Sharjah Bed and Breakfast
The mythical city of Aladdin
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Have you ever pictured yourself falling into the fantasy world of Aladdin, join him on a vacation full of surprises?
Mr. Gao Jing-song used to run Provence B&B at Jhuangwei Township until tourists overwhelm the place and parking lots were constantly occupied did he decide to build another magnificent B&B for his regular customers and new friends elsewhere. He sold the eight-year-old Provence B&B, in order to reopen the brand new three-story building, Sharjah B&B.
The new B&B is painted with beige and creamy yellow, with windows framed with bright orange lattice.
Take a step into the Sharjah, and find yourself immersed in the middle-eastern atmosphere, meticulously furniture with teak chairs and tables, carved mirror frames, and bright and colorful cushions. Relax, read, dine, and vent in this exotic space carefully designed for your imaginations to run free.
With only six rooms at Sharjah, each and every one of them is exquisitely designed to meet the guestsa�� satisfaction. Rooms bare the names of Middle-east locations as if laying before the guests an exciting adventure. The floor is paved with Italian and Spanish tile, matching hand-made future exported from Indonesia and ownera��s personal collections. Colors fill the spacious rooms, while dreamlike lace certain decorates the beds and sofas. Round bath tubes and large balconies are something else to look forward to. It is the ownera��s hope that every guest may release daily life tensions here. With such diverse style of decorations and magical atmosphere, it is perhaps hard for the minds to not wonder off.
Service hours: 08:00 to 9:00
Foreign cuisine will be served randomly; Indian Naan bread with curry, salad with homemade sauce, Indian milk tea, yogurt, sandwich, bagel, coffee, tea, and juice.