be through a doorman, a lockpad, door with a combination code and that stuff. No safety issues as long as you stay at a decent place and not an Asian run hole in the wall in karama. Normal check in is usually when the host comes and hands you the key and maybe even shows you around the place and tries to be all friendly and stuff.

    4. This is a feature you don't have with Airbnb, Airbnb acts as though it gives you a personal home for a period of time. What safety measures would you take if you were calling over a WG to your own house? Same measures should apply here.

    Stay at a decent place where your host allows your friends to come over and that should be enough. Also don't try to [CodeWord140] of the security guard / neighbors.

  3. #6591

    Hotels vs Air'nB

    Having scoured this space for relevant inormation, a theme that emerges from fellow hobbyists' experiences is that hotel joiner policies can change without notice. Unbeknownst and much to the chagrin of their patrons, hotels, which were confirmed green for years together, have been reported here to have turned red. This trend, I would assume, might propel fellow enthusiasts to explore alternate options such as Air'nB. Some pertinent questions have been raised by the fellows here concerning Air'nB, which as far as I could gather from my reading, have not been answered comprehensively. So, I am compiling a list of queries pertaining to Air'nB, answers to which would benefit all. So, fellow ISGers, who are seasoned users of Air'nB, kindly provide your valuable inputs regarding the following:

    1. What is the general MO of discussing with your host regarding whether the accommodation is guest friendly or not without exposing oneself to any risk and how much do you reveal to your host about your plans, especially keeping in mind the fact that things are not as open in Dubai as in certain European or South East Asian countries?

    2. If the accomodation is confirmed green by the host subsequent to the discussions, then how much of a concern is the security at the site? There are FRs here stating that so long as one behaves with decorum, there isn't any problem. But my query is concerning whether security guys have any power to raise any issue despite the green signal from the host and, if so, what is the solution? This question has been asked by a fellow ISGer several pages back but I could not find any clear answer.

    3. How does the self check-in work and is it any better in comparison to normal check-in? What about the issues regarding one's own safety in such a setup?

    4. Also, in hotels, you always the option of voluntarily presenting the ID of your guest at the reception to ensure your safety. How does this work in case of Air'nB?

    These are some of the questions that came to my mind. Fellow hobbyists, feel free to add to the list above and also provide detailed answers so that others, who are not well conversant with the do's and don'ts of Air'nB, can learn and benefit. Thanks.

  4. #6590

    100 $ 150 $ USD Green hotel recommendations please.

    Hello?

    I studied the forum and found out that LE Meridian is the only hotel which is checked recently as green and the rest is somewhat more than 1 year old so.

    Can you please suggest any hotel between 100 $ 150 $ USD near the pick-up bars?

    If this price range is out of bound then which hotel is good?

  5. #6589

    Fourpoint Sheraton.

    Red. Had booked for two but no go.

  6. #6588

    GREEN Hotels in Bur Dubai

    Hi Guys, Any one know of any hotels that are green in bur dubai? Have found the panorama hotels and London crown ones under the 200 AED mark which is perfect for a few hours. But when looking at the booking policies on Booking.com they say that these are family hotels and couples need to show a marriage certificate.

    Would really love some help in this as I need to book the room ASAP as its for Saturday.

    Thank you guys in advance.

    Cheers.

    RGC.

  7. #6587

    Majestic

    7

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike747  [View Original Post]
    Majestic Hotel Tower, Mankool Road. Mild or super green?
    .

    Stayed last month and would say mild. Some nights only had to register and some was asked to pay DHS 100 for guest.

  8. #6586

    Near Mall of Emirates, which hotels are Green?

    Which hotels are Green, in the are next to Mall of Emirates.

    I know Time Topaz Apartments only, but it's not OK with me for personal reasons.

    I heard about Avari Apartments also, but I didn't try it, did any of you try it before, is it green?

  9. #6585

    Majestic Hotel Tower

    Majestic Hotel Tower, Mankool Road. Mild or super green?

  10. #6584
    Renting an apt in Dubai for short term is easy, you just have to go with reliable agencies. Here is one I used before bhomes. Com. Those are good reliable agency all over UAE. Prices varies with the luxury of the apt, Location and amenities.

    Quote Originally Posted by Krate  [View Original Post]
    Hi brothers,

    I am coming to Dubai next week. I was thinking of booking a nice apartment at Marina on AirBnb. It always works for me in Europe. It's more secure and private and you can entertain who you want in your apartment. Anyone can visit you at any time too. I am however not sure how will the experience be in Dubai. Can any one of you please give me some advice.

    Thank you.

  11. #6583

    Green hotel.

    Hi guys,

    As working in hotel industry, I know the catch and know how its works, most of hotels are green they will say no over the phone but in reality they will allow companion, but of course not all the hotels are green. But most of serviced residents are green even in sh. Zayed road area.

    I can provide the name to senior members only.

    Thanks.

  12. #6582

    AirBNB.

    Hi brothers,

    I am coming to Dubai next week. I was thinking of booking a nice apartment at Marina on AirBnb. It always works for me in Europe. It's more secure and private and you can entertain who you want in your apartment. Anyone can visit you at any time too. I am however not sure how will the experience be in Dubai. Can any one of you please give me some advice.

    Thank you.

  13. #6581

    TRYP by Wyndham Dubai.

    Hello,

    Could someone please help me and tell me if TRYP by Wyndham Dubai is green or red?

    Search in this thread shows no match.

    Thank you!

  14. #6580
    No Citymax is absolutely RED. Even with ID at the counter not possible. Don't waste time there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cantabarian  [View Original Post]
    Hi Sexy Abbie,

    Is the Citymax Hotel in Bur Dubai Green?

  15. #6579
    Hi Sexy Abbie,

    Is the Citymax Hotel in Bur Dubai Green?

    Quote Originally Posted by SexyAbbie  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    Greens hotels Dubai as of November 2016.

    Media Rotana Tecom, I have had male guest to my room in hotel for the past five years, even overnight stays no problem.

    And have seen WG, s coming in to visit guest, security is on very late at night, after midnight, so WGs entering this late may be stopped.

    Somewhere Hotel Tecom, I have visited a few guys at this hotel, and never been asked to show my ID.

    Marina Byblos, until 2 am.

    Crown plaza SZR.

    Motel One Media city.

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