The self-proclaimed 7-star Burj Al Arab hotel, located on an artificial island 280 m out from Jumeirah beach, is marvelous and symbolic hotel that has rightfully inspired awe amongst its guest by its simply individual, inspired and impressive architecture.
Dominating the Dubai skyline, the Burj Al Arab hotel offers discreet in-suite check-in, private reception desk on every floor and a brigade of thoroughly trained butlers who will ensure that each guest receives the ultimate experience in personal service throughout their stay.
The resort features 202 spacious duplex suites, six award winning restaurants, world class conference and banqueting venues, as well as helicopter transfers, yacht chartering, and unlimited access to Wild Wadi Waterpark, an especially popular attraction for children. Out of these six award winning restaurants, the Al Mahara offers, quite simply, some of the finest seafood in the world. If tea or cocktails are in order, the Skyview Bar, suspended 200 meters above sea level, offers spectacular views inside and ambience of luxury and comfort.
Guest with a taste for golf will be delighted to play at the world class Montgomerie Golf Course and the Emirates Golf Club, for which they will driven to-and-fro inside a Rolls Royce Phantom vehicle. One can also exercise in the outdoor or indoor swimming pools, take up windsurfing, waterskiing, kayaking and even deep sea fishing, if desired. Female guest will certainly be interested in exploring the various luxury boutiques that can be found inside the resort, as well as being able to admire the world’s finest producer of crystal, Swarovski, offering guests a chance to own a collector’s item beyond compare – a handcrafted mini Burj Al Arab Swarovski crystal.
Guest who are need of visiting the downtown area, or those are heading to the Dubai International airport can expect fleet of chauffeur driven Rolls-Royces and BMW’s to fulfill any and all transportation needs. In short, the Burj Al Arab can, beyond a reasonable doubt, satisfy even the most demanding of travelers.
Text: ± Photo: Burj Al Arab