One of the most luxurious properties on the planet is the 321-metre-high Burj Al Arab hotel. Rising out of the turquoise blue waters of the Arabian Gulf, the seven-star hotel is located in its very own artificial island, a short distance away from the stunning Jumeirah Beach.
From the moment you step in, the lavish décor of the interiors, the excellent personalised service and the luxurious perks of your exquisite guest room will blow you away. Dining inside the hotel restaurants will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. How you arrive at this masterpiece of modern architecture is all up to you, as you can either be driven in by a chauffeur on a Rolls Royce or brought in by helicopter.
- First Under Water Restaurant In Dubai
- Suites includes your own private Butler
- Traveller"s choice 2012 Winner for luxury Resort
- Departs: london
- Arrives: dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Departs: dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Arrives: london
Burj Al Arab
- Deluxe Suite 1 Bedroom
- Bed and Breakfast
- An offshore landmark hotel, the most opulent in the world
- Upgrade to an arrival by helicopter or rolls royce
- a gastronomic delight 200 metres above sea level
Burj Al Arab rises out of the clear waters of the Arabian Gulf dominating the Dubai coastline. This landmark hotel is located just off Jumeirah Beach on its own island. Burj Al Arab reflects the finer things in life with personalised service, opulent interiors, exceptional suite accommodation and floor to ceiling windows offering magnificent views. The resort's exclusive dining options include Al Muntaha Restaurant, suspended 200 metres above the gulf waters and Al Mahara, an undersea restaurant which is reached by a simulated submarine voyage. The resort's superb facilities include a state of the art health club and the pampering Assawan Spa. Guests can also access the facilities at the neighbouring Jumeirah Bach Hotel and the Wild Wadi Water Park. At night, the hotel features a delightful spectacle of choreographed light, water and fire sculptures. The Burj Al Arab offers a unique experience of unparalleled luxury.
A once in a lifetime experience. We were really well looked after. Only disappointment was breakfast at Bab al Yam - we could have been in a different hotel. It was a truly dreadful experience, the chef who boiled my egg had obviously missed his first day at chef school and could even manage to...
Susan Richmond reviewing Burj Al Arab (05-Jun-2014)
£1759 per person
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