Review: Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Al Muraqabat

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Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Al Muraqabat king room

Date of stay: September 12-13, 2016
Address: Abu Baker Al Siddique Road, Dubai
Nightly Rate: 308 Dirhams
How to get here: Easiest is to take a taxi from the airport, the cost is about 35 Dirhams

Hotel Entrance

Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Al Muraqabat entrance

Hotel Reception

Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Al Muraqabat reception

Hallway, 7th floor

King Room (Room 720)

King bed

My room at the Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Al Muraqabat

Work desk with ergonomic Mirra chair by Herman Miller

Wifi was also complimentary

32 inch LCD TV

2 complimentary bottles of water, tea and coffe

Armchair with ottoman and coffee table

I also got a present which included a coffee mug and some dates. Thanks so much, guys!

Iron and ironing board, safe inside the wardrobe

Bathroom with Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities




Great view of the tarmac from my room.

Breakfast Buffet Restaurant

I had planned to have breakfast in the lounge at the airport so I only booked a room without breakfast.

Outdoor Pool

Outdoor pool

Fitness Room

Fitness room


There is also a 24 hour business center although I was not able to check it.


This is actually the first Hilton property I've stayed at in Dubai and I was really glad I stayed here. I loved the gift I got specially the coffee mug since it has the name of the hotel in it (as well as the Al Mina property) which makes it unique. The receptionists were all very friendly and helpful. The room I got was very nice and my favorite brand, the Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities offered were a big plus since I remember getting a different brand (Neutrogena) when I stayed in Frankfurt a few years ago. The pool was big enough although I did not have the time to enjoy it. Lastly, the location is really ideal since there is a Metro station nearby although taking a taxi in Dubai is not that expensive either. Overall, I enjoyed my stay in this hotel and would stay here again if ever I'm back in Dubai. To all the staff of Hilton Garden Inn Dubai Al Muraqabat, "Shukran!"

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