Hamarain Shopping Center
One of Dubai’s finest establishments is the Hamarain Shopping Center. It is a prime shopping destination for anyone looking for anything of quality. This shopping complex is located right in the heart of the Deira, Dubai’s Business District. It borders Abu Bakr Al-siddio Street, Al Murqqabat Road, Salah Al Din Road, Al Regga Road and Hor Al-anz Street. It also neighbors the JW Marriott Hotel.
The Hamarain Shopping Center is a medium-sized complex established in 1992. The shopping mall takes up three floors while the other 5 floors are occupied by superb office space. There is also a large spacious area occupied by several eateries. The building includes a basement that is used as a parking lot. JW Marriott Hotel has huge office space within this complex. To access the shopping complex, you need to make your way through the busy Deira District with its crowded traffic.
The Hamarain Center is a one-stop shop for all your needs. Almost every top brand in the world is found in this shopping complex. Some of the renowned labels found here include Paris Gallery, Antonio, Leather Place, Valentino, Canon, Levis, Grant Shoes, Step by Step, and Saint Honore Paris. The list is endless; and so are the products – jewelry, perfumes, fashions, textiles, precious stones, cosmetics, artifacts, electronics, gift articles, leather items, and antiques are among the items on sale.
A common feature in the Hamarain Center is a huge raffle that takes place daily. Anyone that spends AED 200 at the complex is entered into the raffle where if lucky, may walk away with prizes, such as a luxurious car, gold bars, and other shoppers’ gift vouchers. At the Center, you not only get quality products, but you also get them at very reasonable prices. The ambience of the place is also top class.
This magnificent complex is open from Saturday to Thursday for 12 hours between 10:00AM and 10:00PM. On Fridays, it is open between 2PM to 10PM. The Hamarain Shopping Center is definitely a place worth shopping at when in Dubai.
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