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The Meydan Hotel

Al Meydan Road, Nad Al Sheba, P.O. Box 9305 Dubai, UAE


Check in time: 3:00 pm

Check out time: 12:00 pm

*Requests for late check out are subject to availability.




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+971 56 525 4040


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What are the typical flight durations from the United States to Dubai?

Typical flight durations from the United States to Dubai:


  • Louisville: 20-22 hours (approx.) $1,300 – $1, 500

  • New York: 12-15 hours (approx.) $900 – $1,500

  • Chicago: 13-17 hours (approx.) $850 – $1,200

  • Miami: 14-18 hours (approx.) $950 – $1,200

  • Los Angeles: 15-18 hours (approx.) $900 – $1,100

  • Orlando: 14-18 hours (approx.) $970 – $1,500

  • Houston: 14-20 hours (approx.) $750 – $1,200

  • Atlanta: 16-20 hours (approx.) $750 – $1,200

What will it cost for a beverage or meal?
  • Cappuccino – 15.85 AED ($4.32 USD)
  • Three-course meals for two at a Mid-range restaurant – 150 AED ($40.85 USD)
  • Imported 0.33 liter bottle of beer from a shop – 25.05 AED ($5.46 USD)
Can I drink the water in Dubai?

Yes, filtered water is always available and tap water is safe.

Is tipping customary in Dubai?
  • Most hotels and restaurants add service charges to their bill. Those that don’t include it, a tip is always appreciated (particularly by migrant workers).
Can I use my cellphone while there?

Yes. Coverage is excellent throughout the UAE and roaming agreements are in place with most international phone carriers.

What is internet access like in Dubai?
  • Internet access – be it at cyber cafes or through Wi-Fi – is readily available throughout the UAE. Websites deemed culturally or religiously offensive are blocked however, as are VoIP telephone systems such as Skype.
What are the toilets like in Dubai?
  • Public toilets in places frequented by Westerners are generally of the Western-style, sit-down variety. 


What is the currency exchange?
  • As of February 2024, the US Dollar (US$) to Emirati Dirham (AED) exchange rate is US$1 to AED 3.67

Are credit cards accepted there?

Yes. All the major cards are widely accepted, though you’ll usually need to pay cash in taxis.

What is ATM access like?
  • ATMs are easily found in the UAE’s urban areas. Most accept Switch, Maestro, Cirrus, Union Pay, Visa and MasterCard.
Are there dress code rules in Dubai?
  • Tourists and expats wear regular clothes.
Do they speak English in Dubai?

Most people were fluent in English and the street signs, menus, almost all the signage was in both Arabic and English

Is it safe to travel to Dubai?
  • According to the U.S. State Department, Dubai/UAE is as safe as many of the most popular tourist destinations around the world such as the Bahamas, France and the United Kingdom.
Is alcohol allowed in Dubai?
  • Tourists are allowed to drink at licensed hotels, bars and restaurants in Dubai.


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