Pros

  • Near the BurJuman mall and the Metro
  • Spacious apartments with full kitchens and washers
  • Heated rooftop pool, and sun deck
  • Bright fitness center with cardio and strength-training machines
  • Free on-site parking
  • Rollaway and cribs available upon request
  • Fully equipped meeting room
  • Babysitting services (for a fee)
  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
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Cons

  • Few major attractions within walking distance
  • No restaurant on-site
  • Smoking allowed in some apartments (a pro for some)
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Bottom Line

This property offers 56 self-catering apartments in Al Mankhool area, a quiet residential neighborhood in Bur Dubai. All units feature one or two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom; a full kitchen complete with a fridge, a microwave, an oven, a washer, and a cooktop; and a living area with a dining table. The heated rooftop pool and the fitness center are nice perks -- but the hotel lacks a restaurant.

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Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Pool

Oyster Hotel Review

Xclusive Hotel Apartments

Scene

A solid option for families and business travelers

Although offering fewer (and more basic) amenities than other upscale properties, Xclusive Hotel Apartments Dubai is a good pick for families, business travelers, and extended stay guests. The hotel features one- and two-bedroom apartments, all equipped with full kitchens and decorated in contemporary style. Common spaces are all small but look fairly fresh and modern, with a few pops of color here and there, and a variety of textures. The lobby, for instance, is bright and airy, with a small dark wood front desk, a couple of couches in earth tones and burgundy, and a handful of bright red details. This color palette extends to the rooms as well.

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Location

Near BurJuman Mall and a couple of metro stations

Xclusive Hotel Apartments is located in Al Mankhool, a quiet residential neighborhood in Bur Dubai district home to apartment buildings and hotels. There is a large supermarket and a couple of other convenience stores down the street, so guests can stock their kitchens without going too far. This is a good location for those looking to visit Dubai’s many malls (BurJuman shopping center is a short walk away), but travelers interested in seeing the city’s major attractions may want to note that there are few sights within walking distance. There are two metro stations a 15-minute walk away, and taxis are inexpensive and readily available.

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Rooms

Attractive one-and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchens

The hotel features 56 one- and two-bedroom self-catering units with full kitchens, a living and dining area, and one bathroom per bedroom. Standard amenities include LCD TVs, washers, microwaves, full-sized fridges, air-conditioning, cooktops, and ovens. Many also have unfurnished balconies, although views are unexciting. All apartments feature similar contemporary decor in muted tones with a few pops of burgundy and dark orange in armchairs, rugs and headboards; dark wood furniture; and brown accent walls. Guests can choose between Executive and Deluxe apartments. The only difference between them is that Deluxe units get a few nice extras, including butler service, free pick-up and drop-off service at the airport, and turndown service.

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Features

A decent rooftop pool, a bright fitness center, and meeting rooms -- but no restaurant

The rooftop area, although a little bit unimpressive, is a nice perk, featuring panoramic views, a few loungers and tables, and free towel service. It is smallish and basic, but a decent spot for a lazy afternoon or a few morning power laps. The fitness center is bright, spacious, and pleasant, with laminate floors, a few cardio and strength-training machines, and free weights. The hotel also offers one meeting room for up to 24 guests -- complete with audiovisual equipment and Wi-Fi -- free parking, and babysitting services. Deluxe guests get a few great freebies, including airport shuttle service, turndown, shoeshine service, and newspapers. But the hotel lacks a restaurant.

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Oyster Hotel Review

Xclusive Hotel Apartments

Scene

A solid option for families and business travelers

Although offering fewer (and more basic) amenities than other upscale properties, Xclusive Hotel Apartments Dubai is a good pick for families, business travelers, and extended stay guests. The hotel features one- and two-bedroom apartments, all equipped with full kitchens and decorated in contemporary style. Common spaces are all small but look fairly fresh and modern, with a few pops of color here and there, and a variety of textures. The lobby, for instance, is bright and airy, with a small dark wood front desk, a couple of couches in earth tones and burgundy, and a handful of bright red details. This color palette extends to the rooms as well.

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Location

Near BurJuman Mall and a couple of metro stations

Xclusive Hotel Apartments is located in Al Mankhool, a quiet residential neighborhood in Bur Dubai district home to apartment buildings and hotels. There is a large supermarket and a couple of other convenience stores down the street, so guests can stock their kitchens without going too far. This is a good location for those looking to visit Dubai’s many malls (BurJuman shopping center is a short walk away), but travelers interested in seeing the city’s major attractions may want to note that there are few sights within walking distance. There are two metro stations a 15-minute walk away, and taxis are inexpensive and readily available.

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Rooms

Attractive one-and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchens

The hotel features 56 one- and two-bedroom self-catering units with full kitchens, a living and dining area, and one bathroom per bedroom. Standard amenities include LCD TVs, washers, microwaves, full-sized fridges, air-conditioning, cooktops, and ovens. Many also have unfurnished balconies, although views are unexciting. All apartments feature similar contemporary decor in muted tones with a few pops of burgundy and dark orange in armchairs, rugs and headboards; dark wood furniture; and brown accent walls. Guests can choose between Executive and Deluxe apartments. The only difference between them is that Deluxe units get a few nice extras, including butler service, free pick-up and drop-off service at the airport, and turndown service.

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Features

A decent rooftop pool, a bright fitness center, and meeting rooms -- but no restaurant

The rooftop area, although a little bit unimpressive, is a nice perk, featuring panoramic views, a few loungers and tables, and free towel service. It is smallish and basic, but a decent spot for a lazy afternoon or a few morning power laps. The fitness center is bright, spacious, and pleasant, with laminate floors, a few cardio and strength-training machines, and free weights. The hotel also offers one meeting room for up to 24 guests -- complete with audiovisual equipment and Wi-Fi -- free parking, and babysitting services. Deluxe guests get a few great freebies, including airport shuttle service, turndown, shoeshine service, and newspapers. But the hotel lacks a restaurant.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Babysitting Services

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Full Kitchen

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Pool

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Smoking Rooms Available

  • Supervised Kids Activities

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