Fortune Park Hotel – Dubai
A Praveen Shetty Enterprise
This Boutique Hotel is located in the midst of the bustling ambiance that surrounds the Dubai Investments Park (DIP).
Its proximity to the new Al Maktoum International Airport, the Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA), and the Expo 2020 site makes the property a favored option for both business and leisure-travelers.
The Hotel is designed to invoke a perfect balance of rejuvenation and calm. The contemporary interiors set an independent attitude and exclusive identity for the property; creating a personal characteristic and lively ambiance while simultaneously unifying the different spaces.
Airport Transfers (on Request)
114 Luxurious Rooms & Suites
Flat Screen IP Television
Multi- Channel Satellite TV
Wifi-Channel Satellite TV
Tea & Coffee Maker
Daily Housekeeping Services
IDD Telephone with direct dial
Mini Bar and in-room safe
Round-the-clock Room Service
Laundry and Dry-Cleaning
Car Limousine Rental
Ample Parking Space
Recreation & Fitness
In-shape has helped thousands of people look and feel netter across the UAE and the In-Shape fitness center at the newly opened Fortune Park Hotel is no exception.
With state-of-the-art gymnasium, Rooftop Swimming Pool, SPA you have more than one reason to get in shape and stay fit.
Dining & Entertainment – 8 Food & Beverage Outlets
We present a new world of dining experience, international cuisine and entertainment is just a step away. Our outlets are a hot favorite among guests and locals alike
Coffee Shop (Fortune Café)
Located at Lobby Level, Open Round-the-clock
Serving a tantalizing selection of pastries and savories besides a menu that is carefully planned and screened by a team of expert chefs are offered in our all-day-dining Coffee Shop
North Indian – Specialty restaurant (Desi Dhaba)
Located at Lobby Level, Open from 12 Noon till 3:30 pm & 7 pm till 1am
Reviving the legacy of famous North Indian “Dhaba” featuring line singers & Bhangra dancers.
Specialty restaurant serving sumptuous North Indian cuisine, the very best of kebabs & curries.
Sports Café Showing Live Sports ( Freddy’s Restrocafé)
Located at Lobby Level, Open from 12 Noon till 3 am
The Freddys’s in Dubai resonates to the vibrant beat of London. Popular for the multitude of big-screen and LED Tv’s broadcasting year-round LIVE sporting events, this Sports Lounge serves a casual fare for good times, Complete with a pool table for a little action on the floor. Foos ball table and various videos games adds up to the entertainment.
No matter where in the world you come from, you’ll feel at home here. It is the ultimate place to be to kick back and relax.
The official language of the UAE is Arabic. However, English is the most common, followed by Hindi and Farsi. In a city where UAE nationals make up approximately 17% of the population; the expatriates are in fact the majority, most of which are from the Subcontinent, the Philippines and Iran. It is therefore quite common to frequently come across people speaking Urdu, Tagalog, Hindi, Malayalam, Russian, Spanish and a host of other languages.
The monetary unit in Dubai and the rest of the UAE is the Dirham (AED or Dhs), which is divided into 100 fils. The dirham is pegged to the US dollar at $1=Dh 3.67. Most shopping malls, tourist destinations and hotels have ATM machines and also accept certain foreign currencies. Credit cards are accepted in shops, restaurants and hotels.
Dubai has a sub-tropical climate with temperatures as low as 10 degrees Celsius in winter and rising to above 40 degrees Celsius in summer. The hottest months are between June and September, when temperatures can soar to 45°C and more during the day. In addition, humidity levels are very high. The city enjoys blue skies and sunshine all year round.
Being a rather vast and spread out city, Dubai is not designed for walking. However, taxis are always readily available on the street, outside hotels, malls and most destinations. You also have the option of calling for one by dialing 04 208 0808. Dh 10 is the minimum taxi fare. Furthermore, The Dubai Metro opened its doors in September 2009, with the Red Line connecting all major points of interest from the city center along Sheikh Zayed Road to Jebel Ali. For those visitors who prefer to have their own means of transport, a car can be hired if the customer possesses a valid international driver’s license. Certain nationalities can apply for a temporary UAE driver’s permit at any police station. Driving is on the right-hand side of the road.
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