I had lots of fun exploring Atlanta, enjoyed the best corn bread I have ever eaten and also got truly high on coke (the liquid one 🙂) in Tasting room of World of Coca Cola . I had an opportunity to try at least 50 kinds of different sodas from all around the world which I have never even heard of before. My favorite sodas were from Latin America which I think is calling for another trip... 😇🙂 #worldofcocacola#atlanta#georgia#loveexploring#travelingusa#martinlutherkingjr#downtown
// palm trees & old churches. Two of my favourite things🌴
On our last day in Mallorca we went exploring with our friends & found this small town on the tip of the peninsular. Although we are now home & I am back to work already, its these memories that linger on, bringing me gratitude & thankfulness.
A design inspired by the date palm, one of the world's tallest twin tower skyscrapers is also the world's tallest hotel and Dubai's eighth tallest building. Built at a cost of over £450 million, the hotel was symmetrically designed to serve a great view of the Burj Khalifa. The mezannine terrace (as pictured) has one of the largest spas in Dubai and is landscaped with gardens and an infinity swimming pool which serve a priceless vantage point of Dubai.
Just off Sheikh Zayed Road and in the Business Bay, the 72 storey JW Marriott Marquis is within close proximity of Dubai's key attractions. A five star hotel with great views of the city from your room, the hotel experience from concierge and room service to additional excursion services is incredible. For around £400 per night on the 62nd floor I enjoy the views of Downtown and some of Dubai's megastructures with access to all areas and services of the hotel.
Dubai is a melting pot of international tastes and room service provides a similar experience. Whenever I am working late, I order the Arab and Asian menus served to my room at a cost of around £20 per dish. The hotel complex itself has shopping and food quarters, a spa and a selection of clubs and bars from the middle to the upper floors of the building. On my most recent visit, Rick Ross was performing at a cost of $45 which is of more value than performances in the UK or Ibiza. The rooftop bar of the hotel open to all guests provides stunning views of the city, a varied choice of cocktails and beverages with diverse clientele for networking from royalty and celebrities to expats and businesspeople.
For $50 you can reserve chauffeur driven limousine airport trips or hire for general travel across Dubai. From desert safaris, skydiving, water sport activities and trips to Sheikh Zayed Mosque and Ferrari World - all excursions within UAE are available from the concierge, transport included. Being within walking distance of Downtown and of Dubai's key attractions, there is so much to explore that you will need multiple visits to experience them all.
With over 1,600 guest rooms, you can find a package that suits your needs and budget.