St George Hotel Dubai
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Strategically located by the famous Dubai creek, offering magnificent views of old and new Dubai, St George Hotel brings you the true essence of the traditional city.
Surrounded by Heritage Village, the ancient Spice Souk and the Gold Souk, the hotel is ideal for holidaymakers. Conveniently situated within easy distance of the bustling Dubai business district, our hotel is also ideal for business travellers.
St George Hotel prides itself in 15 years of international hospitality. They strive to make every guest of St George Hotel feel special and at home. Friendliness and the highest standards of personalised services are the pillars of our philosophy. Stylish yet homely, the hotel is designed with comfort and need in mind.
Please note that in addition to tourism tax which is payable locally, this hotel also charges an authority fee and service charge based on room cost. These fees are not part of your booking price and must be paid directly to the hotel.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: DUBAI INTERNATIONAL
- Distance: 10 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Airport Name: Dubai International Distance: 10 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 99 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Thank you St George Hotel
Stay Date: 05/2017, m_ramesh_apurva wrote this review.
St George Hotel was planned for our stay as a part of my 5 day Dubai Family Holiday Package (planned by MakeMyTrip). The trip dates were from the 27th of May (check-in) to the 1st of June (check-out). Prior to my visit, the reviews i had read on t… See more
St George Hotel was planned for our stay as a part of my 5 day Dubai Family Holiday Package (planned by MakeMyTrip). The trip dates were from the 27th of May (check-in) to the 1st of June (check-out). Prior to my visit, the reviews i had read on the net (including tripadvisor) were mixed and i was not sure how my experience would be during our family stay, especially with a 10 year old kid. As soon as i had entered the hotel lobby, i was pleasantly greeted by my name at the reception by a person named John (i believe its his name and i guess he was a Filipino). He was very professional and did the check-in with a few minutes. There were no hassles at all. I was given the wi-fi password and could connect even before i left the lobby. The best part is that he allotted us the Creek side view of the hotel even before i had requested him. I have heard of other reviews where people had troubles at the reception, However in my case, it was an absolutely good start at the reception for my Stay. (For the rest of my 5 day stay, All other folks at reception were extremely helpful, even if it means making a call on my behalf to a local eatery or a take-away). We had a complementary (free) breakfast with our stay and the persons there were a lady (somewhere from Africa) and an Indian (from Delhi, wish i knew his name). Both of them made us feel at absolutely feel at home. The guy from Delhi, knowing that we were vegetarians, made it a point that we had our share of Vegetarian dishes, EVERYDAY of our Stay. Food is usually a big factor in deciding how your stay goes. Although the items were repetitive, i have nothing to complain since the breakfast was sufficient for us to keep us moving for the rest of the busy days we had ahead of us. A big thank you to both the folks in the dining section. (Ramadan just started and the staff serving us food were extremely respectful of the fasting tradition and had requested us to dine in the privacy of their dining room away from public view). The room service was very good. (we needed very little of it, besides the daily cleaning), which again a lady (from Africa) did a wonderful job. Again, thanks to her. All this experience with these nice people made our stay a very pleasant one. I ask the management of this hotel to please pass on a word of thanks to all the staff who made our short stay a memorable one. I do not want to deny that others may have had a different experience than us, but May be we were lucky to get this staff who took care of us well. As i mentioned earlier, Ramadan just started a day before our visit (i definitely did not take this into account when i had planned for these dates, but i believe it turned out to be a boon to us since the volume of visitors were low and we were probably taken care of well..) I would definitely recommend this hotel and will also plan to stay there on my next visit to Dubai, whenever that happens. (I had stayed at various hotels in Dubai on my previous visits, but this first visit with my Family definitely is a memorable one) Collapse
Lovely view of the Creek
Stay Date: 05/2017, Jyoti G wrote this review.
We stayed for 5 day during our visit in May 2017. The hotel is nicely located next to Metro. There is free wifi available but restricted by 2 devices at a time. Rooms are nice and clean. We were pleasantly upgraded to larger room facing the creek. We… See more
We stayed for 5 day during our visit in May 2017. The hotel is nicely located next to Metro. There is free wifi available but restricted by 2 devices at a time. Rooms are nice and clean. We were pleasantly upgraded to larger room facing the creek. We enjoyed our state. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, Zishan J wrote this review.
I went to St. George hotel on 23rd April with my wife, at around 12 Noon, I showed my booking paper to receptionist he asked for our passports and as soon I gave him passports, I guess he didn’t like our passports and he start talking to someone over… See more
I went to St. George hotel on 23rd April with my wife, at around 12 Noon, I showed my booking paper to receptionist he asked for our passports and as soon I gave him passports, I guess he didn’t like our passports and he start talking to someone over phone, I tried to get his attention after few minutes, he simply ignored, now at this situation while he was having our passports in hand I couldn’t leave the counter, after approx 10 minutes or so when he left the phone, he told me to sit and wait as the check-in time is 14:00, he was correct but sometimes hotel management offers early check-in, as a courtesy specially if it is after 12:00 noon. I was bit disappointed and told him that he could say this to me earlier, why did he hold me on counter for so long. No Use. Then we went out and came back at 14:00 he told us to sit and wait till room gets ready, we agreed then I asked him if he can give us wifi password so we can send some messages to back home while sitting and waiting for room, he said he cannot give us wifi unless we check-in the room, once we check-in after that we can use wifi in lobby. I could understand all this as a joke, but all this was said in a very insulting manner. Though I left my booking paper with reception and we just walked out. I can’t say anything about rooms because I never saw one from inside, I ‘d like to advice hotel management to appoint staff who are not rude to guests, anyways I am never going to that hotel again. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, waheed106 wrote this review.
Stayed in this hotel for 7 nights the room was spacious and clean. As for the staff whom seemed to be very rude. We were sat in the lobby area with Arabic clothing and the manager thought we were arabs. This foreign visitor went to the reception to b… See more
Stayed in this hotel for 7 nights the room was spacious and clean. As for the staff whom seemed to be very rude. We were sat in the lobby area with Arabic clothing and the manager thought we were arabs. This foreign visitor went to the reception to book something. Me and my friend heard the manager say make sure you charge him full wink wink!! Let alone the night club on the 10th floor was 150 dirhams to get in !! I said that we were hotel residents but they said everyone had to pay in the club was absolutely crap it's more of a bar. Overall I would not recommend this rip off hotel.. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, Ranjan_K_Singh wrote this review.
If you are an Indian, the sight of a Sardar (Sikh) makes you feel at home and if you are greeted in your mother tongue Hindi, it makes you all the more comfortable. When I landed at St George Hotel in Deira Dubai with my wife, we did feel at home as … See more
If you are an Indian, the sight of a Sardar (Sikh) makes you feel at home and if you are greeted in your mother tongue Hindi, it makes you all the more comfortable. When I landed at St George Hotel in Deira Dubai with my wife, we did feel at home as a Sardar (the Lobby Manager) was there to welcome us and the person at the reception asked for our identities in our mother tongue. Besides, the location of this hotel is very convenient and the hotel itself dominates the skyline of Old Dubai. It is besides the Dubai Creek and a walking distance from the two wonderful markets - the Gold Souk and the Spice Souk. Even the Abra station is not far off and the Metro station is hardly 400 yards away. The rooms are comfortable and the staff are friendly. The morning breakfast is good enough if you enjoy the Indian Breakfast - North Indian or South Indian. In case you want other varieties an Afghan restaurant is not far off that serves some very sumptuous food at most reasonable price. Overall, this is a very good place to stay and explore the Old Dubai. Collapse
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