Traveling to the Middle East, and staying in wonderful accommodations is the fate of the lucky traveler who gets to work or vacation in Dubai, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, or Cairo. If you have never engaged in Dubai Travel, or Qatar Travel before, you will want to be prepared, and learn about what you might expect when staying at a Middle Eastern hotel.
Many luxury Dubai hotels for example, offer the same features that you would expect to find anywhere they are located in the world. Amenities such as concierge service, laundry, and room service are fairly standard no matter where you visit in the Middle East. You will also welcome features such as swimming pools, whirlpools, fitness rooms, satellite television and gift shops that make your stay in Dubai hotels so much more enjoyable. Some hotels also feature sumptuous ballrooms, and others provide beach access for enjoying the sun and the glorious views from your hotel room.
Business people staying at Qatar hotels in the Middle East can expect many of the offerings found in other hotels in various regions of the world. Business centers and meeting facilities, Internet access, and work desks, even translators and secretarial services are available for your use.
The spectacular dining experiences that await you when you visit Dubai hotels, for example, will be remembered for a long time after you return home. At the hotels in the Middle East, you will find European dishes with which you might be more comfortable, as well as the option of alcoholic drinks. When dining in Egypt, and other Muslim countries, it is respectful to refrain from alcohol, although Egyptians allow a bit of leeway in this area for non-Muslim visitors.
Dining at restaurants outside of the hotel, you will discover that delicious ethnic cuisines, with well-spiced, herb-infused foods, awaiting you. Many Dubai hotels offer a plethora of fish and seafood dishes, with fresh catches daily coming in to the fish markets. You might enjoy falafel or Ful Medames on your next Egyptian visit.
When visiting Qatar, you will find many Indian and Pakistani restaurants featuring the cuisines from those countries. There is wonderful, and often inexpensive, great food to be found in the souqs, and you will likely find Middle Eastern cuisine there, including delights such as kebabs, humus, flatbreads, and delicious fruits. Because alcohol is not consumed many in the region, instead you will find tasty fruit juice drinks that set off the classic cuisine well.