To comply with religious law, UAE hotels may require that couples sharing a room present a marriage certificate upon check-in. To prevent any problems, it is suggested that you bring along a copy of your marriage certificate.
Please note that some nationalities can get an entry permit stamped in their passport upon arrival at the airport. Please check your visa requirements before travelling.
Being a pure Sharia Compliant family hotel, unmarried couples are not allowed to stay in the hotel. Couples may be asked to present a marriage certificate at check-in. Alcohol is also not allowed on the property.
Guests are required to wear appropriate descent attire while in public areas of the hotel premises (such as lobby, restaurants, coffee shops etc.) at all times as per the hotel policy and country culture and traditionalism.
A Tourism Dirham Fee of AED 15 per bedroom per night is applicable, and the fee will be applied to all stays from 31 March 2014, collected by the hotel upon check-out.Children and extra beds:
Guests over 3 years old are considered as adults.
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.