Burj Al Arab
Ridiculously exclusive and realised with breathtaking architectural style, Burj al-Arab leaves little doubt as to why it is called the world's most luxurious hotel. Mirroring the shape of a sail, this happy meld of ornate Arabian decor and modern panache lends to distinctive and invigorating interiors, which complement the hotel's impeccable service and facilities. With reception desks on every floor, in-room check-ins and a great sense of privacy, in spite of the hotel's large size, guests will find it hard to leave.
Accommodation at Burj al-Arab is suite only. Guests are afforded 202 beautifully appointed suites, all of which are tastefully designed and bedecked with a host of modern amenities. The suites present incredible vistas of the Arabian Gulf, with huge windows letting in plenty of light. All suites are serviced by personal butlers, to ensure a stay is comfortable and every want or wish has an answer.
The hotel is a hub for innumerable activities, with a visit to the Wild Wadi waterpark or the turtle rehabilitation centre essential for families. For indulgence and relaxation the Assawan Spa & Health Club is at hand to ease all of life's aches and pains. Couples and honeymooners will find the couples massages particularly tantalizing. The spa offers a wide range of therapies across 14 treatment rooms. Guests at Burj Al Arab can also expect a private beach, 4 swimming pools and 9 restaurants and bars, which boast a wide range of gastronomical delights and a complete dining experience.
A 40 minute transfer by private car from Dubai International Airport.
All of the hotel's many facilities along with the various attractions of Dubai. Being centrally located on Jumeirah Beach, the Burj Al Arab is conveniently located for visiting Dubai Creek and the Gold and Spice souks, Burj Al Arab, various shopping malls including mall of the Emirates, as well as Dubai Marina.
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