Golden Sands Hotel Apartments, Dubai - Dining Options
You can start your day with the breakfast buffet, whilst a restaurant that’s open 24/7 takes care of all the other hours of the day and night.
There are also a number of places to eat in Dubai itself – from authentic local eateries through to the restaurants within a number of hotels, many of which are open to bookings from non-guests.
Remember, during the month of Ramadan, you may find it difficult to find local places to eat during the day, as Muslim people fast during daylight hours. Read more on Dubai customs and traditions on the Netflights Dubai Travel Guide.