Mövenpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel

Enjoy vibrant Dubai and discover the Dubai Expo 2020 as you immerse in the authentic Arabian style of Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai.The luxury 5-star hotel is only 15 minutes from the Expo 2020 venue location, with direct access to Ibn Battuta Shopping Mall and Dubai Metro. Top attractions like the Dubai Parks and Resorts are a few minutes away.Choose from 396 rooms and suites that come with free WiFi and complimentary daily access & transfers to the Private Beach Club on The Palm Jumeirah.

Flight + Hotel

3 Nights Room Only

from £404 per person

Secure today from £39pp

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Hotel only

Room Only

from £61 per person per night

Secure today from £10pp

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    Outdoor pool
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Jebel Ali, Dubai, Middle East

Address: 211508, Sheikh Zayed Road 25 Adjacent To Ibn Battuta Mall,, Dubai, Middle East

Phone: +97144440000


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9015 reviews


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Jan 2022 | kasenthilkumar
Thank you for your kindness, help and efforts... best employees are Keshav, Godwill, Aicha, Aarati and Rimaliya ... best wishes and awesome services from reception, breakfast and room service.. few names missed, please include them

First time in Dubai

Jan 2022 | merimaa2021
We stayed at this hotel for a week im January 2022. It’s near the metro for cheapest travel around Dubai. There are metro stops at all major destinations in Dubai like the expo2020. Hotel it self is very big but still quite. It has a pool which is heated, and the view is amazing from 8th four. The beach was just amazing. Staff were all very nice. We were not happy with our first room but Islam at the reception was very quick to help and gave us a room that we were happy with. The best Arabic coffee - thank you Mostafa

Best Arabic Coffee by Mostafa

Jan 2022 | HonestExpat
The location is fantastic with a real arabesque feel and huge lanterns hanging from the really high ceilings. Mostafa told us about Arabic Coffee, it’s history and some of the local traditions. A completely unexpected welcome and a really cool experience.