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  1. #6454

    Might Be Helpful

    Hey Amigos. Been traveling in the Subcontinent and am getting caught up. Had a couple nights in Dubai on my way down and stayed at Jumeirah MAS. It was first time staying there. Very nice hotel. I received an email from the "Lobby" prior to my arrival noting that "all guests checking-in and staying in the hotel rooms as well as visiting guests, who would like to access a guest's room, must present valid identification as per UAE regulations". I would call that green. Sadly, I didn't get out or bring anyone back but good to know for future. And while hanging out in the lobby I did see one girl presenting ID at the front desk with a gentlemen. He looked giddy as a schoolboy. Cheers!

  2. #6453
    AirBnb all the way.

    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMathews  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys!

    Don't know where to post this but I'll throw it here. I have a girlfriend of only 19 years old, the problem is she's originally from around this gulf area. We're a bit scared to try a hotel since they ask for emirates ID's, do you guys think the age would be a problem?

  3. #6452

    Hotels overlooking the canal

    The response maybe a bit late for your purposes, anyway here goes.

    Taj is a def no no. Marquis I am surprised as I have stayed there and had no problems, this was approx 6 months ago. The other option would be the W, however not sure if its canal overlooking, although its in the same (ish) area as the others.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mawgan  [View Original Post]
    Was thinking it would nice to stay in one of the new hotels overlooking the canal, or maybe there Taj or the Ritz. Any advice?

    Been told the JWMM is a no go. Surprises me to be honest.

  4. #6451
    Quote Originally Posted by JoeKarnavic  [View Original Post]
    If I were you I will be very careful with 19 year old girl from this area. Best option is to choose hotel which has basement car park. Go first and do the checkin. Pickup the girl later and park in basement, go straight to room. I have done it many times and not once I was asked girls ID. They rarely watch the cameras. I have used one hotel successfully many times. PM me for details.
    I used to do that in Al Ain, one of the Rotanas has that. We did it this way around 6 times, when we tried after ramadan I got a call in the room saying they need her emirates ID. Then the receptionist said he got a call from security who was watching the cameras, since then I haven't been there. I want to give Airbnb a try tho, anyone has thoughts on that?

  5. #6450
    Quote Originally Posted by Burkster  [View Original Post]
    Book the hotel in her name. And when you walk into the hotel, walk in confidently and head straight for the lifts without being too aware of staffs around you. Worst case, they will stop and ask you which room number, and she will get a call to check if you are an invited guest. Emirates ID is never a problem. It's only to save their backs when crime happens.
    Might give that a try but pretty sure she's already scared af to go to hotels.

  6. #6449
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMathews  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys!

    Don't know where to post this but I'll throw it here. I have a girlfriend of only 19 years old, the problem is she's originally from around this gulf area. We're a bit scared to try a hotel since they ask for emirates ID's, do you guys think the age would be a problem?
    If I were you I will be very careful with 19 year old girl from this area. Best option is to choose hotel which has basement car park. Go first and do the checkin. Pickup the girl later and park in basement, go straight to room. I have done it many times and not once I was asked girls ID. They rarely watch the cameras. I have used one hotel successfully many times. PM me for details.

  7. #6448
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMathews  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys!

    Don't know where to post this but I'll throw it here. I have a girlfriend of only 19 years old, the problem is she's originally from around this gulf area. We're a bit scared to try a hotel since they ask for emirates ID's, do you guys think the age would be a problem?
    Book the hotel in her name. And when you walk into the hotel, walk in confidently and head straight for the lifts without being too aware of staffs around you. Worst case, they will stop and ask you which room number, and she will get a call to check if you are an invited guest. Emirates ID is never a problem. It's only to save their backs when crime happens.

  8. #6447
    Quote Originally Posted by Rezanovic  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    Does anyone know if Hyatt Regency is GREEN too? Any idea if there are girls during the day?
    Try calling the hotel and ask and let us know or RTFF as the answers to your question are here then when you visit let us know how it went and if it is red, green or amber as we like new contributors.

  9. #6446

    Age limits

    Hey guys!

    Don't know where to post this but I'll throw it here. I have a girlfriend of only 19 years old, the problem is she's originally from around this gulf area. We're a bit scared to try a hotel since they ask for emirates ID's, do you guys think the age would be a problem?

  10. #6445

    Hyatt Regency

    Hi all,

    Does anyone know if Hyatt Regency is GREEN too? Any idea if there are girls during the day?

  11. #6444
    Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa, Bur Dubai is GREEN with ID as of Sept 6 2017.

  12. #6443
    There are several apartment rentals on short term basis which is your best bet in either Downtown, Marina or JBR. PM me if you want specific details.

    Regards.

    Ashwin.

    Quote Originally Posted by JackJack2  [View Original Post]
    Hi folks,

    I stayed at Media One hotel in the media city. Last year it was very green (except if you are waiting for an African lady! You have to go down and take her yourself to your room, personally find it embarrassing to me).

    Anyways, this year I am supposed to stay for one month. So prefer to stay in a place more like hotel apartment (Or at least with Microwave and Refrigerator).

    Any advise please?

    Thanks.

  13. #6442

    Le

    There is one at every hotel, even the beachside 5*'s and they are LE. Have had experience, not girl related but in relation to an issue I raised, and the hotel security got the guy involved. They are locals and not to mess around with!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tkn14  [View Original Post]
    Dear ISG Members.

    I keep seeing men in local dresses standing behind the reception desk on most of the famous 5 stars green hotels between 10 pm til morning! I have discussed this with my friends and WGs and they have noticed the same thing.

    Any Idea?

  14. #6441
    I'd say Airbnb is your best bet. A few years ago I put some family in an apartment in JBR which was very good, clean, big bed, decent value for money. Lots of apartments on the Palm, Marina etc I'm sure, where you wouldn't have to contend with security as a "resident".

    Quote Originally Posted by JackJack2  [View Original Post]
    Hi folks,

    I stayed at Media One hotel in the media city. Last year it was very green (except if you are waiting for an African lady! You have to go down and take her yourself to your room, personally find it embarrassing to me).

    Anyways, this year I am supposed to stay for one month. So prefer to stay in a place more like hotel apartment (Or at least with Microwave and Refrigerator).

    Any advise please?

    Thanks.

  15. #6440
    Quote Originally Posted by MoonCat1  [View Original Post]
    Stayed at Habtoor, late afternoon visitor had to register but was allowed up to the room after a call from reception to verify I was expecting someone. However my late night visitor was not allowed up. I think at this hotel, might work better to meet at the bar, or something like that, then go up together using the lower level elevators.
    Nowadays most green hotels do not allow visitors after midnight; otherwise, they will charge you 150 dhs or do not allow visitors at all.

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