Fish Roundabout is a street junction located in the middle of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. This circle connector is situated in the Deira historical area of Dubai. It is sometimes referred to as the Deira Fish Roundabout. The roundabout provides access to three main roads; they are Salahuddin Road, Al Maktoum Hospital Road, and Omar Bin al Khatab Road. The Fish Roundabout is surrounded by palm trees. It is situated in the residential neighbourhoods of Al Muraqqabat, Al Rigga, and Al Muteena. Nearby landmarks include the Claridge Hotel, Al Maktoum Hospital, and Al Ghurair City.
The Fish Roundabout is in Deira, which is home to the Sheraton Hotel, the Grand Hyatt, and Hyatt Regency Hotel. Several government departments are also located here, including the Department of Economic Development, the Department of property and land, Dubai Municipality, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as well as the ministries of education, foreign Affairs, and labour. Deira accommodates an international golf course and several Dubai Sports clubs. There are many options for executive suites in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do around the Fish Roundabout and Diera. One of the most popular destinations in the district is the Gold Souk. The Gold Souk is a gold and jewellery market that is home to over a 300 stores that trade in gold and diamonds. Other nearby attractions includes the Al Futtam Mosque, Deira Tower, Al Ghurair Shopping Centre, and the Roundabout. Dining options near the Fish Roundabout include Al Dawaar Hyatt Regency Dubai which offers rotating views and Middle Eastern cuisine and the Aquarium offers seafood and a giant indoor fish tank.
Fish Roundabout offers easy access to route D 80 (Salahuddin Road) and Omar bin Khattab Road. Located in Deira, this area is served by a transit station on the Red Line of the Dubai Metro. The Dubai International Airport is located in Deira.