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The Dubai Experience Information Kit


Your Dubai Travel Package Includes

7 Night Stay at Vintage Grand Hotel

Daily Breakfast (Red Diamond Restaurant in Hotel) 6:00am - 10:30am

All Events and Excursions except for... Car Show/Pool Party and Yacht Party.

Event Shuttles to and from each event (offsite) and excursion


For Those that Purchased Separate Tickets with Travel Package

Nightly Dinner Buffet (Fusion Restaurant in Hotel) 7:00pm – 11:00pm (name on list)

Car Show Pool Party (2 Hour Open Bar) with event shuttle (Ticket) 

Rock The Boat All Inclusive All White Yacht Party (Open Bar & Food) with event shuttle (Ticket)


The Dubai Experience Access Wristband Collection & Information Desk

You will need The Dubai Experience Access Wristband to get into all events and excursions in the travel package (except yacht & pool). Please don’t take off the wristband for any reason!  You will simply be required to show your passport or a valid id to collect your wristband.  You can’t collect a wristband on behalf of another individual.  The only location to redeem your wristband is:


Vintage Grand Hotel (The Dubai Experience Information Desk in the Lobby)

Al Fay Rd ∙ Dubai, United Arab Emirates  


The information desk (lobby) and The Dubai Experience wristband collection will operate during the following hours:  Thursday April 18th  3:00pm – 5:00pm  


and  7:00pm – 8:30pm at MEET & GREET, Al Mawal Terrace (on the "P" floor by the pool area, go up the stairs)


Hotel Check-in Process

Unless otherwise requested check-in is on Thursday April 18th at 2:00pm and check-out is on Thursday April 25th by 12:00pm.  You will be required to show your passport and a valid debit or credit card.  In Dubai all hotels charge what is called Dubai City tax every night that you stay.  This is billed by the hotel to you on arrival.  It is a relatively small amount of about $5.50 USD per night per room & about $11 per night for 2 bedroom apartments. Early check in fee is about $50 USD (room only basis) starting at 9:00am.


Airport Transfers

We do not provide airport transfers.  You would need to arrange this.  The hotel is about a 30 minute or less taxi ride away from Dubai International Airport (DXB).  There are public taxi stands directly outside the airport and should cost no more than $25 - $30 USD.  Dubai also has Uber car services available, and these services are also available right outside the airport. Just connect to Dubai International Airport’s free unlimited Wi-Fi connection and request yourself an Uber.


Airport Duty Free

Make sure you stop by duty free to pick up any liquors you may want to keep in your room.  Liquor stores are easy to find in Dubai, but the license to buy can only be obtained by select stores.



Dubai Creek, Sheikh Zayed Road, Burj Khalifa (AT THE TOP Optional, Not included in package) + Shopping at Dubai Mall, Jumeirah Mosque, Jumeirah Beach, Madinat Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Museum, View Atlantis from The Pointe, and Dubai Marina


BBQ dinner in the desert in Dubai is a complete desert experience in itself. We offer our guests an enjoyable desert safari with dinner in the desert camp along with other desert safari attractions. The red sand dunes of Dubai are among the top tourist attractions in this desert city and also one of the best things you can do while on vacation.

Tour Inclusions:

– Pick-Up and Drop from hotel

– Sand Skiing or Sand Boarding in the high red sand dunes

– Quad bike riding, an all-terrain vehicle (Optional and Not included in package)

– Henna Painting and Camel Riding

– Exclusive Shisha at Free Station Only

– Enchanting Tanoura and Belly Dancing 

– Thrilling drives and dune bashing on the most beautiful and highest red sand dunes in Dubai

– Unlimited mineral water and soft drinks complimentary with the tour

– BBQ Dinner with Buffet (Vegetarian food available on request)

– Departure from the camp to the hotel


Dubai Miracle Garden, Global Village, Venture into Old Dubai and shop at the World renown Gold and Spice Souk, Enjoy Photo Op at the Frame.


Sheihk Zayed Mosque, The Corniche, Emirates Palace, Etihad Towers (Those who have seen the ‘ Fast & Furious 7’ movie will remember the imposing towers), Etc..


Zero Tolerance in Dubai

We seek to ensure The Dubai Experience will be a most memorable experience, however in doing so there are some rules we must share with you to ensure the well-being of all our guests and staff members.  Please be aware that action of any of the below will automatically result in your event access being terminated.



The Rules in Dubai

1. Do NOT Drink in Public

Dubai is one of the most liberal locations in the Muslim world when it comes to booze consumption.  However, you must respect the rules, be discreet and do not cross the line or there will be repercussions. Public inebriation is not tolerated, so go easy on that all-you-can-drink champagne brunch or nightclub.


2. Do NOT Do Drugs

Just say no to dabbling in drugs in Dubai.  Dubai has a zero-tolerance policy towards possession, use and selling of illicit substances.  It goes beyond the standard list of illegal narcotics you would expect like marijuana, ecstasy, heroin and cocaine.  Even prescription pharmaceuticals and some over-the-counter medications may be considered contraband.  Do your homework on what is and is not permitted before bringing anything potentially suspect into the country.


3. Public Displays of Affection

Public affection is considered indecent in Dubai, so keep your make-out sessions completely private.  You do see some married couples or same-sex pals holding hands, but this is a grey area.  Its best to refrain from all forms of PDA to stay on the safe side.


4. No Nudity

This one should go without saying, but nudity is not allowed in public places.  Appropriate swimwear is okay at the beach, pool or water parks, but women must refrain from going topless. And men, keep that six-pack undercover and put a shirt on when walking through the streets.


5. No Abusive Language or Violence

We will not accept any abusive language to any of our staff, hotel staff, venue staff or locals.  Please discuss any issues with a member of our team for the matter to be resolved in an appropriate calm manner.


6. Watch Your Photography

Many travelers to foreign lands want to capture pictures of local people in their national dress as a photographic souvenir of their trip. However, you must be respectful of local customs and conventions when it comes to this. In Dubai it is considered rude and intrusive to snap shots of people, especially women, without expressed permission.


7. Keep Style Sensible

Keep your clothing relatively conservative (don’t flash a lot) especially during the day time in public places.

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