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  • GibFlyer 37 posts

    We’ve got a late arrival at DXB and don’t land until 23:45. Does anyone know of a Dubai hotel with late bar/restaurant available when we arrive?

    NorthernLass 8,260 posts

    Sounds like you’re on BA 107? We had planned for the same issue (room service!), but in the event we were 4 hours late departing so it was nearer breakfast time by the time we got to our hotel!

    Where are you staying? Most of the hotel restaurants seem to close by midnight, but there were plentiful delivery options.

    Just FYI – if you are on that flight, it was delayed 6 days out of 7 the week we flew.

    GibFlyer 37 posts

    Thanks for the reply NL.

    It is indeed that flight, I wasn’t aware it was late so often, May cause us issues. 🙁

    I haven’t booked anywhere for the night we land yet. We’re in a pretty expensive hotel the following day and I decided against paying £££’s for a night hotel stay when we’re likely to check in after 1am. I’ve stayed at the Premier Inn at the airport before and it was fine, but limited service after hours.

    Where was it you found that did room service 24/7?

    Mark

    SteveJ 1,004 posts

    Food delivery is your friend.

    GibFlyer 37 posts

    Even at 1am Steve?

    SamG 1,683 posts

    I’ve stayed at AVANI Deira Dubai Hotel a couple of times off of a late arrival (via Hotwire) and it does 24hr room service and is also a couple of minutes walk away from a 24hr hypermarket which is ideal for picking up some snacks and soft drinks to take to mix with your duty free for balcony sundowners!

    GibFlyer 37 posts

    I’ve stayed at AVANI Deira Dubai Hotel a couple of times off of a late arrival (via Hotwire) and it does 24hr room service and is also a couple of minutes walk away from a 24hr hypermarket which is ideal for picking up some snacks and soft drinks to take to mix with your duty free for balcony sundowners!

    Thanks Sam.

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