À propos de ce logement
Comfortable master bedroom in Ajman, close to DUBAI, for two people with own bathroom and balcony. Access to lounge and kitchen.
25 minutes drive to Dubai Airport, 25 km.
20 minutes drive to Sharjah International Airport, 20 km.
Walking distance to beach, just 4 minutes walk. Hotels and shops with easy access to taxis public transport!
We are available at any times for queries, but due work , we aren't at the apartment much time.
Welcome to Ajman, UAE !!!
Kindly read all of the listing description before making your booking. Also, if you find the information provided isn't sufficient please feel free to ask any questions before booking, I will be happy to clarify.
You are strongly advised to familiarize yourself with UAE laws and customs, and respect them, of course. Some generic guidelines are provided with the aim to help you. These are not legally binding upon us hence we recommend verifying the details prior to arrival.
IMPORTANT: These information was copied from online information providers. Please verify the same or if still in doubt seek advice from your local UAE Embassy.
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Noise: Respect & keep noise levels down after 8 pm, non-compliance is considered noise pollution as per UAE law.
Importing goods: Importing pork products and pornography into the UAE is illegal. Videos, books, and magazines may be subject to scrutiny and may be censored.
Drugs: There is zero tolerance for drugs-related offences. The penalties for drug trafficking, smuggling and possession, of even residual amounts, of drugs are severe. Sentences for drug trafficking can include the death penalty and possession of even the smallest amount of illegal drugs can lead to a minimum 4-year jail sentence. The Emirati authorities count the presence of drugs in the blood stream as possession. You should take care over the import of prescription drugs, some over-the-counter drugs.
Alcohol: Non-Muslim residents can get a liquor license to drink alcohol at home. These licenses are valid only in the Emirate that issued the license. Residents must also get a permit to be able to drink in licensed venues.
Alcoholic drinks are served in licensed hotels and clubs, but it is a punishable offence to drink, or to be under the influence of alcohol, in public. The legal age for drinking alcohol is 18 in Abu Dhabi (although a Ministry of Tourism by-law allows hotels to serve alcohol only to those over 21), and 21 in Dubai and the Northern Emirates (except Sharjah, where drinking alcohol is illegal).
Electronic cigarettes: Electronic cigarettes are illegal in the UAE and are likely to be confiscated at the border.
Dress code: Women should dress modestly when in public areas like shopping malls. Clothes should cover the tops of the arms and legs, and underwear should not be visible. Swimming attire should be worn only on beaches or at swimming pools. Cross-dressing is illegal
Offensive behavior: Swearing or making rude gestures is considered an obscene act and offenders can be jailed or deported. Take particular care when dealing with the police and other officials.
Public displays of affection are frowned upon, and there have been several arrests for kissing in public.
Relationships outside marriage: Physical relationship outside marriage is illegal and if any offenders are brought to the attention of the UAE authorities they run the risk of prosecution, imprisonment and/or a fine and deportation. It is against the law to live together or to share the same room with someone of the opposite sex to whom you are not married or closely related. Homosexual relationships are illegal.
Financial crime: Financial crimes, including fraud, bouncing cheques (including post-dated and ‘security cheques') and the non-payment of bills (including hotel bills) can often result in imprisonment and/or a fine. Bail is generally not available to non-residents of the UAE who are arrested for financial crimes. Those convicted will not generally be released from jail until the debt is paid or waived and they may even remain in jail after a debt has been paid if there is an outstanding sentence to be served.
Photography: Photography of certain government buildings and military installations is not allowed. Don't photograph people without their permission. Men have been arrested for photographing women on beaches. Hobbies like bird watching and plane spotting, may be misunderstood - particularly near military sites, government buildings and airports.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 24 heures précédant le voyage, la première nuit n'est pas remboursable.