DXB

Terminal 1 (Sheikh Rashid Terminal)

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Restaurants

Sandwiches, snacks, tea and coffee are all available before Check-in. After Security, the terminal's food courts serve Arabic to Spanish cuisine and everything in between, with plenty of family-friendly options. Concourse D has even more on offer, with sushi, organic, Lebanese, Mexican and Indian dining among the options. If you have a sweet tooth, you'll want to make a beeline for Butler’s Chocolate Café, where you can also buy gift-wrapped souvenirs. Casual dining is on the menu at The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck and the Noodle House serves wok-fried specials, crispy duck and good vegetarian options. Families are always catered for at Giraffe and you can relax at the caviar house or sports bar if you're looking for a social drink before boarding.
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Shopping

Terminal 1's colorful mall area is built around an iconic golden palm tree, with an encircling jewelry counter. There's no better place to pick up a new watch, with at least 7 specialist and designer timepiece stores. Electronics and technology are also very well represented, and don't forget some traditional Arabic coffee and sweets, which make excellent gifts. Concourse D (2 minutes by dedicated train) has as many as 175 retail outlets, so make sure you leave enough time for shopping.
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Facilities

  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage
  • Children's play area
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
  • 'May I help you' staff for assistance
  • Pharmacy
  • Post office
  • Prayer rooms
  • Quiet rooms
  • Smoking area (Gate D12, Upper level)
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Accessibility

  • Adapted elevators
  • Accessible ramps
  • Special assistance available - inform your airline 48 hours in advance
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Restaurants

There are several places to get a bite to eat or a drink, whether you are arriving or waiting to greet passengers.
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Shopping

You can make last-minute, duty-free purchases at the Baggage Claim. Alcohol is well priced in Dubai's airport shops but take note that it can't be bought or consumed by visitors outside of hotels and licensed bars. A Boots pharmacy can be found in Arrivals for travel essentials before you leave the airport.
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Facilities

  • ATM
  • Currency exchange
  • Meet and greet
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Accessibility

  • Adapted elevators
  • Accessible ramps
  • Special assistance available - inform your airline 48 hours in advance

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