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Incredible India Hotels & Resorts : Dubai : Seven Sands Hotel

Location :
The new Seven Sands Hotel Apartments is conveniently located in the heart of New Dubai near the Mall of Emirates in Al Barsha. It is 30 minutes drive from the Dubai International Airport.

Experience living in a calm residential vicinity away from the bustling city. The hotel is ideal for leisure as well as business travelers. It has easy access to Mall of the Emirates, IBN Batuta Mall & Emirates Golf Club, Jebel Ali & Abu Dhabi highway. It will also be walking distance to Dubai Light Rail System, Dubai’s latest underground transport system. The Hotel apartments comprises of 6 storey building featuring 96 apartments ranging from one to two bedrooms. Salaam Namaste, the specialty Indian restaurant is located in the lobby level. The swimming pool and health club is at the roof top for complete fitness and exclusive steam/sauna room and Jacuzzi.


• Transit visa on request
• Airport meet & greet facilities
• Airport transfer
• Concierge/ Bell desk
• Business centre
• International breakfast buffet and Al carte menu
• Leisure facilities- Travel Desk at the Hotel lobby.
• ladies beauty saloon
• Fully equipped gymnasium
• Florist (on request)
• 24 hr room service
• 24 hr Internet Access with Wifi
• 24 hr Coffee shop
• Baby-sitter – on request
• Laundry service (Express laundry)
• Currency exchange
• Sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and locker and shower rooms
• Salaam Namaste – Indian Specialty Restaurant
• Valet parking
• Doctor on call
• Swimming pool
• Telephone, TV, Fax
• Safe Deposit
• Conference Centre
• Health Club
• Swimming Pool
• Water Sports, Sightseeing

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Rooms :
Executive Suites - One Bedroom Apartments
The Executive Suites - One Bedroom Apartments have all the modern conveniences of short and long term stay with a touch of Arabic design in its interiors. The living room consists of a comfortable sofa seating, a wall mounted 32' LCD television with all essential channels and a console table with DVD player. The sofa also converts to a comfortable extra bed in the living room. The bedroom is cosy with an additional LCD TV, wardrobe, electronic safe, Iron and press table, comfortable beds with a choice of double or twin beds, attached bathroom and a luggage rack. The Suite also has a separate kitchen with all the amenities for cooking including, refrigetor, washing machine, electric cooking range, exhaust, microwave oven, tea/coffee maker, crockery and cutlery for cooking. Direct telephone facility is available in each room along with wired internet broadband connection.

Deluxe Suites - Two Bedroom Apartments
The Deluxe Suites - Two Bedroom Apartments have all the conveniences of Executive Suites plus an additional bedroom with twin bed combination, an additional luggage rack and bedside reading lamps.

Dining :
Salaam Namaste is a 80 cover speciality Indian cuisine restaurant located at the lobby level of the hotel apartment serving the choicest Indian fare created by chefs from leading hotels in India. We have created a balanced mix of veg. and non-veg dishes out of the finest ingredients and a menu made from the legendary north Indian selection. The interior is an example of themed class with a view to our kitchen where one can see live all the sumptious dishes being cooked. The restaurant as the venue for morning buffet breakfast. Salaam Namaste is a venue of choice for leading tourist companies and groups visiting Dubai for a selection of our buffet lunch.

History :
Originally a small fishing settlement, Dubai was taken over in about 1830 by a branch of the Bani Yas tribe from the Liwa oasis led by the Maktoum family who still rule the emirate today. Traditional activities included herding sheep and goats, cultivating dates, fishing and pearling, but the inhabitants built up trade too. By the turn of the century, Dubai was reputed to have the largest souks on the Gulf coast, with 350 shops in the Deira district alone.

Commercial success allied to the liberal attitudes of Dubai's rulers, made the emirate attractive to traders from India and Iran, who began to settle in the growing town. But, while trade developed, Dubai remained politically a protectorate of Britain as part of the Trucial States extending along the northern coast of the Arabian peninsula.

On the British withdrawal in 1971, Dubai came together with Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Fujairah and (in 1972) Ras Al Khaimah to create the federation of the United Arab Emirates. This was shortly after the discovery of oil in 1966, which was soon to transform the emirate and its way of life. Dubai's first oil exports in 1969 were followed by a period of rapid development that laid the foundations for today's modern society. Much of the credit for this development can be traced to the vision of the late Ruler, HH Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, who ensured that Dubai's oil revenues, despite being relatively modest by the standards of the region, were deployed to maximum effect.

His work has been continued by the present Ruler, HH Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and his brother, Their Highnesses Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance and Industry. The result is that Dubai is constantly building up its infrastructure of transport facilities, schools, hospitals, tourism developments and other amenities of an advanced society.

Climate :
The UAE has a sub-tropical, arid climate. Rainfall is infrequent and irregular. Falling mainly in winter, it amounts to some 13 centimetres a year. Temperatures range from a low of about 10 degrees Celsius to a high of 48 degrees Celsius. The mean daily maximum is 24 degrees in January rising to 41 degrees in July.

Languages :
The official language is Arabic. English is widely understood and ranks alongside Arabic as the language of commerce.

Government :
The Supreme Council of the UAE, comprising the hereditary rulers of the seven emirates, is the highest federal authority. It is responsible for general policy matters involving communications, education, defence, foreign affairs and development, and for ratifying federal laws. The President, HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who is also Ruler of Abu Dhabi, and the Vice-President, HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is also Ruler of Dubai, are elected by the Supreme Council from among its members. The Federal Council of Ministers, responsible to the Supreme Council, has executive authority to initiate and implement laws. The Federal National Council is a consultative assembly of 40 representatives who are appointed for two years by the individual emirates. The council monitors and debates government policy but has no power of veto.
While Abu Dhabi is the centre of federal government activities, most ministerial departments also maintain offices in Dubai.

Economic Policy :
In matters unrelated to diplomacy and defence, each emirate enjoys considerable autonomy in managing its own affairs. In business, the government of Dubai is committed to liberal, free market policies and to the creation of a business environment conducive to commercial activity. This approach is well illustrated by the incentives available to investors in the Jebel Ali and Airport Free Zones and by the continuing high level of public sector investment in the infrastructure.

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