Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach
Petrospot is delighted to be holding Middle East Bunkering Convention 2020 at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah.
The hotel features a private beach and is conveniently located at Dubai Marina, close to world-class shopping, dining and entertainment. The hotel has 12 award-winning restaurants, a health club and a spa.
Hilton Dubai Jumeirah
The Walk, Jumeirah Beach Residence , Dubai, U.A.E.
TEL: +971 4318 2999 | FAX: +971 4399 1112
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Petrospot has negotiated a special room rate for delegates for the nights of 2-6 February 2020 at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach hotel:
Single occupancy - 775 AED per room per night*
Double occupancy - 857 AED per room per night*
Included in the room rate:
- WiFi Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Tea / Coffee Facilities
Should you wish to book accommodation at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach hotel please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please quote reference code PETROSPOT when booking.
*Rates inclusive of 10% service charge, 7% municipality fee, 5% VAT and exclusive of AED 20 per room per night (Tourism Dirham)
Hilton Dubai Jumeirah is approximately 45 minutes from Dubai International Airport. Contact the hotel reservations department for up-to-date driving directions on email@example.com or +971 4 399 1111.
From the Dubai International Airport
Exit Dubai International Airport via Al Quds St/D 91 and take the ramp on the left to E 11. Continue onto Sheikh Zayed Road taking exit 35. Follow the signs to Jumeirah Beach Road. As you turn left, the destination will be on your right.
Distance from Hotel: 22 mi.
Please note that Petrospot Limited, the organiser of this event, has only negotiated discounted rates with Hilton Dubai Jumeirah. Bookings should be made either via the hotel's online registration page, if this is available at the time of booking, or directly by telephone or email.
Petrospot has not negotiated rates with other hotel chains or authorised any hotel chain to contact attendees regarding reservations directly by telephone or by email.
The kind of visa needed to enter the UAE depends on several different factors such as your nationality, the purpose of your planned visit and its planned duration. The UAE authorities have taken many steps to make this process as straightforward and easy as possible. Citizens of 39 countries — GCC nationals plus nationals of listed countries — do not require visas prior to arrival.
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Although Arabic is the official language of the UAE, English is the most spoken language in Dubai. You will also find a lot of expatriates who speak Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Tamil, Tagalog, Persian, Chinese, Malayalam, in addition to many other languages.
Gulf Time Zone - UTC+04:00
Dubai weather is characterised by a tropical desert climate with hot, sunny conditions. Much of Dubai's annual rainfall occurs between December to March however temperatures remain warm and despite the expected rainfall, the period of December, January, February and March is considered Dubai's most comfortable period of the year, climactically.
The UAE unit of currency is Dirham (AED or the United Arab Emirates Dirham also commonly abbreviated to Dhs or DH). Major cards are widely accepted by establishments in the UAE but an exchange rate and bank charges will apply.
230V - outlets are quite often controlled by wall switches. The plug type is G, three rectangles pins forming a triangle (the same as in the UK).
CULTURE AND CUSTOMS
Dress: People dress conservatively in most public areas. Swimwear is acceptable at the beach or around the swimming pool, but not in other public places. Women are usually required to wear a headscarf in mosques.
Drinking: Alcohol is generally only served in establishments that have licences, such as hotel restaurants and bars.